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Why creating a "for-impact" culture is the most valuable decision an entrepreneur can make.

Posted On: 21 October 2014 01:02 pm Updated On: 31 December 2019 01:45 pm
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Why creating a "for-impact" culture is the most valuable decision an entrepreneur can make.
Mark Arnoldy, a visiting CEO of Possible, will give a presentation on their unique organizational culture and share why creating a distinctive culture is the most valuable decision an entrepreneur can make. Possible's For-Impact Culture Code is one of the world's most popular culture codes released in the last year. It has been viewed over 50,000 times on SlideShare and First Round Capital's feature article on the culture code received over 150,000 unique views, including praise from LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner.
Learning outcomes:
  • Learn why culture is, in fact, strategy.
  • Learn how to develop an organizational culture deck that sets your organization up for success.
  • Learn how to translate principles of a culture into actual management structure and action.
  • Learn what practical benefits having a distinctive culture brings to your organization.

When: 25 October, Saturday, 4-6pm
Fee: 50 QAR, pay at the door

About Mark Arnoldy:

Mark Arnoldy is the CEO of Possible. He leads overall strategy, focuses on building a remarkable team, develops partnerships, and makes sure we never lose sight that everything is impossible until it isn’t. Prior to Possible, Mark worked closely with a Nepali social entrepreneur for three years to create an innovative way to treat malnourished children, and he helped create two U.S. businesses that fund nutrition programs in Nepal. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder, completed Harvard’s Global Health Effectiveness Program, and was a Fulbright Scholar to Nepal. Mark is an Aspen Ideas Festival Scholar, 2014 Rainer Arnhold Fellow, Cordes Fellow, and Bluhm/ Helfand Social Innovation Fellow. In 2014, Mark was named one of Forbes Magazine’s top 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs.
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