Lessons from Leaders and Entrepreneurs
How do businesses choose to evolve in a post-pandemic world?
How are they confronting the impact of sweeping social change?
Learn some of the most valuable lessons in business in 30 minutes or less. Join leaders and entrepreneurs who’ll share their expertise in managing startups, multinational companies, and everything in between. Whether you are a student, young professional, or experienced businessperson, you’ll learn how to succeed in business from expert New York Tech faculty, alumni, and other high-profile executives. Get their strategic perspectives and approaches, learn from their mistakes, find out how to tackle issues with a solutions-oriented approach, and understand how to inspire others with passion and knowledge.
Host John Rebecchi (M.B.A. ’83), Ph.D., will expand beyond foundational topics discussed in past seasons to focus on compelling current issues including:
- How businesses can increase workplace diversity and equality.
- Where to pitch ideas and find financing
- How to navigate ever-shifting market trends.
Each 20- to 30-minute episode includes the expert interview and summary of the lessons learned.
John Rebecchi has spent nearly 40 years as a senior business executive and entrepreneur in the printing and packaging industries and is now a business consultant. In addition to receiving an M.B.A. from New York Tech, he has a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences from Walden University.
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Note: The NYIT School of Management academic programs at all campuses have received accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).