Creative Disruption

November 14, 2018 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Detroit Beer Co.

1529 Broadway St., 3rd Floor, Detroit, MI 48226

How Technology and Demographic Change Will Transform the Nature of the 21st Century Workplace

Seismic shifts are taking place within the American workplace. These changes, particularly in the areas of technology and demographics, will result in major changes in how we work, where we work, and what goods and services will likely be produced.

These present both opportunities and challenges to American workers and their career paths, but particularly within professional ranks.

Join AFF-Detroit as we welcome John Moore, PhD, CPA, and chair of Walsh College’s Finance and Economics department, for a dynamic presentation about the future of the workplace and strategies to take advantage of “creative disruption” in the 21st century. Learn how to navigate your career in this environment and set yourself up for success.

Come by at 6:00 pm to meet and network with other young professionals from across Michigan. The remarks will begin at 6:30pm, with more networking to follow. As always, we’ll have free appetizers and your first drink is on us. RSVP now!

More about our speaker:
Creative Disruption 1John Moore, PhD and CPA, is the department chair of the Finance and Economics department at Walsh College, where he has taught as a full-time and adjunct faculty member since 1993. John earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Notre Dame. In addition, he has earned three masters degrees, as well as a doctorate from Wayne State University. His research interests include the impact of technological change and trade policy. Dr. Moore also served as a chief financial officer in the private sector for over twenty years, primarily in the field of commercial real estate. He serves on numerous boards, including De La Salle Collegiate High School (2010-2017), the Center for the Study of Citizenship, the Economic & Business History Society, and the Archdiocese of Detroit Catholic Schools Council.