Taking on the content for the complex project that was the Shanghai Pavilion took a certain bravery (many
thought the building was the point, while others would question the purpose of an Expo at all). But the
Troika team, led by Conny, are commonly acknowledged to have succeeded.,/p>
Conny will take us through the story from the challenging brief to delivery, working on the ground in Shanghai, in an event to which 250 countries contributed and which attracted a mind-boggling 73 million visitors.
As with all Parliament masterclasses, you’ll experience:
Insights tailored to the topic and the attendees
Facilitated conversation allowing personal responses
Opportunity to ask specific questions (if there’s something in particular you’re interested in you’re welcome to submit in advance)
These sessions are about open-ended learning, not training, but you'll leave the masterclass better informed and therefore better equipped to build short term action plans and/or develop long term business strategies where relevant.
Our follow up includes a transcript of the discussion including a record of any references or links mentioned in the class. You can also use our message boards to freely extend conversations if desired.
Date: 19 May 2011 12:00 UTC (13:00 BST (UK) or 14:00 CEST (Central Europe) contact us to register interest) Price: free (trial/prototype classes only) Equipment: computer with webcam, headphones, fast internet connection