Vision 2016 - An outlook on what matters, Montréal
October 7, 2016
On Thursday, October 6, Norton Rose Fulbright hosted in Montreal Vision 2016 - An outlook on what matters, a new and exclusive professional development forum. For this first half-day annual seminar, the topic was Innovation and agility – How to navigate uncertain times.
Our keynote speakers Alexandre Taillefer and Raymond Bachand discussed strategies for innovation and success for issues that legal and business leaders should be prepared to face in an increasingly disruptive environment.
Attendees were invited to create their own program by choosing among nine conferences grouped under three topics.
View the slides and watch the webinars of the seminars presented during Vision 2016 using the links below:
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