In this election year, it is clear that American corporations are already dealing with a climate of change. As business adjusts to new leadership in Washington and an uncertain economic environment, there was no better time and place for an in-depth discussion on the future of business than at the FORTUNE 500 Forum, December 1-3, in Washington D.C.
With a new administration taking office in January, there is a new era in Washington and a new era for Americas leading companies. The Forum convened business leaders together with policy experts, Washington insiders, and change agents to explore and exchange perspectives on the climate for business in 2009 and beyond.
To get an inside view of the Forum with video recaps of the business sessions,click here.
Author,Good to Greatand Co-authorBuilt to Last
Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
Managing Director, Head – Emerging Market Strategy
Co-chairman, Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation
Former Assistant Secretary, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Global Industry Lead, Intelligent Transportation
Managing Partner, McKinsey Asia Center: Greater China
Paul and Ruth McCracken Distinguished University Professor
The Lester Crown Professor of Management Practice