Part of our 2012 Technology May-rathon event series.
Our sixth annual women's executive roundtable with KPMG will include discussions on industry hot topics, such as how companies are successfully leveraging cloud computing and the impact of social media on the industry. The night before, we will enjoy an evening out at the Chelsea Market and dinner at Del Posto.
On May 16, join us for a food tasting and cultural walking tour through New York City's delicious and historic Chelsea Market, which began as the National Biscuit Company factory - the birthplace of the Oreo cookie. The developers of Chelsea Market have encouraged sustainability among their tenants, with the vendors supplying the restaurateurs with fresh ingredients for their menus. After our tour, we will enjoy dinner at Del Posto, a three-star Certified Green Restaurant located in the heart of Chelsea. This will be a great opportunity to reconnect with your colleagues and make new acquaintances prior to Thursday's roundtable!
We will reconvene on May 17 at the midtown Manhattan office of Morgan Lewis to discuss ways to manage your energy and significantly increase your capacity to get things done. During our roundtable discussion, you will hear from leading women in the shared services and outsourcing industry as they discuss hot topics, including how companies are successfully leveraging cloud computing, and the impact of social media on the industry. Sustain your company's competitive edge by learning about the most recent trends affecting this evolving industry.
Dr. Bob Carr, Senior Vice President and Corporate Medical Director, GlaxoSmithKline, will deliver the keynote address, "Energy for Performance." Bob will share techniques to help you grow personally and professionally by increasing your mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional energy. These techniques will help you become more productive and effective in a constantly changing environment. Bob received his M.D. from the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine and his M.P.H. from Johns Hopkins University, where he also completed his residency in preventive medicine.
Participation in this program is by invitation, and space is limited.