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Join the Waitlist for the U2030 Futures Thinking Masterclass



May 31, 1224—Deerfield, IL—The Utility 2030 Collaborative (U2030) is excited to announce that all forty seats for its third masterclass, the U2030 Futures-Think-a-Thon: The Future of Service, are reserved.


Folks who want to participate but still need to register should email U2030 at info@utility2030.org requesting a ticket. If cancellations occur, U2030 will award tickets on a first-requested basis.


Hosted at Oracle's Innovation Lab in Deerfield, IL., on June 4-5, 2024, and sponsored by InvoiceCloud, the event promises to be a dynamic and inspirational gathering focused on Futures Thinking strategies, modern leadership, and team building. Attendees will have the opportunity to:


  • Learn and Practice the Futures Thinking Methodology: Move beyond short-term thinking with the Institute for the Future's systematic planning approach, which prepares people for uncertain times and drives organizational change.

  • Engage with Effective Utility and Community Change-Makers: Gain insights from leaders such as Mayor Daniel Shapiro (Deerfield, IL), Andrew Lichterman (Deerfield, IL), Ahmad Ababneh (PG&E), Ajit Apte (BGE), Dave Kohn (City of Chicago), Fred Gomos (NiSource), Jod Kaftan (Oracle), Kim Grego (Oracle), John Bitzan (Oracle), Dan Tunnicliff (Oracle), Paul Applegate (InvoiceCloud), Courtney Henderson (Hawks Peak Strategies), Shawn Adderly (PG&E), Kim Getgen (InnovationForce), Vanessa Edmonds (U2030), Mike Smith (U2030), Christina Corcoran (U2030), and Marlene Rosenberry (U2030).

  • Tour Oracle’s Innovation Lab: Embark on an inspiring tour of Oracle's Innovation Lab, where you will experience hands-on test beds of innovations that address challenges across diverse industries.


In addition to hosting the masterclass at the Oracle Innovation Lab, U2030 has curated masterclasses and other custom meetings for organizations such as Baltimore Gas & Electric, SMUD, and San Diego Gas & Electric.


Recently, U2030 led a Design Thinking Masterclass for Georgia Power Company employees and guests from other North American utilities. Sixty people attended. Cheryl Davis, Director of Managed Accounts for Georgia Power and the event's champion praised the event, noting it exceeded her expectations. She rated her likelihood of recommending U2030 to a peer a 10 out of 10.

 

Cheryl Davis, Director of Managed Accounts for Georgia Power and the event's champion praised the event, noting it exceeded her expectations. She rated her likelihood of recommending U2030 to a peer a 10 out of 10.

 

U2030’s unparalleled ability to curate thought leaders and content helps utility professionals navigate the complex landscape of transformation challenges.

 

U2030 Meeting Differentiators

  • Kinetic Learning: U2030 leverages hands-on learning and physical interaction with materials. Other formats include creative team-building activities, dynamic presentations, moderated discussions, solution-building methodologies, competitions, community service projects, awards, and tours of innovative destinations.

  • Transformational Leadership: U2030 promotes transformational leadership, empowering individuals to drive positive change through visionary thinking and decisive action. Leaders foster emotional connections, igniting a collective passion for achieving extraordinary goals.

  • Participant-Led: U2030 events involve leadership from the board of directors, advisory committee, membership body, and guests. Attendees actively shape content, moderate sessions, and share facilitation responsibilities, creating an inclusive environment where all voices are valued.

 

Learn More

Are you interested in having U2030 host a masterclass or custom gathering for your organization or customers? Email us at info@utility2030.org.


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