The Mid-West Chapter of the MBA Association is delighted to welcome Hugh O’Donnell to speak at the Kemmy Business School (KBG-16), University of Limerick on Thursday, 28 September
The Mid-West Chapter of the MBA Association is delighted to welcome Hugh O’Donnell to speak at the Kemmy Business School (KBG-16), University of Limerick on Thursday, 28 September 2023 at 6.30pm.
Currently Partner, Strategy and Culture, with Ingenium, Hugh was formerly CEO of the Kentz Corporation for 14 years, where he helped grow revenues from US$100m to US$2.2bn. In all, he can claim 35 years’ experience across multiple sectors, from financial services to energy, working with executive teams across a global environment in a senior executive capacity, specialising in the provision of business advisory services in strategy, behaviour and culture, leadership, and change management, focused on human and organisational performance.
Hugh has a doctorate in Management and Organisational Behaviour. As well as sitting on many boards, he is chairman of MACX3 Investment Group, an entity that provides capital and support to SMEs in technology, SaaS and engineering services.
Hugh will talk through the evolution of the Kentz Group across the world – the ups and the downs, lessons learned: near bankruptcy, trust, de-siloing, strategy, growth, stock market listing, and exit sale, from working across 36 countries with 14,000 people.
This event is free to members, who may bring a guest. Note members must log in to avail of free entry.
Tickets are not available for sale any more for this event!
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