Perry Marshall and Cisco Cotto Join Forces at Notre Dame in Chicago
November 9, 2018, Friday from 2:45 to 5:30 PM
Notre Dame Chicago Campus224 S Michigan Ave.Suite 220
Perry Marshall is an author, speaker, engineer, and business consultant. This is an invitation to sit in as he joins us in class at the University of Notre Dame’s Chicago Campus to speak about his book Evolution 2.0 and the research he conducted during the writing process.Perry presents a basic easy-to-understand overview of nature’s evolutionary toolbox, of which most people have never heard, and translates it to business… We will do some live business problem solving! Marshall’s book tackles the long debated concept of evolution and attempts to “break the deadlock between Darwin and design.” The basic idea is that symbiogenesis is literally the most powerful evolutionary tool in biology and it has many applications in business. As a consultant, Perry takes off his business hat and puts on his biology hat to suddenly see problems much more clearly. You are in for a mind-bending talk… He will do a business symbiogenesis exercise that gets us asking questions that we probably wouldn’t have asked before.
Next up? You hear Cisco Cotto broadcast daily on WBBM Newsradio 78 from 10 until 3. You may also recognize him from assignments for some 20 years at WMAQ, WLS, WIND, and WMBI in Chicago. He has received awards for his work from the Associated Press, Chicagoland AIR Awards, Radio and Television News Directors Association, Chicago Headline Club, and the International Association of Firefighters.
On November 9, Cisco also takes off his day hat as broadcaster and shares his own insights on Evolution 2.0 gleaned from his studies and research since earning a degree at Moody here in Chicago.