2014–2015 U.K. and Ireland Book Tour
New York Times bestselling author Dr. Bruce Piasecki
to speak at Queen’s University Chief Executives’ Club
Monday, October 6, 2014 • Belfast, U.K.
Riddel Hall, Stranmillis Road
Queen’s University, Belfast, UK
5:30 p.m.: Pre-lecture Reception
6:00 p.m.: Lecture
Dr. Bruce Piasecki, New York Times bestselling author and CEO of New York-based management consulting firm, AHC Group, Inc., will be presenting to members of the Queen’s University Executives’ Club a talk on “Competition in a World of 7 Billion Citizens: A New Model for Business Growth/Success,” including a seminar and retrospective of his bestselling books, Doing More With Less: The New Way to Wealth and its follow-up companion, Doing More With Teams.
Refreshments will be available from 5:30 p.m., before the lecture. There is no charge to attend this lecture, though early registration is advised. Please confirm your attendance with Brenda Carabine by:
For additional details, please download the flyer (PDF) »
Other stops on his tour include:
Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA)
at University of Edinburgh Business School
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 • Edinburgh, Scotland
Dr. Piasecki will present at the University of Edinburgh Business School on the topic of “Doing More With Teams: Innovation Paths,” co-hosted by the local branch of the business support organization ICSA, which is the chartered membership and qualifying body for people working in governance, risk, and compliance, including company secretaries. The audience of 70–80 people included post-graduate students, ICSA members, members of faculty, alumni, and members of our wider corporate network.
University of Strathclyde
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 • Glasgow, Scotland
This talk begins at 5:30 P.M. and is focused on Competition in a World of 7 Billion Citizens: A New Model for Business Growth/Success. The audience is primarily MBA and Masters students, with business leaders from companies such as Scotrail, Firstgroup, Clydesdale Bank, Creative Scotland, Ernst and Young LLP, Rolls-Royce, and Aggreko.
Trinity College Innovation Café
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 • Dublin, Ireland
Attendees of Dr. Piasecki’s lecture, “Innovation, Carbon & Energy Trends,” will benefit from his decades-long career in consulting multinational corporations on competing and succeeding in the 21st century in a world of seven billion citizens, where social responsiveness is key.
Dublin Institute of Technology
Grangegorman Campus (St. Lawrence Church)
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 • Dublin, Ireland
This talk begins at 5:30 P.M. with Professor Brian Norton, President of DIT, welcoming guests and introducing Dr. Bruce Piasecki. His talk will be based on Innovation, Carbon and Energy Trends. The event will be supported by the Environment Sustainability and Health Institute (ESHI) and Hothouse, the business incubation and technology transfer office. Invitations will be issued to academic colleagues working in the area of sustainability in a range of disciplines, from energy to innovation and new business to issues around the built environment, and also alumni of their business incubation program. The Fulbright Commission in Ireland to be present.
University of Stirling School of Management
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 • Stirling, Scotland
Dr. Piasecki will present at the University of Stirling School of Management on the topic of “Doing More With Less: Innovation, Management Trends, and Future Employment in a World of 7 Billion Souls.” The event is co-hosted by IoD Edinburgh, the local branch of a UK-based organization, founded in 1903 and incorporated by royal charter in 1906, to support, represent, and set standards for company directors. The audience of 70–80 will include external representatives from the local business community, as well as undergraduate/postgraduate students and staff from across the University.
University of Ulster, Belfast Campus
Monday, March 23, 2015 • Belfast, Northern Ireland
Dr. Piasecki will present at the University of Ulster Belfast Campus on the topic of “Competition in a World of 7 Billion Citizens.” The local NVTV station, based in the city of Belfast, will be present to film a pre-talk and talk segment. NVTV programming is broadcast weekly across America via MHz Networks on Today’s Ireland to over 40 million households. The audience of 30–40 will include representatives from the local business community, undergraduate/postgraduate students, and staff from across the University.
For questions or press materials regarding these talks or Bruce’s tour,
please email Bruce Piasecki directly.
To learn more about these topics, please visit Dr. Piasecki’s page at Premiere Speakers. If you would like to
book the author for a speaking engagement, please contact his agent, Shawn Hanks, at Premiere Speakers.