Featuring Anthony W. Stout (Tony)
Assistant Professor, College of Southern Maryland
As future leaders in the business world, there is nothing more important than learning the value of objective goals to guide the organization. But how do you keep your eye on the ball when the world seems to be plotting against you? Turmoil rears its ugly head in any number of ways – personal issues among employees, political discourse that divides employees and impacts business decisions, corporate restructuring and takeovers, and economic downturn. Each can significantly impact corporate strategy, management decisions, and overall performance of the organization. Come participate in a lively discussion on this topic that includes examples across a variety of organizations. This session will give up-and-coming leaders and managers some insight into challenges to success and recommendations to overcome these obstacles.
Tony Stout is a full-time faculty member at the College of Southern Maryland teaching business and management courses. He retired from the United States Navy after 24 years of service and from the Federal Government after another 16 years of service. With over 40 years of experience in military, government, and private industry, he brings a wealth of knowledge in critical business areas of project, personnel, contracts, budgeting, and facility management. A graduate of the University of Maryland Global Campus (Formerly University of Maryland University College) and Excelsior College, he holds a Master’s in Business Administration as well as Bachelor Degrees in Information Systems Management and Business Management.
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