The Ken Rona speeches address critical corporate concerns. As someone who was relocated to a new job, Rona has come to recognize the importance of fresh environments and of maintaining viable backups plans. His sound advice is authentic and difficult to dispute, and his belief in the significance of behavioral economics cannot be understated.
Rona began his career at Stony Brook University where he attained a B.A. and an M.A. on the subject of political methods. His Summa Cum Laude designation aided him in this subsequent attainment of a Ph.D. from the Fuqua School of Business.
The Ken Rona speeches have been requested by many as a result of Rona's lengthy business experience. His two year position at McKinsey's dealt directly with financial and marketing concerns, and his eventual nine year stint with AOL as the Director of Customer Insight and Strategic Targeting sharpened his corporate skills. Rona's expertise will only continue to grow, especially given his current post as the Vice President of Turner Broadcasting's Audience Insights.