​Linking Theory: Align Business Strategy with Human Resources, Communication, and Technology Infrastructure / ​Dr. Janet Walsh, President and CEO at Birchtree Global, LLC​ / September 9


Linking Theory shows how companies that effectively link business strategy and customer satisfaction to human resources, communications, and technology infrastructure make more money than companies that do not. This award-winning information helps companies align organizational infrastructure to support customer satisfaction.   Join us to gain perspective on possible performance gaps at your organization.  ​​

Breakfast and networking from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m., presentation from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., with time for Q & A at the end.
Janet L. Walsh is the CEO and president of Birchtree Global, LLC. Birchtree works with companies to increase financial and operational performance by establishing them in global markets, increasing workforce productivity, and providing specialized research. Her executive experience includes vice president positions in large multinationals and small/medium businesses. She has worked in 78 countries leading legal, financial, tax, and HR functional activities. Walsh also has chaired private/public partnership initiatives to expand business operations in Asia, Latin America, and Egypt.

Walsh's work is notable in delivering significant increases in financial productivity through top-line growth and bottom-line savings, specifically leveraging global market entry, human capital, sales, and relationship management activities. She writes and publishes award-winning research in market entry and Cuba foreign direct investment. Walsh is an adjunct professor for NYIT's M.B.A. program.

Walsh holds a B.A. degree in Economics from Bucknell University, an M.B.A. from Loyola University, and a Doctorate in Business from the University of Phoenix. She speaks Spanish, French, and Japanese.




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