Main Conference Day One - October 1, 2019
Tuesday, October 1st, 2019
Enron's 2001 bankruptcy filing was the largest in American history at the time.
Estimated losses totaled $74 billion. With this large scandal, many lessons were
learned, however some are still being repeated in large organizations. Andrew
Fastow, former CFO of Enron and current Principal of KeenCorp, is here to share his
story of what happened and how to prevent these blunders from repeating again.
·· Get immediate data to understand employee culture
·· Identify communication patterns and develop a clear plan to resolve them
·· Increase business productivity with a connected community of employees