5 Macroeconomic Questions for Debate


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Monday, July 18, 2022
6:00pm— 7:00pm
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Wendy Dalwin & Nail Piliavan
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Conversation and Debate: Top 5 Macroeconomic Questions with Navjot Singh- Senior Partner Boston Office, McKinsey & Company

On Monday July 18, 2022, at 6:00-7:00PM, Wharton Club of Boston and Dr. Navjot Singh invite you to take part in a conversation: Five Polling Questions for Debate: Macroeconomic Current Events. Learn more about Wharton Club of Boston, meet professionals from a variety of companies and experience a unique opportunity to get insight from an industry thought leader.

This interactive virtual event will propose five questions to the attendees in the form of a zoom poll. There will be an interactive debate around the following topics:

  • Where will inflation be by end of 2022 and early 2023?
  • What will be the Oil Price by end of 2022 and what are the implications for ESG?
  • Is there a risk of a global food crises by end of 2022 and early 2023?
  • Will the supply chains be largely normalized by the middle of 2023?
  • Will the War for Talent mellow down by end of 2022?

Let us be honest. None of us know the answers to these questions, but we are hoping we can get a health debate going to shape our thinking.

Agenda

6:00 - 6:05 PM: Welcoming Remarks and Introduction of Navjot Singh by Wendy Dalwin and Neal Piliavin
6:05 – 7:00 PM: Polling and Debate with Navjot Singh

Event Chairs:Wendy Dalwin and Neal Piliavin 

This is a complimentary event; registration is needed to receive access information.

Dr. Navjot Singh is a Senior Partner at McKinsey who has previously served as the managing partner of the McKinsey Boston office. He has experience across multiple industries e.g., Life Sciences, Public Sector, Private Equity, Digital and Software. Nav brings deep business ability in strategy, innovation, operations, business development, and risk to all his client engagements. An expert in the use of Six Sigma methodologies for product development and process design, Nav used to work at General Electric where he was an inventor of 20 patents.

He is a former chair of the board of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, current vice chair of Museum of Science and a Board Member of Mass High Tech Council where he is leading Mass Vision 2050. He also hosts Imagine Get-Togethers with cross-sector leaders on innovative topics, such as synthetic biology, commercial applications of drones, and the future of space exploration. Before joining McKinsey, in 2001, Nav was a laboratory manager at General Electric, where he helped to design manufacturing processes and to develop new polymetric materials and nanomaterials.


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