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As part of our commitment to the long-term success of our alumni, TCU Neeley hosts the Alumni Advantage Series to provide you with cutting-edge business knowledge and insider access to the Neeley School of Business.

Event Name:

Leading Through Digital Transformations: Is Your Organization Prepared?

Event Description:

Business transformation – and digital transformation in particular – can be very challenging in high complexity, dynamic environments and unfortunately, most organizational change efforts fall short of their intended outcomes. In the April Alumni Advantage Virtual Event, Dr. Mary Uhl-Bien, the BSNF Railway Endowed Professor in Leadership at the Neeley School of Business, and Brian Alink, Sr Vice President Product Management at Capital One, will discuss critical success factors, key challenges, typical barriers in complex environments - and why a new kind of leadership is required to set your organization up for success.

Event Details

April 16, 2021
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. CST.
Virtual Event hosted on Zoom (linked will be emailed to you after registration)

JOHN V. ROACH DEAN FOR THE NEELEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

DANIEL PULLIN

Daniel Pullin is the John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business at TCU and Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Pullin is responsible for enhancing the profile of TCU Neeley undergraduate and graduate programs to maintain the school’s upward trajectory. He also serves as a steward to TCU and its business community partners. He focuses on defining and cultivating academic excellence among students and faculty, and enhancing diversity and inclusion initiatives.

MARY UHL-BIEN

Dr. Uhl-Bien is a renowned leader and researcher on complexity leadership, relational leadership and followership. She is a soughtafter speaker and consultant for organizations around the world. She has published more than 50 articles and manuscripts, five books and a textbook on Organizational Behavior. Her award-winning research on leadership has been published in premier management and leadership journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management and The Leadership Quarterly. Her research has been funded with grants from Booz Allen Hamilton, and she has conducted research in partnership with Lockheed Martin, Bank of America, Disney, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Stryker and the U.S. Air Force Academy. Dr. Uhl-Bien earned her BBA, MBA and PhD from the University of Cincinnati.

BRIAN ALINK

Brian Alink has been with Capital One for over 20 years as a leader in a variety of businesses including US Card, Partnerships and Auto Finance. His career has led him across a variety of roles including strategy and analytics, business development, operations, marketing and product management. Today, Brian leads a product management function for US Card with responsibility for operating and transforming a number of technology platforms including acquisitions and underwriting, payments, authorizations, fraud, customer management, and the core system of record. Brian also leads various enterprise strategic planning projects related to the future of technology platforms working with the CEO and executives across the company. Prior to Capital One, Brian worked full time while attending college in sales and later in a software development role after he developed a data analytics solution for M.C.I / Worldcom. Brian graduated from the University of Phoenix with a degree in Business Management in 1998

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