Senn Delaney publishes new article with findings and insights from an energy executive panel on culture
Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn moderated panel discussion on culture and strategy
Jul 9, 2013
July 9, 2013
Senn Delaney has published a new article that shares the findings and insights from four prominent energy leaders who participated in a panel discussion on corporate culture and strategy at the 2013 Edison Electric Institute (EEI) annual convention. Moderated by Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn, the roundtable centered around the significant changes occurring in the energy industry that is creating an environment where companies must shape their cultures to adapt and succeed.
Leaders who discussed why culture matters in their organizations in the context of today's key challenges included:
Craig Ivey, president, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.
Patricia Kampling, chairman, president and CEO, Alliant Energy
Andy Vesey, executive vice president and COO Global Utilities, AES Corp.
Tom Voss, chairman, president and CEO, Ameren Corporation
The article is a recap of the discussion and key takeaways and insights from our distinguished panelists on why corporate culture matters, how it can be shaped and how to lead culture change. They shared their leadership approaches and how they are transforming their cultures to enhance performance and better meet the changing demands on the industry.