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2004 Kelley Business Conference
John T. Lampe
Steven J. Beck
General Peter Pace
Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr.
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2004 Kelley Business Conference

On Wednesday, March 3, 2004 the Indiana University Kelley School of Business presented its 58th annual Business Conference in Indianapolis. The theme for this year's conference was Leading Change: Reinventing the Organization.
Speakers included the leader of a company few believed could survive a highly visible corporate crisis, a Hoosier proponent of entrepreneurship and the nation's second-highest-ranking military officer.

John T. Lampe, outgoing chairman of the board, CEO and president of Bridgestone Americas Holding Inc., spoke about "Leadership in Challenging Times."

Steven J. Beck, president of the Indiana Venture Center, spoke about "The Renaissance of Entrepreneurship in Indiana."

General Peter Pace, United States Marine Corps and vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke about "Leading Change in the U.S. Military."

Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr., Global CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers, spoke about "Managing Risk During Times of Significant Change."

John T. Lampe, outgoing chairman of the board, CEO and president of Bridgestone Americas Holding Inc.
Listen to all of Mr. Lampe's remarks, or listen to these specific sections:

  • Importance of strong relationships
  • Mr. Lampe's first job with the company
    Company's integrity
    Advice to future business leaders
  • "Making it right"
    Integrating knowledge is a management challenge Sanity check
  • Foundation of trust, integrity, respect
    Strong company-dealer relationship
  • Being a good corporate citizen
  • Company-consumer relationship
  • Conclusion
  • Steven J. Beck, president of Indiana Venture Center.
    Listen to all of Mr. Beck's remarks, or listen to these specific sections:

  • Vibrant entrepreneurial economy in Indiana
  • Early Indiana entrepreneurs
  • Role of manufacturing in the Indiana economy
    Economic problems in Indiana
  • Entrepreneurship as an alternative
    Comparison of Indiana to California's Silicon Valley Strengths in Indiana
  • Objectives
  • Current entrepreneurial activities
  • Possible results of an entrepreneurial economy in the future
  • Challenges to Indiana business leaders
  • Conclusion
  • General Peter Pace, United States Marine Corps and vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
    Listen to all of General Pace's remarks, or listen to these specific sections:

  • Opening Remarks
  • General Pace's duties
  • Looking ahead militarily
  • A nation at war
  • Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr., Global CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers .
    Listen to all of Mr. DiPiazza's remarks, or listen to these specific sections:

  • Opening remarks
    Becoming CEO, experiencing change
    Outline of speech
    What happened to the capital markets and the accounting profession
  • Time of change for capital markets and business
  • Reaction to change
  • Commitment to quality and integrity
    Problems, challenges and actions
  • Different future
  • Trust, honesty, integrity
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    Indiana Venture
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    Central Indiana
    Corporate Partnership

    Gen. Peter Pace

    Samuel DiPiazza Jr.


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