The Pigott Entrepreneurship Lecture 2013
The Pigott Entrepreneurship Lecture
An Algorithm of Entrepreneurialism
How Jesuit-Inspired Core Values Shaped My Career
President, Sabey Corp. and Gonzaga University Trustee Emeritus
For over forty years, Mr. Sabey has built an organization that seeks challenging opportunities, validates its hunches, and maintains its bearing through the vagaries of the business world. Mr. Sabey has taken a page from St. Ignatius of Loyola’s playbook to develop a process – an algorithm – to break the code of the business world with both success and humility. Entrepreneurs are valued in the business world for their ability to think beyond the box and drive change. And contrary to popular perception, they’re not just found at new start-ups – they’re vital at larger organizations, too.
» Thursday, September 26, 2013
GU Jepson Center Wolff Auditorium
Reception beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Lecture and Q&A session 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
The entrepreneurship lecture is made possible through a permanent endowment established by the Pigott family to educate the next generation of global leaders.
Marketing and Special Projects Coordinator
Assistant to the Dean