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The Unsinkable Sinks: Leadership Lessons from the Titanic

Presented by Sloan Museum at Sloan Museum, Flint MI

Apr 27 2017
The Unsinkable Sinks: Leadership Lessons from the Titanic

Guest Speaker: Timothy Pies, PhD, Concordia University

Thursday, April 27, 7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:30 pm)

Ages 12 and up

She was the ship of dreams that became the vessel of nightmares. Among the many mysteries of the Titanic’s demise is the perpetual question, “Why did she sink?” The most obvious answer is because of an ominous iceberg; the less visible response is because of poor leadership in ship design and collision evacuation. Professor Timothy Pies explores the Titanic’s leadership

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Adults $10, Seniors (60+) $9
Members: Adults $9, Seniors (60+) $8

Contact: 810-237-3409


Additional time info:

Doors Open at 6:30pm

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