AGRiP Executive Think Tank

Starts:  Dec 9, 2020 12:00 PM (ET)
Ends:  Dec 18, 2020 12:00 PM (ET)


Registration is now open for
AGRiP’s Executive Think Tank, a fast-paced, interactive and collaborative series of two-hour “think sprints” in which participants will explore the most pressing issues for pools in 2021 and beyond. 

Each AGRiP member pool is invited to register either its top executive or a senior staff designee for this event, which is scheduled over the course of several days from Dec. 9 to 18.



To be an effective experience for all attendees,
registrants should select and actively participate in at least four of the planned think sprints below. 

Opening Welcome
Introduction to the think tank experience, participants and technology. 


The Future of Pandemics
Think Sprint 1: Consider the number and nature of future pandemics that might impact pools.


Changes to Pool Culture
Think Sprint 2: Identify how a virtual environment impacts pool people and cultures, including with respect to pool work teams and membership.


Emerging Leadership Competencies
Think Sprint 3: Pinpoint new leadership skills necessary for your pool (and your people) to be successful.


Leveraging Pandemic-Driven Changes for Digital Transformation
Think Sprint 4: Determine pool investments needed right now to leverage technology for business automation, workforce management and member events.


New Pool Operating Models
Think Sprint 5: Discuss opportunities to improve operating models relating to common pool functions and business continuity influences key to continued success.


Building a Resilient Pool
Think Sprint 6: Examine changing pool risks and ways your pool surplus strategy may need to evolve to retain maximum resiliency.


Social Event and Virtual Tour
An informal gathering and fun, guided group tour of Ireland (virtual, of course).


Fresh Ideas for Member Engagement
Think Sprint 7: Recognize the silver lining presented by pandemic-inspired strategies that will help your pool build member engagement over the long term.


Sign up for this event before Nov. 30. The cost to attend is $250.