The Digital age is not what you think!
MILE Webinar Management System
Date:
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Time:
5:00 PM KSA / 2:00 PM GMT
Speaker:
Ade McCormack

Description Profile You Will Learn

The industrial era, for all its benefits, has relied on humans behaving as process-driven machine components. That is changing as we enter the digital age. Organisations that recognise this reality and take action will thrive, despite the unheralded uncertainty and volatility we are experiencing.

This highly original presentation will make the case for this hypothesis, and will share with you a framework for structuring your organisation such that nature becomes your business partner. It will also highlight how business models, talent, leadership, culture and risk management are evolving.

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