As digital transformation continues to draw the focus of businesses worldwide, there is a growing realization that implementing new initiatives that are designed to create better user experiences also has consequences. The introduction of new technology while simultaneously dissolving traditional silos has an almost immediate effect on business process and business culture, impacting systems and people in equal ways.
It is for this reason that CMG has created the next event in our Executive Insight series, one that addresses the most important aspects of the new data paradigm and how digital transformation impacts business and culture.
This half-day seminar will cover a multitude of topics designed to help executives make the right decisions when it comes to planning new revenue-generating initiatives while reducing the impacts on the people who must manage the processes for success.
Keynote Presenter Include:
Joel Beasley :: Modern CTO + LeaderBits.io
4 Habits of digital transformation titans.
What do the CTOs of Microsoft, Verizon and NASA do to accelerate digital transformation? Learn how these industry titans navigate the digital transformation landscape in this engaging high energy talk.
You’ll leave this talk with:
- Clarity - Clear path to thrive in an ever-changing ecosystem.
- Certainty - Actionable steps to implement today.
- Confidence - To navigating this jagged path of acceleration & transformation.
Warning: Attending the 4 habits of digital transformations titans will give you a clear edge in the market, provide you tactical insights inside the minds of world-class leaders and leave you energized ready to take on the next wave of acceleration and transformation.
James Howard :: Independent Advisor and Published Author
The Role of a Chief Data Officer and How It Supports Boards of Directors
Companies are increasingly looking to leverage data as a new revenue stream and to increase efficiency. However, risks related to data breaches continue to figure prominently on board agendas. A chief data officer acting as an advisor can help boards and executive leadership understand the opportunities and risks associated with data, ensuring that boards ultimately fulfill their responsibilities to the organizations they oversee.
Jason James :: Chief Information Officer, Optima Healthcare Solutions
The Future of IT and the Human Element
Digital transformation brings with it many rewards for organizations. From modernizing technology, reducing risks and improving the availability of systems to delivering better customer experiences—digital transformation represents a competitive advantage and a profound culture shift. In this session, Jason James will present real-world examples of how Optima Healthcare Solutions is leveraging digital transformation and how these same types of initiatives can be implemented in any organization to benefit its people, systems, processes—and bottom line.
Rockford Lhotka :: CTO, Magenic
Building Your Cloud-Ready DX Roadmap
Cloud migration and modernization is the topic on nearly everyone's mind these days. Whether you are planning to move to a public cloud, a private cloud, or a hybrid cloud, the future is pretty clearly centered around cloud-native technologies. Of course we all have portfolios of existing apps that need evaluation: Replace? Lift-and-shift? Modernize? Rewrite?
In this presentation Magenic CTO Rockford Lhotka will discuss application portfolio rationalization, walking through techniques you can use to evaluate your portfolio, identify a proof of concept, and build a roadmap that gets your organization to cloud-native in an efficient manner.
Rockford Lhotka is CTO at Magenic and is the creator of the open source CSLA .NET development framework. He is the author of numerous books, and regularly speaks at major conferences around the world. Rockford is a member of the Microsoft Regional Director and MVP programs. Magenic (www.magenic.com) helps you deliver your digital products to market faster.
Jeff Clement :: Director, Client Services at Metasource IT
Driving Digital Transformation with Intention
You can only enable Digital Transformation through an intentional redesign, remix, and reimagining of these three critical components: people, process, and technology.
We have some exceptional implementing technology—so much so, that it is surgically precise. People and process are the components that cause any difficulty and confusion.
In this session, we will discuss the relationship between people and process and how it leads to intentional shifts within your corporate culture.