Technology and its impact on business is shifting at an ever-increasing pace. To succeed in this environment, organisations need to be able to transform their people, process and technology: Skills gaps need to be identified, teams need to be developed and technologies need to be integrated to support your organisational strategy.
Join us on 13 June 2019 in London at our Euston House offices to hear from a panel of Industry Leaders debate these hot topics. Enjoy our hospitality of complimentary food and drinks and network with your peers and industry bodies. See us unveil a scalable set of products and services to support organisations as they work to transform themselves through the development of their workforce.
Thursday 13 June, 6:00-9pm
Learning Tree International
London Education Centre, Euston House
24 Eversholt Street, London NW1 1AD
You will receive an RSVP confirmation when you register. Can’t join us in person? A livestream of the debate will be available via Facebook Live on our Learning Tree Facebook page. To watch live, simply visit our Facebook Page between 6:15-6:30pm.
Managing Director EMEA
Kate Goldman, Digital Transformation Consultant
Kathryn is an expert in digital transformation and organisational culture and change, agile frameworks, leadership and management practices. She has worked with numerous organisations facing strategic change, technology adoption and Digital Transformation ranging from Fortune 500 to small and midsized businesses. Kate is a renowned international speaker at business and technology conferences, providing keynotes and sessions that deliver inspiring stories and messages of technology and human change.
PANEL: Digital Transformation Panel Discussion & QA with industry & Business Experts including:
Michelle Davies, Global Technology L&D Lead, Vodafone
Michelle has worked in L&D for over 12 years within Telco, IT Software, Resources and Pharma industries. In her current role at Vodafone, Michelle works with a team to build Job Ready capability programs for Vodafone’s global technology audience covering Digital transformation big bets such as APIs, Cloud, Agile, Design, Data Analytics and AI. These re-skilling learning paths start from entry level through to expert, with projects, mentoring and digital badging used to support learners looking to either make a career change, through to building deep experts. This shift in a skills first mentality will play a key role in learning culture change programs this year.
Prior to a career in L&D, Michelle worked in communications and is passionate about the importance that effective communications and learning campaigns play in the learning experience.
Adam Thilthorpe, Director of External Affairs, Chartered Institute of IT
Adam is holding the position of Director of External Affairs at the Chartered Institute of IT. With a focus on city firms and government institutions, Adam also now coordinates BCS activity around the drive for Professionalism within the IT profession. Adam understands the key strategic issues facing IT leaders and has the ability to identify who needs to be brought together to deliver insight and change.
Adam has a range of city experience gained in client facing roles. Direct experience in Mergers and Acquisitions, Proxy fighting, Asset repatriation and Compliance. Now working towards the growth of Professionalism in IT and Communications. Adam holds a BSc (Hons) in Sociology.
John Williams, Chief Executive, Agile Business Consortium
John Williams is the CEO of Agile Business Consortium, and has an extensive background in the public, private and third sectors, including stockbroking, inward investment promotion, international business, banking and higher education. He has lived or worked in the Far East, Middle East, North America and Europe as well as the UK, and has owned companies in the UK and Hong Kong.
John is also a Director of the Transformation Trust, a charity supporting disadvantaged youth in the UK, and has worked with the Probation Service, HRH The Prince of Wales’ Business Trust, the Cabinet Office, and has work-shadowed a member of the Royal family. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and a Fellow of the Institute of Commercial Managers.