Jun 4, 2020
On June 02, Technology Evaluation Centers and IT Latino, present four experienced and informed speakers offering their perspectives on how Information Technology is adapting to a world in the throes of unprecedented change.
Since the beginning of the digital revolution, we have seen a world in constant flux. What was once cutting edge technology is quickly obsolete. But that foot to the floor race to the next great advancement, has hit a bump.
And now what?
Our four panelists will offer their ideas and then hang around to answer your questions.
Mehdi Aftahi is the CTO of Technology Evaluation Centers and has been in the trenches during the digital transformation. For years, he has offered evidence-based advice and delivered complex software selection projects throughout the world. Mehdi will share his considered thoughts on the impact of COVID-19, how it has changed IT, how it has affected ERP, and how it will impact the way companies do business.
Brian Potts is the COO/ founding partner of Third Stage Consulting, and remains unconstrained by tradition. He has been helping companies through business transformation and change management for much of his working life. Brian will provide gathered insight on how organizations are adapting their transformation efforts to the new norm, touching on both the technical and human elements of change.
Lieven Bertier is the Segment Marketing Director with Barco and has been with the company for more than 20 years. In a subject that is close to many of us these days, Lieven will discuss “Bring Your Own Meeting” (BYOM), an extension of Bring your own Device” BYOD. Lieven will explore how BYOM initiatives help organizations address the many dimensions of a highly effective Digital Workplace strategy.
Tammy Sturge is founder, partner, and senior consultant for HR Transformation. For many of us, the world has become strange, unfamiliar. How do we, the vast majority of the human race, prepare ourselves for this new, still evolving environment? Tammy is here to discuss the role and importance of leadership and clear-thinking amidst the turbulence.