GE, RIM (Blackberry), Smith Corona and other large brand names have long been used as sound case studies for business schools. So how did these successful organizations not see and properly respond to digital disruptors? And will your organization respond differently when its time comes? This hands-on workshop explores governance as a solution to common enterprise challenges and opportunities in digital disruption (e.g., AR, chatbots, cryptocurrency, security breaches), strategic business shifts that requires digital to follow (e.g., rebranding, supply chain automation) and changes in legal/regulatory environments (e.g., GDPR, POPI).
Co-presenting with Carolina Ramirez of UNICEF
Faced with complex multi-site, multi-language, multi-channel digital presences, many organizations struggle to provide sound digital experiences, especially those with large, distributed teams.
With the growing number of compliance requirements and international regulations, can your organizations and partners successfully deliver a digital strategy with repeatability and integrity?
This presentation will define policies that shape the enterprise for digital success – whether that is a website redesign, technology re-platform or implementation of mobile applications or social software.
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The myriad of enterprise collaboration tools, information contributors and administrators – each with their own ideas of how productivity is to be achieved – have unintentionally introduced complexity into the digital workplace. This uncoordinated environment is ripe for regulatory and legal issues, including accessibility, privacy and security. It also creates redundancy, frustration and inefficiencies for the business. In this workshop, learn to identify, prioritize and adopt necessary governing policies for integrity and productivity in your digital workplace.
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Big Data and even bigger marketing have been the rallying cry of most organizations over the past decade. The premise has been that the more data we can gather, hold, and exploit, the more fiscal return on investment there would be—either through straight-up analytics, advertisement sales, or direct targeting. But what happens in a world where products and pricing are overcome with privacy and personal value? Podnar addresses the need to govern Big Data in the context of laws and regulations, especially GDPR, and what tactics you can effectively adopt to succeed in this new privacy and regulatory world.
For more information please visit http://www.dbta.com/DataSummit/2018/Program.aspx#11978