Digital Transformation: Key Lessons Learned

Digital Transformation: Key Lessons Learned
Wednesday, 7 October, 2020 - 15:30 to 17:30

For many large organisations, Covid-19 has thrown into sharp relief the urgent need for Digital Transformation. Plans that originally had 2- or 5-year timelines are now being pushed through with dramatically accelerated focus and intent.

In the rush to transform, the risk of making costly mistakes rises sharply. To help our membership navigate these choppy waters, we are partnering with Elements Talent Consultancy to host a VIP panel discussion on the subject of “Lessons Learned from Transformations Past (both good and bad)”.

The panel will involve a panel of experts, consisting of:

  • Sophie Bialaszewski - Head of People & Capability Transformation at Lloyds Banking Group
  • Damien Bernard - Head of People & Digital Transformation at Coca Cola
  • Paritosh Singh - Transformation Director at PWC
  • Daniel Goldstein - CEO & Founder at Elements Talent Consultancy 

They all have extensive experience of managing transformation processes in companies of varying sizes, and all have seen first-hand the things that can go very wrong and very right.

About Elements

Elements are the pioneers and leaders of Embedded Talent Consultancy. They embed their Consultants within some of the world’s best-known organisations to help them solve their toughest and most complex hiring challenges.

Their first partnerships were with companies that were “born digital” and, in the last five years, they’ve become a key strategic partner for technology giants like Spotify, Booking.com, King.com, Deliveroo, iZettle, Just Eat and Tik Tok.

More recently, they have applied their experience and expertise of technology to help major corporates that are “going digital”, building key partnerships with organisations like IKEA, Discovery, BP, Petronas, H&M and Royal Bank of Canada. 

To find more about their work, visit weareelements.io or send an email to hello@weareelements.io

 

The audience will be limited to 20 people, to ensure that attendees have the chance to ask questions and explore the issues closest to their heart.

If you would like to attend this event, please complete the form below.