Over the past two years, the world has been reeling from the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are now trying to navigate the ‘new normal’. This represents an opportunity to develop a better future and rethink how we can all move forward together.
As the saying goes: The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Prioritising technology is essential to ensuring the enterprise does not fall behind. However, true leadership will emerge from the embrace of radically different mindsets and models.
If leaders learned anything from the last two years when the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world on its head, it was this: Technology is vital to the mission.
The world has been beset by sweeping change and demands leaders that think boldly in response. Leaders now need to build the right innovative environments and cultures and remove remaining organisational barriers that divide technology from the mission, so they are both moving forward as one.
Digital technologies are here to stay, forcing business leaders to either adapt or get left behind. To succeed, organisations will need to think about technology differently, making their business and technology strategies inseparable if not indistinguishable. A new breed of senior executive is required to drive digital transformation – Digital Leaders. Is your organisation ready for digital change? Are you ready? This masterclass will identify five key trends that leaders must address to transform their organisations in the next three years effectively.
The highly interactive session will focus on the digital strategy model, digital people & skills, transforming remote working and developing digital capability in your organisation. It has been designed to equip participants with an insight into the knowledge and practical skills required to proactively lead in the post-pandemic world.
|Date:||14 June 2022 (Tuesday)|
|Time:||9.30 - 10.30 AM (SGT)|
About Our Speaker
Executive Director, Client Relations
Executive Education, Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS)
Stuart is a highly experienced Learning & Development Director and has over fifteen years’ experience in the design and management of highly customised corporate education programmes.
He has designed and managed global customised executive programmes for some of the world’s leading organisations including: BAE Systems, Bentley, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Intouch Holdings, NHS, Department for International Trade and British Chamber of Commerce.
Stuart joined executive education within Alliance Manchester Business School (Alliance MBS) in March 2015 as Head of Business Development. He is currently responsible for Client Directors and Business Development Managers focused on Executive Education, consultancy and sponsorship within Alliance Manchester Business School. The team work with a range of major corporate clients to understand their critical business challenges and organisational needs and develop and deliver customised learning solutions to help them address these.