ILP Webinar, "Digital Transformation" with George Westerman, June 9, 2020 | MIT J-WEL

ILP Webinar, "Digital Transformation" with George Westerman, June 9, 2020

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Date and Time
June 9, 2020, online
11:00 a.m. ET

How to join: Please register here


Webinar description

Featuring MIT Startup Exchange & George Westerman

Featured startups include:
Everactive: Self-powered IoT
Xapix: Low code solution to connect real-time data from IoT
Nara Logics: AI predictive analytics for IoT data, decision support, and recommendation
Ionate: AI/ML to modernize legacy application to cloud-native microservices
Akselos: Physics-based digital twins of critical assets
Kebotix: Materials and chemicals invented with AI speed
Foxtrot: Brings the delivery route & its stakeholders online, turning logistics into a business enabler

Coming Back Stronger: Managing the People Side of Covid -- George Westerman
The Covid crisis accelerated many changes already underway with digital transformation. It also introduced huge amounts of uncertainty for managers and workers. In this talk, we’ll discuss how leaders can help the company, and its employees, to emerge successfully from the crisis. We’ll share research-driven insights on how you can build a more digital-ready culture that responds quickly to fast-changing conditions, how a transformative model of Learning and Development is ideally suited for the current reality, and how today’s challenges can position you to drive digital transformation more powerfully than ever before.
 

About George Westerman

Principal Research Scientist, J-WEL Workforce Learning 
Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management

Dr. George Westerman works at the dynamic intersection of executive leadership and technology strategy. During more than 17 years with MIT Sloan School of Management, he has written three award-winning books, including Leading Digital: Turning Technology Into Business Transformation. As a pioneering researcher on digital transformation, George has published papers in Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, and other top journals.  He is now focused on helping employers, educators, and other groups to rethink the process of workforce learning around the world.

George is co-chair of the MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Awards, a member of the Digital Strategy Roundtable for the US Library of Congress, and faculty director for two executive courses at MIT Sloan. He works frequently with senior management teams and industry groups around the world. Prior to earning a Doctorate from Harvard Business School, he gained more than 13 years of experience in product development and technology leadership roles. 


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