This Weds (11th November 2020) we launch the first of what we hope will be a series of live webinar interviews looking at Next Generation Enterprise and more specifically, what will the future of work look like for technology leaders around the world.
As tech leaders and managers we are accustomed to dealing with change as a constant, it comes with the territory.
But even the most visionary amongst us are dealing with an ever faster pace of disruptive change, much of it recently super charged due to COVID.
Next Generation Enterprise is a live webinar Q&A hosted by CTO Academy that will explore The Future of Work For Technology Leaders.
We will be inviting experienced guests from in and around the tech world to explore what the future of work could look like and how tech leaders might need to adapt.
We are particularly excited by the 1st guest on Weds.
Shail is executive in Residence at AV8 Ventures and research fellow at HFS Research in Silicon Valley. He is also a board member at IQPC, an Artificial intelligence & Intelligent Automation Network with more than one million members & runs a prominent automation customer only group Vocal (Voice of the Customer in the Automation Landscape).
He has 20 years of C-suite experience CMO roles & Chief Customer Office and fantastic insight about the often merging worlds of the CMO and CTO.
You can also follow the discussion with @ctoacademy and #futureofwork
Event takes place this Wednesday 11th November 2020 (Midday CT / 6pm GMT).
You can register here.
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