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EXPLORE DAY TWO

Tuesday 21 October 2021   I   Hybrid   I   Millbank Tower, London &  Hopin Access

Networking NETWORKING

 

08:45-09:30 Registration & Breakfast


10:30-11:00 Coffee Break & Networking


12:30-13:30 Lunch, Networking & Meet the Mavericks 

12:30-13:30 Innovation Zone: LIVE


15:00-15:20 Coffee Break & Networking

 


Thur 21 Oct

  DISRUPTOR'S INSIGHT: THE ANATOMY OF MANAGING IN A NEW WORLD

 

What does it take to be a disruptive leader in a post-pandemic world? We examine the importance of cultivating agility and resilience to ensure long-term success.

 

Peter Cheese, CEO, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development


Thurs 21 Oct │ 09:30-09:45 BST

Sustainability THINK TANK: NO BUSINESS IS AN ISLAND: CORPORATIONS COLLABORATING TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRALITY

 

With many businesses lobbying the government to hold organisations accountable for their role in reaching net-zero targets, our panel explores how businesses can collaborate both internally and externally to achieve net positive business.

 

Mark Jankovich, Founder and CEO, Delphis Eco

Sean MacHale, Head of Institutional Strategy, Sustainability and Growth, Bank of Ireland


Thurs 21 Oct │ 10:00-10:30 BST

 MASTERCLASS: FINESSING THE FLEXI-WORKING NORM

The working week has transformed beyond recognition. With hybrid and remote working becoming the norm, how can businesses ensure high performing productive teams for long-term success? Join our disruptive leaders in a cross-industry masterclass that will explore how organisations can accelerate efficient collaboration and maximise business value in the new working environment.

 

Ranu Sharma, Head of International Operations & Technology Finance, Vocalink, London Lead for Diversity & Inclusion, Mastercard

 


Thurs Oct │ 11:00-12:30 BST

 MASTERCLASS: GETTING YOUR BUSINESS FUTURE-READY: STRATEGY AND LEADERSHIP IN 2022

 

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is that businesses need to be prepared for the unexpected. Embedding resilience into organisational strategies and cultures starts from the top, and it will amplify the distinction between the defenders and the disruptors. Join business leaders to consider how leadership has changed, and how businesses can future-proof themselves to ensure that they not only survive, but thrive, in a new post-pandemic world.

 


Thurs Oct │ 11:00-12:30 BST

 BRAIN STORMS: FROM DATA GOVERNANCE TO DATA INTELLIGENCE

 

A problem shared is a problem halved. Audience members submit anonymous opportunities and challenges surrounding a topic which will form discussion word clouds which are then discussed in depth by our panel.

 

Sue Daley, Director of Tech and Innovation, techUK

Andy Wall, Chief Security Officer, Office for National Statistics


Thurs 21 Oct │13:30-14:00 BST

 IN THE HOT SEAT: CATERING TO THE MOB: WHAT COMES AFTER HYPER-GROWTH

 

We chat to a pioneer of the food industry about how he drove fast growth using social media, and what comes next.

 

Ben Lebus, Founder, MOB Kitchen


Thurs 21 Oct │14:00-14:20 BST

LIGHTNING KEYNOTE: BIDEN VERSUS BIG TECH: HOW THE US ADMINISTRATION IS CHALLENGING TITANS

 

We take a deep dive into how Biden is challenging big tech and the knock-on effects for the future of business and technology companies across the globe.

 


Thurs 21 Oct │14:20-14:40 BST

 DISRUPTOR'S SPOTLIGHT: IMMERSIVE STORYTELLING: INDUSTRIES LEADING THE PACK ON AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY

 

Quick keynote from a disruptive thought-leader.

Joe Williams, Head of Immersive Tech, LADbible


Thurs 21 Oct │14:40-15:00 BST

THE INNOVATOR'S LENS: A PANDEMIC STORY: WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM HEALTHCARE'S DATA REVOLUTION

 

The healthcare sector ​has faced unprecedented fiscal and operational pressure​ in the past 18 months​, so what can other industries learn from healthcare's data challenges and triumphs? Our panel will take a look at how healthcare has revolutionised ​its management ​of ​data ethics, data sharing, and the data journey to understand how it is cutting costs and speeding up services.

 

Prof Michael Miller, Member, WHO Digital Health Technical Advisory Group (DHTAG) Roster of Experts, and Advisor to NHS England, CEO of Care innovation Corp

Peter Domican, Senior Fellow, Institute for Strategy, Resilience & Security UCL


Thurs 21 Oct │15:20-15:50 BST

 DISRUPTOR'S DILEMMA: SHAKING THE FOUNDATIONS: THE CHANGING ROLE OF PHYSICAL

 

In 2020, physical locations were an important channel for 90% of respondents compared to just 67% in 2021. We will be joined by companies who are revolutionising physical CX through digital innovation, as well as those who have carved a disruptive path in traditional bricks-and-mortar industries by rejecting a physical presence altogether.

 

Robyn Hope Nicholls, Founder and CEO, Step Your World


Thurs 21 Oct │16:20-16:40 BST