Make sure you’ve got the latest knowledge and insight of how the landscape where business and technology intersect is changing and where to focus your energy and attention this next quarter.
At these quarterly briefings, award-winning thought-leader and Tech Futures Lab Founder Frances Valintine (CNZM) takes you on a journey of change, adaptation, innovations and global trends surfacing in the last quarter and links that through to how that may play into this quarter.
This briefing is for New Zealand business leaders and decision-makers focused on building a framework to respond to a changing world, workforce, and customer expectations, at a time of increased competition from start-ups and multinationals alike.
Friday, 11th November 2022 7:45am-9:30am NZST, via Zoom
Early Bird Quarterly Briefing – $120 (incl. of GST). Offer valid until 8th November 2022.
Quarterly Digital Briefing – $130 (incl. of GST)
Is your organisation part of the digitalisation transformation? Are you in step with the pace of technological change occurring across all sectors and industries worldwide? Get insight into the most significant shifts and pivots of the last quarter and foresight as you look ahead at what’s likely to take shape in this next quarter.
This briefing is ideal if you’re a business leader, decision-maker or an individual who wants up-to-date insight of how top performing companies around the world are maximizing the opportunities that emerging and disruptive tech offers. This briefing will give you a view of the trends and shifts that may affect your business or wider industry, which will help inform the decisions you are making and the plans you are creating.
Frances Valintine (CNZM) is a thought-leader in emerging and disruptive technologies and has 20+ years experience working at the intersection between business, technology, and education.
Over her career she has worked with and advised 250+ organisations from every sector in New Zealand, from agriculture to finance, retail to law, and has gained a reputation as an expert in leading change initiatives.
Frances sits on the boards of Watercare and is a selection adviser to EHF (Edmund Hillary Foundation), a judge on the Hi Tech Awards, a mentor to a number of female technology leaders (in NZ and India), and a Director to On Being Bold, a platform to support and encourage emerging female leaders and year 13 students to dream big. Frances is also on the Board of Trustees for the University of Silicon Valley.
She holds a Master of Education Management from the University of Melbourne.
Friday, 11th November, 7:45am-9:30am NZST
Online through Zoom