FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME IN AUSTRALIA, WOBI is PROUD TO INTRODUCE WOBI ON DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION (WOD).
WOD is a jam-packed one-day event where industry leaders will be offered strategic, high-level insights into addressing the challenges associated with driving digital change within their organisations.
This incredibly insightful event combines the best of academic thinking with practical insights from cutting-edge leaders who are actively working towards driving digital transformation in organisations.
Modern leaders across a range of industries currently face the challenge of going digital and moving their organisations in a direction that aligns with the digital age.
At WOD, you’ll learn all about how digital transformation impacts each area of organisations – from operations to marketing, sales and human resources. You’ll also learn how to tackle digital transformation head-on in a one-day, not-to-be-missed event.
Here’s what you can expect to learn, and who you’ll hear from:
Digital process is driving change:
- Change Management
- Artificial Intelligence
- Analytics & Big Data
- New Culture & Talent
- Content Marketing
- User & Customer Experiences
- Apps & Mobile
- Processes & Efficiency
Speakers and topics:
- Nathan Furr
INSEAD Professor and Digital Strategy Expert
Strategy and Change
- David Bell
Leading expert in digital marketing and e-commerce
Breakout Sessions will help attendees put into practice the ideas and concepts that are revolutionising the world of business.
- Change Management – How to stimulate digital thinking in all aspects of the organisation
- Innovation & Processes – Digitally modifying existing models of creating new models
- Leadership & Talent – Redefining the role of leaders and leading highly competitive teams
- Marketing & Sales – The opportunities of artificial intelligence in today’s business
As a proud Media Partner of the event, you are entitled to a 10% discount off the public rates using promo code B&T10.
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