Advatera’s yearly conference for digital, marketing and communication managers.
Blockchain, what it is and what it is not and where it actually adds value. Incl. real-life business case study.
The digital age is characterized by ever shorter planning cycles. Modern innovation methods are taking up this change by making radical collaboration, strategy sprints and customer-oriented developments even more essential.
Instead of long-term planning, the focus lies on the efficient use of existing resources inside and outside the organizations with the help of digital technologies.
This kind of leadership requires a new understanding of planning and action: Business Improvisation. Improvisation means reacting adequately to unpredictable situations and efficiently implementing short-term actions. To do so, it requires an agile mindset. Based on the findings in jazz and improvisation theater ensembles, these methods and techniques can be learned to foster a collaborative leadership style.
Managing a decentralized change process and senior management engagement
We invite you to a relaxed get-together at Café Restaurant Corbaci, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria. You have a choice of dishes and of course there is a vegetarian option on the menu. If you are a vegan, please let Corbaci staff know, of course there is also a vegan option.
Café Corbaci is a 3 minutes walk from Museum Leopold.
Here is a map with all venues of the Digital Leadership Forum.
Schiele and Klimt collection (meeting point: in front of Novomatic Forum)
Artificial intelligence and machine learning
Four compact intranet case studies, each 20 minutes maximum
ABB TV, the internal YouTube-like video channel; ABB Wiki and ABB Blog
Discuss your current digital challenges with peers from all over Europe.
Please select the topic you would like to discuss and join that table:
Topics inlcude: data privacy and how to win customers trust; how to trigger organizational change; cultural and competitive advantage that comes from effective communication; rise of AI (artificial intelligence); differences in online and offline sales;
Moderated by Erik M. Hartman
Summarizing the conference
Linking organisational change to business priorities, achieving influence at all levels.
How to select the right technology, the right vendors and the right team for projects and how to manage projects to foster innovation and success.
Creating innovative and impactful internal collaboration and communication supporting business objectives.