Leaders of Digital Economy Conference

A -one of a kind- conference on innovation and business transformation, tailored to business leaders’ needs, free of jargon and clichés.

11/6/2018 9:00:00 AM

Overview

Overview

Leaders of Digital Economy Conference
Developing the Soft Computing Mindset
6 November 2018, Grand Hyatt Athens Hotel

We use the term “soft computing” to describe the use of inexact solutions to computationally hard tasks. In the era of exponential technology, business leaders are asked to think beyond the solutions provided by current technologies and to employ “analogue” strategic skills for their organizations to stay relevant and thrive.

Who does it concern?

  • C-suite executives in Digital Transformation & e-business
  • CEOs & General Managers
  • HR Directors
  • Business Digital Transformation Project Leaders

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Speakers

Speakers

Rahaf Harfoush

  • Digital Anthropologist, Best selling author

Henrik von Scheel

  • Best known as the originator of the 4th Industrial Revolution and the mastermind of Europe’s digital agenda, that ignited the global themes of today.

Ilias Chantzos

  • Senior Director, Symantec Government Affairs EMEA & APJ, Global CIP and Privacy Advisor

Xenofon Liapakis

  • General Manager, Chief Digital Transformation & Information Officer of Interamerican Group
  • Chairman of Hellenic CIO Forum

Brad van Leeuwen

  • Head of Partnersips, Railsbank

Theodosis Michalopoulos

  • Enterprise Business & Public Sector Director, Microsoft Greece, Cyprus & Malta

Stefanos Mytilineos

  • General Manager of e-Banking, Piraeus Bank Group

Spiros Poulidas

  • President and General Manager, IBM, Greece & Cyprus

Nils Mork- Ulnes

  • Head of Stratey Science, AIG

Diomidis Spinellis

  • Professor in and Head of the Department of Management Science and Technology at the Athens University of Economics and Business
Key topics

Key topics

Key topics

  • Why is digital transformation more about business models than technology per se?
  • The difference between innovation and transformation and where organizations must focus depending on their activities
  • Is there a “low risk-non disruptive” way to innovation?
  • How can business leaders innovate while increasing the bottom line?
  • How does the 2nd wave of the 4th industrial revolution impact the business environment?
  • How do AI, 5G, Quantum Computing and Blockchain, transform markets and societies?
  • What are the latest advancements in Bioinformatics, Sustainable Resources and Energy Storage and how will sectors be reconfigured because of them?
  • Why must digital transformation go hand in hand with cyber security and data privacy?
  • How are business models affected by the dynamic regulatory environment in information security and data privacy?
  • In what ways are business leaders accountable for digital ethics?

Get all the answers in this exclusive business conference.

Simultaneous translation in English and Greek will be available.

For more information please contact Irina Gkini(210 6062293) and Maria Kastrisiou (210 6062254) or send an email to kpmgevents@kpmg.gr

Agenda