Tuesday 3rd October 2023 | 18:00 (BST) | Bleeding Heart - The Crypt
In the digital economy, the traditional boundaries between organisations and sectors diminish as information is shared and new products are fashioned around the end customer’s needs. The interrelationship between public and private businesses is also changing, driven by hyper-connectivity and hyper-personalisation.
In this fifth Community Programme event of 2023, we learn how collaboration can encourage innovation and growth from leading practitioners. Areas to be covered include:
Join us on the 3rd October to share your experiences and ambitions for the future as we continue our journey towards a digital economy.
Find out more about the speakers and our panellists
Global Chief Digital & Information Officer
A pioneer of today’s Internet in the seventies (at MIT) Roger Camrass has been helping organisations across the Globe harness the power of new technologies and methods for over five decades.As a thought leader, business executive and part time academic, Roger has introduced a succession of innovations including digital networking in the seventies, outsourcing and call centres in the eighties, business reengineering and third generation mobile networks in the nineties, e-commerce in 2000 and more recently cloud and 5G.
Non Exec Chair, Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre Supervisory Board
Houses of Parliament Restoration & Renewal
Martin Bellamy is Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Restoration and Renewal of the Houses of Parliament. Martin has over 30 year’s experience of innovation, change programme leadership and running large technology operations. He has worked in the Technology, Financial Services, Higher Education, Media, Welfare, Healthcare, and Justice sectors. Martin is a director and trustee of the William Robinson Gravetye charity, and a liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, and a by-fellow at Hughes Hall (Cambridge College). Within the Government IT Profession, he was the first National Competency Lead for Delivery Management. He undertook a PhD in Cloud Computing in 2010 while he was leading ‘G-Cloud’, the UK Government’s cloud computing programme. Before joining Parliament Martin held CIO roles at the Financial Conduct Authority, Cambridge University and a number of central government departments. In his early career he was a technology executive at Thomson Reuters, KPMG, BT and the Ashridge Business School.
Managing Director, Global Digital and Technology Officers Practice Co-Leader
EY Lead Partner Technology Transformation, Microsoft, ServiceNow and Digital Engineering & Cloud portfolio
20 years of experience in advisory services across UK, US, Middle East and Asia Pacific.Asheesh is focused on Digital Transformation space especially opportunities that organisations will have from convergence of cloud, mobility and analytics. His interest particularly lies in the areas of digital business model, customer experience, digital operations and digital workforce.Experience in large scale Business and IT Transformation including Digital Transformation, Enterprise Architecture, Service transformation, Cost Optimization, Portfolio Rationalization, and IT Strategy.Led transformational programmes in multiple sectors including Pharma, Retail, CPG, Telecom, Financial Services, Utilities, Drug discovery.Led Digital Technology track for leading CPG player covering solution architecture, sourcing advisory, programme management for implementation of ecomm platform and technical design services Led Digital Strategy and Implementation Roadmap for leading 2 Wheel Auto giantSupported Loyalty carve out firm in defining and implementing their Digital and technology roadmap that covered Digital technologies around web, mobile, integration with enterprise applications and infrastructureLead Partner for an IT strategy and 3 year transformation roadmap on behalf of a Global Pharmaceuticals company. The scope included delivery of the strategy, definition of the current and future state enterprise architecture and transition roadmap including emerging technologies, and the delivery of an IT organisation maturity assessment and recommendations.
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