Agenda

Sessions tagged Premium are accessible only for premium ticket holders.

Time Range

Tracks

Topics

07:30

Duration:

30

Registration & Networking

19 May

Networking

07

Duration:

30

Registration & Networking

19 May

Networking

08:45

Duration:

30

Track:

Keynotes

Welcome Remarks

19 May

Keynote

08

Duration:

30

Welcome Remarks

Track:

Keynotes

19 May

Keynote

09:00

Duration:

30

Track:

Keynotes

Becoming an Influential Leader and Capturing Attention

Reserved for Keynote Speaker

19 May

Non-Technical

Soft Skills

Career

Keynote

Between increased methods of direct communication and 30 seconds viral social media dance crazes it's only natural that people's attention span has dwindled. Even pre-pandemic it was heavily reported that the average person has an attention span of eight seconds! Now with most of us working from our living rooms filled with natural distractions, how can you capture the attention of your colleagues, influence them to take notice and gain total buy-in?

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to be an influential leader from your living room
  • How to carry your influence into a physical presence
  • Re-establishing a connection and purpose with disengaged employees

09

Duration:

30

Becoming an Influential Leader and Capturing Attention

Reserved for Keynote Speaker

Track:

Keynotes

19 May

Non-Technical

Soft Skills

Career

Keynote

Between increased methods of direct communication and 30 seconds viral social media dance crazes it's only natural that people's attention span has dwindled. Even pre-pandemic it was heavily reported that the average person has an attention span of eight seconds! Now with most of us working from our living rooms filled with natural distractions, how can you capture the attention of your colleagues, influence them to take notice and gain total buy-in?

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to be an influential leader from your living room
  • How to carry your influence into a physical presence
  • Re-establishing a connection and purpose with disengaged employees
 

09:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Keynotes

Keynote Session Details Coming Soon

19 May

Keynote

09

Duration:

30

Keynote Session Details Coming Soon

Track:

Keynotes

19 May

Keynote

11:00

Duration:

30

Networking Break

19 May

Networking

11

Duration:

30

Networking Break

19 May

Networking

11:00

Duration:

30

Meet the Speakers

19 May

Networking

Meet our fantastic keynote speakers and their teams in the exhibition area. An opportunity for you to extend the Q&A, get to know the speakers and their company, quiz them on their presentation takeaways and network.

11

Duration:

30

Meet the Speakers

19 May

Networking

Meet our fantastic keynote speakers and their teams in the exhibition area. An opportunity for you to extend the Q&A, get to know the speakers and their company, quiz them on their presentation takeaways and network.

 

11:35

Duration:

30

Track:

Career Resilience

Hit a Roadblock in Your Career? Take Charge Of Your Own Destiny

19 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Career

In technology it may seem like your career is destined to lead to a direct path but as a woman, you're likely to peak before you've even reached the top. When left with no options and no-one to support you, there's only one route to take - your own. Join this session to hear my personal story of my career in tech and how I've been able to build a dynamic career; one that has allowed me to take back control of my destiny.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to build a dynamic career that not only enriches your skills but life experience
  • Setting yourself up to take the leap of faith
  • Moving your perception from 'stuck' to 'stuck in a mindset'

11

Duration:

30

Hit a Roadblock in Your Career? Take Charge Of Your Own Destiny

Track:

Career Resilience

19 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Career

In technology it may seem like your career is destined to lead to a direct path but as a woman, you're likely to peak before you've even reached the top. When left with no options and no-one to support you, there's only one route to take - your own. Join this session to hear my personal story of my career in tech and how I've been able to build a dynamic career; one that has allowed me to take back control of my destiny.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to build a dynamic career that not only enriches your skills but life experience
  • Setting yourself up to take the leap of faith
  • Moving your perception from 'stuck' to 'stuck in a mindset'
 

11:35

Duration:

30

Track:

Deep Dives

Transitioning to a Low-Carbon World With CleanTech

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Digital

Transformation

With the world around us changing at a faster rate than ever predicted, there is increasing pressure to address carbon emissions and to shape a better world than the way we entered it. As enterprise organisations begin to address their footprint, progress can be slow and global challenges cannot be solved individually. With CleanTech and Climatech startups fast developing decarbonization solutions, greater emphasis needs to be put on collaboration and the growth of organisations who are agile by nature and able to adapt. Join this session to learn about the developments of creating the Energy Transition Capital and how greater collaboration between corporates and startups will help further advance new innovative solutions to address some of the biggest global challenges.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how technology is transforming Energy to become more sustainable
  • How Startup-Corporate partnerships are shaping the future of the Energy transition
  • What skills are required from the future workforce as more technical roles are introduced

11

Duration:

30

Transitioning to a Low-Carbon World With CleanTech

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Deep Dives

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Digital

Transformation

With the world around us changing at a faster rate than ever predicted, there is increasing pressure to address carbon emissions and to shape a better world than the way we entered it. As enterprise organisations begin to address their footprint, progress can be slow and global challenges cannot be solved individually. With CleanTech and Climatech startups fast developing decarbonization solutions, greater emphasis needs to be put on collaboration and the growth of organisations who are agile by nature and able to adapt. Join this session to learn about the developments of creating the Energy Transition Capital and how greater collaboration between corporates and startups will help further advance new innovative solutions to address some of the biggest global challenges.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how technology is transforming Energy to become more sustainable
  • How Startup-Corporate partnerships are shaping the future of the Energy transition
  • What skills are required from the future workforce as more technical roles are introduced
 

12:10

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Cyber Threat Trends and How To Respond

Evelyn Anderson

Distinguished Engineer @ IBM

19 May

Technical

Career

Digital

Data

Join this session to hear about the biggest cyber security threats emerging from the pandemic and how you can prepare your organisation to be protected against malicious attacks. We will also look ahead onto the skills that will be required from your team so you can address the skills gap in your organisation and how you can begin upskilling your employees.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn the key trends in cyber and how to protect your organisation from malicious attacks
  • Identifying the weak points in your tech stack which may leave you vulnerable
  • Identifying the key skills required from your workforce

12

Duration:

30

Cyber Threat Trends and How To Respond

Evelyn Anderson

Distinguished Engineer @ IBM

Track:

Tech Resilience

19 May

Technical

Career

Digital

Data

Join this session to hear about the biggest cyber security threats emerging from the pandemic and how you can prepare your organisation to be protected against malicious attacks. We will also look ahead onto the skills that will be required from your team so you can address the skills gap in your organisation and how you can begin upskilling your employees.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn the key trends in cyber and how to protect your organisation from malicious attacks
  • Identifying the weak points in your tech stack which may leave you vulnerable
  • Identifying the key skills required from your workforce
 

12:40

Duration:

30

Lunch

19 May

Networking

12

Duration:

30

Lunch

19 May

Networking

12:40

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

Workshop Lunch 'n' Learn

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Networking

Technical

Software Engineer

Data

Join our workshop lunch 'n' learns for practical hands-on learning opportunities with other attendees across Software Engineer, Data and Security.

12

Duration:

30

Workshop Lunch 'n' Learn

Track:

Workshop

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Networking

Technical

Software Engineer

Data

Join our workshop lunch 'n' learns for practical hands-on learning opportunities with other attendees across Software Engineer, Data and Security.

 

13:40

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

The Science Behind Artificial Intelligence

Claire Vishik

Fellow & Global Government Relations, CTO @ Intel

19 May

Technical

Digital

Data

Session details coming soon...

13

Duration:

30

The Science Behind Artificial Intelligence

Claire Vishik

Fellow & Global Government Relations, CTO @ Intel

Track:

Tech Resilience

19 May

Technical

Digital

Data

Session details coming soon...

 

13:40

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Leading High-Performing Distributed Teams

Sarah Kim

Lead Software Engineer @ The Home Depot

19 May

Non-Technical

Transformation

D&I

Software Engineer

Distributed teams are becoming the norm of the modern workplace. Leading a team is hard work, now the prospect of managing the nuances of engagement and productivity with remote, hybrid, and shifting work dynamics raises the level of challenge. It also requires a different mindset to get the best from our teams and deliver results.

How can you be better equipped to manage and lead your distributed team? What do you need to consider with respect to logistics, people and process?

Key Takeaways:

  • Biggest challenges that hamper productivity and engagement on distributed teams
  • Building ongoing alignment when teams are physically apart
  • Creating a culture that supports distributed team success

13

Duration:

30

Leading High-Performing Distributed Teams

Sarah Kim

Lead Software Engineer @ The Home Depot

Track:

Business Resilience

19 May

Non-Technical

Transformation

D&I

Software Engineer

Distributed teams are becoming the norm of the modern workplace. Leading a team is hard work, now the prospect of managing the nuances of engagement and productivity with remote, hybrid, and shifting work dynamics raises the level of challenge. It also requires a different mindset to get the best from our teams and deliver results.

How can you be better equipped to manage and lead your distributed team? What do you need to consider with respect to logistics, people and process?

Key Takeaways:

  • Biggest challenges that hamper productivity and engagement on distributed teams
  • Building ongoing alignment when teams are physically apart
  • Creating a culture that supports distributed team success
 

13:40

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

Developing Cross-Platform Applications in a Single Language

Reserved for Event Partner

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Software Engineer

Participate in this hands-on practical workshop to learn about cross-platform app development where you can learn about the best frameworks to use and even though you'll benefit from faster deployment times, never underestimate the power of testing and QA.

Key Takeaways:

  • Creating frameworks for cross-platform development
  • Learn what languages are best to build native apps for cross-platform
  • Enabling faster deployment times with cross-platform development

13

Duration:

30

Developing Cross-Platform Applications in a Single Language

Reserved for Event Partner

Track:

Workshop

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Software Engineer

Participate in this hands-on practical workshop to learn about cross-platform app development where you can learn about the best frameworks to use and even though you'll benefit from faster deployment times, never underestimate the power of testing and QA.

Key Takeaways:

  • Creating frameworks for cross-platform development
  • Learn what languages are best to build native apps for cross-platform
  • Enabling faster deployment times with cross-platform development
 

13:40

Duration:

30

Track:

Deep Dives

Launching Into a New Era for Space City

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Digital

The Space Economy is broadening our horizon of technology. No longer is our infrastructure limited to earth through base transceiver stations as global satellite networks are established to increase areas such as broadband reach and even national security, to name but a few. While recent years have seen a focus on the race to Space tourism, this Deep Dive session is designed to give you insight into how the Commercial Space industry is growing and how your organisation can benefit by the Space-for-Earth economy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about the exciting developments facing the Commercial Space industry
  • How Texas is establishing itself as the launchpad for new innovation and startups in the Space Tech arena
  • How can your organisation get involved and benefit from the Space-for-Earth economy

13

Duration:

30

Launching Into a New Era for Space City

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Deep Dives

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Digital

The Space Economy is broadening our horizon of technology. No longer is our infrastructure limited to earth through base transceiver stations as global satellite networks are established to increase areas such as broadband reach and even national security, to name but a few. While recent years have seen a focus on the race to Space tourism, this Deep Dive session is designed to give you insight into how the Commercial Space industry is growing and how your organisation can benefit by the Space-for-Earth economy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about the exciting developments facing the Commercial Space industry
  • How Texas is establishing itself as the launchpad for new innovation and startups in the Space Tech arena
  • How can your organisation get involved and benefit from the Space-for-Earth economy
 

14:15

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Developing Self-Healing Networks

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Technical

Digital

Software Engineer

Transformation

At the pinnacle of instilling resilience in technology is the mitigation of outages which can result in business interruption - recent events have seen outages resulting in losses of up to $7 billion in a matter of hours! As a technologist, you've probably come to expect that errors are likely, but what if we could utilise technology to be able to predict and prevent errors in code by developing self-healing networks and utilising meta-programing. Join this presentation to learn how advances in AI is providing developers with the opportunity to write code that writes code to develop a self-healing network that is able to identify errors and resolve in a fast and efficient way.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to utilise AI to help pre-empt and prevent network outages
  • Learn what a good solid foundation for meta-programing looks like
  • Building resilient network infrastructures

14

Duration:

30

Developing Self-Healing Networks

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Tech Resilience

19 May

Technical

Digital

Software Engineer

Transformation

At the pinnacle of instilling resilience in technology is the mitigation of outages which can result in business interruption - recent events have seen outages resulting in losses of up to $7 billion in a matter of hours! As a technologist, you've probably come to expect that errors are likely, but what if we could utilise technology to be able to predict and prevent errors in code by developing self-healing networks and utilising meta-programing. Join this presentation to learn how advances in AI is providing developers with the opportunity to write code that writes code to develop a self-healing network that is able to identify errors and resolve in a fast and efficient way.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to utilise AI to help pre-empt and prevent network outages
  • Learn what a good solid foundation for meta-programing looks like
  • Building resilient network infrastructures
 

14:15

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Redesigning the Future of Work

Reserved for Event Partner

19 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Transformation

It's been labeled as the 'Great Resignation'; employee loyalty is at an all-time low as employers enforce return to the workplace rules and salary reductions to those who have moved to lower-cost states. 2021 already saw almost 4 million Americans resign in a single calendar month and with tensions expected to boil over in 2022, how can organisations work with their employees to create a new empowered workforce and how can technology be utilised to support both employer and employee in this journey?

Key Takeaways:

  • What should you prioritize when preparing for the new way of working
  • Establishing a healthy relationship and integration between work and life
  • Mitigating high levels of attrition in your teams

14

Duration:

30

Redesigning the Future of Work

Reserved for Event Partner

Track:

Business Resilience

19 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Transformation

It's been labeled as the 'Great Resignation'; employee loyalty is at an all-time low as employers enforce return to the workplace rules and salary reductions to those who have moved to lower-cost states. 2021 already saw almost 4 million Americans resign in a single calendar month and with tensions expected to boil over in 2022, how can organisations work with their employees to create a new empowered workforce and how can technology be utilised to support both employer and employee in this journey?

Key Takeaways:

  • What should you prioritize when preparing for the new way of working
  • Establishing a healthy relationship and integration between work and life
  • Mitigating high levels of attrition in your teams
 

14:50

Duration:

30

Track:

Career Resilience

Securing Your Future as a Cloud Technologist

Anjlica Malla

Application Security Architect @ Goldman Sachs

19 May

Technical

Career

Digital

The future of infrastructure is within the Cloud. The reality of dispersed organisations mixed with the increased demand for open access, it's never been a better time to get involved. This presentation is designed to give you insight into the future of the cloud and the impact it's having on businesses.

Key Takeaways:

  • How is Cloud technology evolving and impacting businesses
  • Why it’s an exciting time to learn and be involved with Cloud technology
  • Learn the skills that are required to become a Cloud technologist and how your skills will evolve

14

Duration:

30

Securing Your Future as a Cloud Technologist

Anjlica Malla

Application Security Architect @ Goldman Sachs

Track:

Career Resilience

19 May

Technical

Career

Digital

The future of infrastructure is within the Cloud. The reality of dispersed organisations mixed with the increased demand for open access, it's never been a better time to get involved. This presentation is designed to give you insight into the future of the cloud and the impact it's having on businesses.

Key Takeaways:

  • How is Cloud technology evolving and impacting businesses
  • Why it’s an exciting time to learn and be involved with Cloud technology
  • Learn the skills that are required to become a Cloud technologist and how your skills will evolve
 

14:50

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

How Data Impacts Non-Data Teams

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Data

Tracking and measuring data is an intrinsic part of every function within an organisation. More and more non-data teams are being asked to track and analyze data in order to provide key insights to help them address challenges and provide opportunities to grow and develop. This workshop is designed to specifically give members from Non-Data teams an opportunity to get to grips with data tools and how to effectively identify key messages from them.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn what data tools are appropriate for you and your department
  • Turning data into actionable insights
  • Communicating data insights to your department and organisation

14

Duration:

30

How Data Impacts Non-Data Teams

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Workshop

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Data

Tracking and measuring data is an intrinsic part of every function within an organisation. More and more non-data teams are being asked to track and analyze data in order to provide key insights to help them address challenges and provide opportunities to grow and develop. This workshop is designed to specifically give members from Non-Data teams an opportunity to get to grips with data tools and how to effectively identify key messages from them.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn what data tools are appropriate for you and your department
  • Turning data into actionable insights
  • Communicating data insights to your department and organisation
 

14:50

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

Unlocking the Power of Human Potential with XR Technology

Krista Taylor

Extended Reality Lead, US South @ Accenture

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Transformation

Extended reality technologies — which include virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality — have long captivated the public interest. Thanks to advances in cloud, 5G and immersive technology we now live in a world where more people have the opportunity to participate. Virtual reality headsets are becoming commonplace. Mixed reality is influencing how real and virtual worlds collide, and augmented reality is growing in popularity with consumer applications.

By creating an enterprise-wide immersive learning rollout powered by extended reality technology, businesses can unlock new business value, including increased revenue, cost savings, employee engagement, and operationalized efficiency.

Join this session to learn more about how immersive learning can help your organization reengage fully with employees and hone vital skills for their productivity and personal growth while enabling your company to achieve key performance indicators more cost effectively and sustainably.

The Why: We have the opportunity to harness this immersive technology, transcend the physical world, and revolutionize how we work. Let's take it!

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the engaging nature of XR experiences and the creative possibilities to push the boundaries of imagination and innovation for the future.
  • Learn how the intuitive blend of physical and digital worlds is transforming technical tasks like assembly and prototyping.
  • Through this session, participants will learn how to leverage the power extended reality to build a better, more engaged and connected world.

This session is for... you if you are passionate innovator committed to making the world better than we found it.

14

Duration:

30

Unlocking the Power of Human Potential with XR Technology

Krista Taylor

Extended Reality Lead, US South @ Accenture

Track:

Workshop

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Transformation

Extended reality technologies — which include virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality — have long captivated the public interest. Thanks to advances in cloud, 5G and immersive technology we now live in a world where more people have the opportunity to participate. Virtual reality headsets are becoming commonplace. Mixed reality is influencing how real and virtual worlds collide, and augmented reality is growing in popularity with consumer applications.

By creating an enterprise-wide immersive learning rollout powered by extended reality technology, businesses can unlock new business value, including increased revenue, cost savings, employee engagement, and operationalized efficiency.

Join this session to learn more about how immersive learning can help your organization reengage fully with employees and hone vital skills for their productivity and personal growth while enabling your company to achieve key performance indicators more cost effectively and sustainably.

The Why: We have the opportunity to harness this immersive technology, transcend the physical world, and revolutionize how we work. Let's take it!

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the engaging nature of XR experiences and the creative possibilities to push the boundaries of imagination and innovation for the future.
  • Learn how the intuitive blend of physical and digital worlds is transforming technical tasks like assembly and prototyping.
  • Through this session, participants will learn how to leverage the power extended reality to build a better, more engaged and connected world.

This session is for... you if you are passionate innovator committed to making the world better than we found it.

 

15:25

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Engaging Teams with a Single Product Vision

Nancy Wang

VP, Technical Product Management @ Alert Logic

19 May

Technical

Transformation

As a Product Leader, it's your responsibility to not only be the voice of the customer, but to also bring and engage the entire organization on the journey with you. Creating Product roadmaps can offer some direction but how you communicate that to the various teams in your organization will differ. Join this session to learn how to get your company behind one product vision working through the resource and scheduling challenges, while ensuring the various teams are able to contribute to the product's success.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to communicate product visions to teams ensuring they are able to sell, market and support the single product vision
  • The importance of creating product roadmaps and staying true to the product vision
  • How to engage your team along the process and natural evolution

15

Duration:

30

Engaging Teams with a Single Product Vision

Nancy Wang

VP, Technical Product Management @ Alert Logic

Track:

Business Resilience

19 May

Technical

Transformation

As a Product Leader, it's your responsibility to not only be the voice of the customer, but to also bring and engage the entire organization on the journey with you. Creating Product roadmaps can offer some direction but how you communicate that to the various teams in your organization will differ. Join this session to learn how to get your company behind one product vision working through the resource and scheduling challenges, while ensuring the various teams are able to contribute to the product's success.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to communicate product visions to teams ensuring they are able to sell, market and support the single product vision
  • The importance of creating product roadmaps and staying true to the product vision
  • How to engage your team along the process and natural evolution
 

15:25

Duration:

30

Track:

Career Resilience

Skills Evolution: Remaining Technical in the Higher Ranks

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Soft Skills

Technical

Non-Technical

As you get higher up the ranks you will be expected to spend more of your time on strategy over getting hands on with the latest technology developments. But when you're getting grilled by your Exec team on accidents in technology, the pressure is on you to know the why and how it'll be avoided in the future. Join this presentation to learn about the importance of continuously evolving your technical skill sets and why you should invest in yourself to learn about the latest technologies when managing a team of developers.

Key Takeways:

  • Why you should always remain technical even in the higher echelons of business
  • The importance of always evolving your skill sets and staying relevant to industry trends
  • Look for opportunities for your team to educate up

15

Duration:

30

Skills Evolution: Remaining Technical in the Higher Ranks

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Career Resilience

19 May

Soft Skills

Technical

Non-Technical

As you get higher up the ranks you will be expected to spend more of your time on strategy over getting hands on with the latest technology developments. But when you're getting grilled by your Exec team on accidents in technology, the pressure is on you to know the why and how it'll be avoided in the future. Join this presentation to learn about the importance of continuously evolving your technical skill sets and why you should invest in yourself to learn about the latest technologies when managing a team of developers.

Key Takeways:

  • Why you should always remain technical even in the higher echelons of business
  • The importance of always evolving your skill sets and staying relevant to industry trends
  • Look for opportunities for your team to educate up
 

15:25

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Advancing Sustainability Goals with Emerging Technology

Asha Devasia

VP, EcoStruxure Power (Digital IoT) @ Schneider Electric

19 May

Technical

Digital

Transformation

15

Duration:

30

Advancing Sustainability Goals with Emerging Technology

Asha Devasia

VP, EcoStruxure Power (Digital IoT) @ Schneider Electric

Track:

Tech Resilience

19 May

Technical

Digital

Transformation

16:00

Duration:

30

Networking Break

19 May

Networking

16

Duration:

30

Networking Break

19 May

Networking

16:00

Duration:

30

Sister Circle: What Does the Next Five Years Look For You?

19 May

Networking

Career

Sister Circle discussions are an opportunity for you to connect with attendees on a deeper level through non-tech related topics. In this session you'll be able to have a time to reflect on what the next five years looks like for you, and be able to share any challenges that you may be feeling or may foresee that may be stopping you from reaching that goal. In the Sister Circle, you'll be able to gain personal advice from like-minded women who will have faced similar challenges.

16

Duration:

30

Sister Circle: What Does the Next Five Years Look For You?

19 May

Networking

Career

Sister Circle discussions are an opportunity for you to connect with attendees on a deeper level through non-tech related topics. In this session you'll be able to have a time to reflect on what the next five years looks like for you, and be able to share any challenges that you may be feeling or may foresee that may be stopping you from reaching that goal. In the Sister Circle, you'll be able to gain personal advice from like-minded women who will have faced similar challenges.

 

16:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Career Resilience

Lean Out: Is It Me or Is It The System?

Lauri Talbott

IT Director, Digital Business Software @ General Motors

19 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Soft Skills

Career

Awaiting session info...

16

Duration:

30

Lean Out: Is It Me or Is It The System?

Lauri Talbott

IT Director, Digital Business Software @ General Motors

Track:

Career Resilience

19 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Soft Skills

Career

Awaiting session info...

 

16:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

Becoming a Full Stack Developer

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Career

Digital

Session details coming soon...

16

Duration:

30

Becoming a Full Stack Developer

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Workshop

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Career

Digital

Session details coming soon...

 

16:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Deep Dives

Harnessing Emerging Technology for Greater Security Accountability

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Digital

Career

As security breaches become more sophisticated, technology needs to adapt in order to protect organisations and individuals. Emerging technology such as Blockchain is already known to create protected and identifiable pieces of information which will allow for greater accountability of any malicious attacks. Despite this, policy and governance is always slow to react to innovation leaving hackers with the opportunity to become more efficient and organizations susceptible to attacks. Join this Deep Dive session to learn about the future of cyber security through emerging technology and what you can do to prepare your workforce and organizational governance.

Key Takeaways:

  • Leveraging new technology to create a greater security accountability
  • Why policy and governance need to keep up with technology in order to help adoption
  • Evolving education and skills to avoid widening the skills gap already facing the workforce with the introduction of new technology

16

Duration:

30

Harnessing Emerging Technology for Greater Security Accountability

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Deep Dives

19 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Technical

Digital

Career

As security breaches become more sophisticated, technology needs to adapt in order to protect organisations and individuals. Emerging technology such as Blockchain is already known to create protected and identifiable pieces of information which will allow for greater accountability of any malicious attacks. Despite this, policy and governance is always slow to react to innovation leaving hackers with the opportunity to become more efficient and organizations susceptible to attacks. Join this Deep Dive session to learn about the future of cyber security through emerging technology and what you can do to prepare your workforce and organizational governance.

Key Takeaways:

  • Leveraging new technology to create a greater security accountability
  • Why policy and governance need to keep up with technology in order to help adoption
  • Evolving education and skills to avoid widening the skills gap already facing the workforce with the introduction of new technology
 

17:05

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Utilising Data Science to Create Solutions to Global Challenges

Angela Wilkins

Executive Director @ Ken Kennedy Institute, Rice University

19 May

Technical

Data

Digital

Session details coming soon...

17

Duration:

30

Utilising Data Science to Create Solutions to Global Challenges

Angela Wilkins

Executive Director @ Ken Kennedy Institute, Rice University

Track:

Business Resilience

19 May

Technical

Data

Digital

Session details coming soon...

 

17:05

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Designing a Human-Centered Lens to Security

Reserved for Guest Speaker

19 May

Technical

Digital

Data

Cyber security has always been predominantly focused on protecting organisations and infrastructure rather than assessing human behaviours and patterns. By developing a greater understanding of digital identity, organisations can not only begin to understand motivation behind malicious attacks, but how to create a more secure user journey that prevents users from making critical errors that can lead to breaches.

Key Takeaways:

  • Utilising human psychology to minimize risk and security breaches
  • How User Experience affects security
  • Designing products in a way that are secure and accessible to users

17

Duration:

30

Designing a Human-Centered Lens to Security

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Tech Resilience

19 May

Technical

Digital

Data

Cyber security has always been predominantly focused on protecting organisations and infrastructure rather than assessing human behaviours and patterns. By developing a greater understanding of digital identity, organisations can not only begin to understand motivation behind malicious attacks, but how to create a more secure user journey that prevents users from making critical errors that can lead to breaches.

Key Takeaways:

  • Utilising human psychology to minimize risk and security breaches
  • How User Experience affects security
  • Designing products in a way that are secure and accessible to users
 

17:35

Duration:

30

Introduction to Networking & Networking Drinks

19 May

Networking

17

Duration:

30

Introduction to Networking & Networking Drinks

19 May

Networking

07:45

Duration:

30

Registration & Networking

20 May

Networking

07

Duration:

30

Registration & Networking

20 May

Networking

08:45

Duration:

30

Track:

Keynotes

Welcome Remarks

20 May

Keynote

08

Duration:

30

Welcome Remarks

Track:

Keynotes

20 May

Keynote

09:00

Duration:

30

Track:

Keynotes

Modernizing Your Tech Infrastructure: Off the Shelf or DIY?

Reserved for Keynote Speaker

20 May

Technical

Software Engineer

Transformation

Keynote

When it comes to upgrading your tech, many organisations will be faced with a single question - do you skip the long development timeline for pre-packaged software or do you opt for made-for-purpose customizable software through in-house development? When your tech is falling behind your competitors, it may be more time efficient (and cheaper) to opt for pre-packaged software that can be easily installed. However, this quick fix isn't without its limitations - literally. Join this presentation to learn about the different routes in modernizing your tech infrastructure, identifying the pros and cons so you can better understand how to get the most out of your resources.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the benefits and challenges of Off the Shelf products or going off on your own
  • How to get the most value from your resources, whether that's people or product
  • Mitigating risk and error when modernizing tech

09

Duration:

30

Modernizing Your Tech Infrastructure: Off the Shelf or DIY?

Reserved for Keynote Speaker

Track:

Keynotes

20 May

Technical

Software Engineer

Transformation

Keynote

When it comes to upgrading your tech, many organisations will be faced with a single question - do you skip the long development timeline for pre-packaged software or do you opt for made-for-purpose customizable software through in-house development? When your tech is falling behind your competitors, it may be more time efficient (and cheaper) to opt for pre-packaged software that can be easily installed. However, this quick fix isn't without its limitations - literally. Join this presentation to learn about the different routes in modernizing your tech infrastructure, identifying the pros and cons so you can better understand how to get the most out of your resources.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the benefits and challenges of Off the Shelf products or going off on your own
  • How to get the most value from your resources, whether that's people or product
  • Mitigating risk and error when modernizing tech
 

09:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Keynotes

Keynote Session Details Coming Soon

20 May

Keynote

09

Duration:

30

Keynote Session Details Coming Soon

Track:

Keynotes

20 May

Keynote

10:30

Duration:

30

Networking Break

20 May

Networking

10

Duration:

30

Networking Break

20 May

Networking

10:30

Duration:

30

Meet the Speakers

20 May

Networking

Meet our fantastic keynote speakers and their teams in the exhibition area. An opportunity for you to extend the Q&A, get to know the speakers and their company, quiz them on their presentation takeaways and network.

10

Duration:

30

Meet the Speakers

20 May

Networking

Meet our fantastic keynote speakers and their teams in the exhibition area. An opportunity for you to extend the Q&A, get to know the speakers and their company, quiz them on their presentation takeaways and network.

 

11:05

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

The Customer-Centric Playbook

Debbie Dunnam

Chief Commercial Officer @ Dropbox

20 May

Non-Technical

Digital

Transformation

Organizations have had to drastically transform how they communicate with customers in a bid to increase customer loyalty and retention. While the days of business brunches may be temporarily behind us, how can we utilise technology to connect our customers with the business to create a network of advocates. This session will look into the challenges currently facing organisations that are looking to build a customer-centric approach as they adapt to a new way of developing long-lasting relationships with customers.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to engage the customer and how to find value in your people
  • Addressing the current challenges of customer communication
  • How to create a culture for customer advocacy

11

Duration:

30

The Customer-Centric Playbook

Debbie Dunnam

Chief Commercial Officer @ Dropbox

Track:

Business Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

Digital

Transformation

Organizations have had to drastically transform how they communicate with customers in a bid to increase customer loyalty and retention. While the days of business brunches may be temporarily behind us, how can we utilise technology to connect our customers with the business to create a network of advocates. This session will look into the challenges currently facing organisations that are looking to build a customer-centric approach as they adapt to a new way of developing long-lasting relationships with customers.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to engage the customer and how to find value in your people
  • Addressing the current challenges of customer communication
  • How to create a culture for customer advocacy
 

11:05

Duration:

30

Track:

Deep Dives

Building the Innovation Economy in Texas

Anna Dai

Founder and CEO @ Varea Energy

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Non-Technical

Digital

Texas is a hotbed for innovation - from tax incentives to building on technology initiated in historical institutions, the state is developing a series of exciting and unique ecosystems which are tackling some of the toughest global challenges. As antiquated technology hubs have succumbed high living costs and outdated bro-cultures, how can Texas evolve and learn from other cities to create a sustainable and ethical environment ensuring long-term growth and equal opportunities for all?

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about key growth sectors changing the landscape of innovation in Texas
  • How education, public and private sector can partner to provide solutions to global challenges
  • Creating a sustainable and ethical environment for long-term growth

11

Duration:

30

Building the Innovation Economy in Texas

Anna Dai

Founder and CEO @ Varea Energy

Track:

Deep Dives

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Non-Technical

Digital

Texas is a hotbed for innovation - from tax incentives to building on technology initiated in historical institutions, the state is developing a series of exciting and unique ecosystems which are tackling some of the toughest global challenges. As antiquated technology hubs have succumbed high living costs and outdated bro-cultures, how can Texas evolve and learn from other cities to create a sustainable and ethical environment ensuring long-term growth and equal opportunities for all?

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about key growth sectors changing the landscape of innovation in Texas
  • How education, public and private sector can partner to provide solutions to global challenges
  • Creating a sustainable and ethical environment for long-term growth
 

11:40

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Cloud Modernization and Adoption

Archana Vembakam

Executive Director, Cloud Data Platform and Information Architect @ J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

20 May

Technical

Digital

Transformation

Data

Session details coming soon...

11

Duration:

30

Cloud Modernization and Adoption

Archana Vembakam

Executive Director, Cloud Data Platform and Information Architect @ J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Track:

Tech Resilience

20 May

Technical

Digital

Transformation

Data

Session details coming soon...

 

12:15

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Developing Business Intelligence Using Analytics Tools

Reyna Gonzalez

Senior Associate, Data Analytics & Visualization @ Publicis Sapient

20 May

Technical

Data

Digital

In a time of big data, it can be really difficult to be able to identify strategic business moves, and when you do, how can you communicate it to the entire business in a way that is easy to understand? Join this presentation for an overview on utilising data and analytics to develop business intelligence to inform your strategy and how to take your entire organisation on the data journey.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to make accurate business decisions from aggregated data
  • Communicating and storytelling using data insights
  • Bringing your entire organisation along on your data journey

12

Duration:

30

Developing Business Intelligence Using Analytics Tools

Reyna Gonzalez

Senior Associate, Data Analytics & Visualization @ Publicis Sapient

Track:

Business Resilience

20 May

Technical

Data

Digital

In a time of big data, it can be really difficult to be able to identify strategic business moves, and when you do, how can you communicate it to the entire business in a way that is easy to understand? Join this presentation for an overview on utilising data and analytics to develop business intelligence to inform your strategy and how to take your entire organisation on the data journey.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to make accurate business decisions from aggregated data
  • Communicating and storytelling using data insights
  • Bringing your entire organisation along on your data journey
 

12:15

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

People Problem Management Skills

Reserved for Guest Speaker

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Non-Technical

Soft Skills

Career

When managing technology, there is a limit to the problems you will face but when managing people, the challenges are infinite and limitless. Rarely is there an easy solution to resolving issues within your team and there is never a command-c, command-v option available to you. This workshop is designed to help you overcome some of the challenges you will face as a team leader and how to navigate through some of the often difficult conversations you may need to have with your team.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to navigate through difficult conversations with your team
  • How to convince and become affirmative
  • How to build and lead with empathy and purpose

12

Duration:

30

People Problem Management Skills

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Workshop

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Non-Technical

Soft Skills

Career

When managing technology, there is a limit to the problems you will face but when managing people, the challenges are infinite and limitless. Rarely is there an easy solution to resolving issues within your team and there is never a command-c, command-v option available to you. This workshop is designed to help you overcome some of the challenges you will face as a team leader and how to navigate through some of the often difficult conversations you may need to have with your team.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to navigate through difficult conversations with your team
  • How to convince and become affirmative
  • How to build and lead with empathy and purpose
 

12:50

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Defining the Value-Add in Tech Adoption

Reserved for Guest Speaker

20 May

Non-Technical

Digital

Transformation

Data

Adopting new technology is always seen as a great expense to the business and when your Executives have little understanding of what said technology can do, or what impact it will have to the business, the challenges you'll face will go beyond simple budgeting. Join this presentation for the opportunity to learn how to define the value add to your executives who will often be short on time (and money) and how else to define value beyond the bottomline.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understanding what technology is right for your business
  • How to communicate the benefits of new technology to non-techies
  • How the wider goals of the organization can also benefit, not just the bottom line

12

Duration:

30

Defining the Value-Add in Tech Adoption

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Business Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

Digital

Transformation

Data

Adopting new technology is always seen as a great expense to the business and when your Executives have little understanding of what said technology can do, or what impact it will have to the business, the challenges you'll face will go beyond simple budgeting. Join this presentation for the opportunity to learn how to define the value add to your executives who will often be short on time (and money) and how else to define value beyond the bottomline.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understanding what technology is right for your business
  • How to communicate the benefits of new technology to non-techies
  • How the wider goals of the organization can also benefit, not just the bottom line
 

12:50

Duration:

30

Track:

Career Resilience

Making Technology Attractive For Women Again

Wendy Stewart

VP, Sales Operations @ DataBank

20 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Soft Skills

Career

As we emerge from the first ever "she-cession", it's more than time that we address the challenges that forced women to leave technology in the first place. Join this presentation for an in depth exploration of the reasons why women are leaving the tech industry and as we build back better, how we can work together to change how the industry treats women.

Key Takeaways:

  • Identifying the high attrition rate of women in technology
  • Strategies to develop and retain women in your workforce
  • Paving the way for future generations of women to avoid history repeating itself

12

Duration:

30

Making Technology Attractive For Women Again

Wendy Stewart

VP, Sales Operations @ DataBank

Track:

Career Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Soft Skills

Career

As we emerge from the first ever "she-cession", it's more than time that we address the challenges that forced women to leave technology in the first place. Join this presentation for an in depth exploration of the reasons why women are leaving the tech industry and as we build back better, how we can work together to change how the industry treats women.

Key Takeaways:

  • Identifying the high attrition rate of women in technology
  • Strategies to develop and retain women in your workforce
  • Paving the way for future generations of women to avoid history repeating itself
 

13:20

Duration:

30

Lunch Break

20 May

Networking

13

Duration:

30

Lunch Break

20 May

Networking

13:20

Duration:

30

Sister Circle: Returning to Work after an Extended Break

Reserved for Guest Speaker

20 May

Networking

Career

Sister Circle discussions are an opportunity for you to connect with attendees on a deeper level through non-tech related topics. In this session we'll be discussing how the workplace is currently failing women as they return to work and what can be done to build a more equitable environment for women.

13

Duration:

30

Sister Circle: Returning to Work after an Extended Break

Reserved for Guest Speaker

20 May

Networking

Career

Sister Circle discussions are an opportunity for you to connect with attendees on a deeper level through non-tech related topics. In this session we'll be discussing how the workplace is currently failing women as they return to work and what can be done to build a more equitable environment for women.

 

13:20

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

Workshop Lunch 'n' Learn

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Software Engineer

Data

Join our workshop lunch 'n' learns for practical hands-on learning opportunities with other attendees across Software Engineer, Data and Security.

13

Duration:

30

Workshop Lunch 'n' Learn

Track:

Workshop

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Software Engineer

Data

Join our workshop lunch 'n' learns for practical hands-on learning opportunities with other attendees across Software Engineer, Data and Security.

 

14:20

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Defining Your CSR Strategy

Juliana Garaizar

Head of Houston Incubator and VP of Innovation @ Greentown Labs

20 May

Non-Technical

D&I

The world around us is changing at a rapid pace and it's having disastrous effects on our environment impacting populations around the world. When 100 companies are responsible for 71% of the world's carbon emissions, the time for action has long gone. As women, we're more likely to get involved in social impact causes and drive CSR strategies in organisations - we have a personal responsibility to address our impact on the environment around us to create a stable future for generations yet to come. Join this presentation to hear about the various strategies you can get involved with and develop within your own organisation to transform your business in the race to net zero.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn what to take into consideration when developing your CSR strategy
  • Understanding your personal responsibility in driving CSR strategies and how you can get involved
  • How to transform your organisation in the race to net zero

14

Duration:

30

Defining Your CSR Strategy

Juliana Garaizar

Head of Houston Incubator and VP of Innovation @ Greentown Labs

Track:

Business Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

D&I

The world around us is changing at a rapid pace and it's having disastrous effects on our environment impacting populations around the world. When 100 companies are responsible for 71% of the world's carbon emissions, the time for action has long gone. As women, we're more likely to get involved in social impact causes and drive CSR strategies in organisations - we have a personal responsibility to address our impact on the environment around us to create a stable future for generations yet to come. Join this presentation to hear about the various strategies you can get involved with and develop within your own organisation to transform your business in the race to net zero.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn what to take into consideration when developing your CSR strategy
  • Understanding your personal responsibility in driving CSR strategies and how you can get involved
  • How to transform your organisation in the race to net zero
 

14:55

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Democratizing Technology To All

Amanda Kirchem

Senior Agile Practitioner @ Zapier

20 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Digital

Software Engineer

There's a lot to be said for tech applications that require little technical knowledge; will it render techies useless? Did I waste years learning how to code? How innovative can a service be built on building blocks? What's missing in the conversation however, is the focus on how options like low-code are democratizing access to technology to all, regardless of the depth of their technical understanding. This cultural shift in tech products is providing bountiful opportunities to non-technical workers to be able to and resolve tech challenges on their own, freeing your Developers to focus on larger scale projects. Join this presentation to learn about the cultural shift in democratizing technology in order to make technology accessible to all and how by getting technology in the hands of more users will lead to a greater diverse industry.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how low-code/no-code platforms is providing opportunities for non-technical staff to upskill and solve issues independently
  • How the Open Movement will open access and freedom for technology services
  • Building a more diverse industry by creating tech products that are accessible to all, regardless of technical knowledge

14

Duration:

30

Democratizing Technology To All

Amanda Kirchem

Senior Agile Practitioner @ Zapier

Track:

Tech Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

D&I

Digital

Software Engineer

There's a lot to be said for tech applications that require little technical knowledge; will it render techies useless? Did I waste years learning how to code? How innovative can a service be built on building blocks? What's missing in the conversation however, is the focus on how options like low-code are democratizing access to technology to all, regardless of the depth of their technical understanding. This cultural shift in tech products is providing bountiful opportunities to non-technical workers to be able to and resolve tech challenges on their own, freeing your Developers to focus on larger scale projects. Join this presentation to learn about the cultural shift in democratizing technology in order to make technology accessible to all and how by getting technology in the hands of more users will lead to a greater diverse industry.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how low-code/no-code platforms is providing opportunities for non-technical staff to upskill and solve issues independently
  • How the Open Movement will open access and freedom for technology services
  • Building a more diverse industry by creating tech products that are accessible to all, regardless of technical knowledge
 

14:55

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Optimising Processes During Times of Growth

Reserved for Event Partner

20 May

Non-Technical

Transformation

Digital

During times of fast growth and change, you'll heavily rely on people and process as the core foundation of your business transformation, however there will be challenges that you'll face as a leader along the way. Join this presentation to learn how to minimise the teething issues that come with growing a team and the importance of sustaining company culture during times of intensive growth.

Key Takeaways:

  • Running a transformation roadmap in a global dynamic environment
  • Overcoming teething issues and common pitfalls during times of growth
  • Sustaining company culture as you expand

14

Duration:

30

Optimising Processes During Times of Growth

Reserved for Event Partner

Track:

Business Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

Transformation

Digital

During times of fast growth and change, you'll heavily rely on people and process as the core foundation of your business transformation, however there will be challenges that you'll face as a leader along the way. Join this presentation to learn how to minimise the teething issues that come with growing a team and the importance of sustaining company culture during times of intensive growth.

Key Takeaways:

  • Running a transformation roadmap in a global dynamic environment
  • Overcoming teething issues and common pitfalls during times of growth
  • Sustaining company culture as you expand
 

14:55

Duration:

30

Track:

Career Resilience

How To Achieve Longevity In Tech

Jennifer Plummer

Manager, Product Development @ PROS

20 May

Non-Technical

Soft Skills

D&I

Career

In an industry where 45% of women leave at a higher rate than men, how do you achieve a sustainable 20+ year career in technology? As a woman you may not naturally possess the skills and personality that is highly attractive to tech employers. To achieve a long career in technology, it's important to develop self-awareness. It's with self-awareness that you can discover how you can help yourself, as well as become a champion of voices that are less heard from.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to develop leadership skills that may not be as natural to you and your personality
  • How to lead and adapt to different teams and culture
  • Understanding your personal responsibility as a leader to advocate for voices less heard from

14

Duration:

30

How To Achieve Longevity In Tech

Jennifer Plummer

Manager, Product Development @ PROS

Track:

Career Resilience

20 May

Non-Technical

Soft Skills

D&I

Career

In an industry where 45% of women leave at a higher rate than men, how do you achieve a sustainable 20+ year career in technology? As a woman you may not naturally possess the skills and personality that is highly attractive to tech employers. To achieve a long career in technology, it's important to develop self-awareness. It's with self-awareness that you can discover how you can help yourself, as well as become a champion of voices that are less heard from.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to develop leadership skills that may not be as natural to you and your personality
  • How to lead and adapt to different teams and culture
  • Understanding your personal responsibility as a leader to advocate for voices less heard from
 

15:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Business Resilience

Establishing the Core of a Technology Risk Managment Program

Amna Awan

Director, Security Development and Engineering @ Charles Schwab

20 May

Technical

Software Engineer

Digital

Transformation

Amna will outline an approach to establishing the core of a Technology Risk Management program to reduce overhead on risk management teams as well as control owners and provide ability to demonstrate real time compliance.

The Why: Effectively managing technology risk improves the overall cybersecurity posture of an organization.

Key Takeaways:

  • Use a Top Down Approach
  • Optimize for end to end process
  • Build in accountability mechanisms

This session is for... you if you are seeking to improve overall technology GRC process.

15

Duration:

30

Establishing the Core of a Technology Risk Managment Program

Amna Awan

Director, Security Development and Engineering @ Charles Schwab

Track:

Business Resilience

20 May

Technical

Software Engineer

Digital

Transformation

Amna will outline an approach to establishing the core of a Technology Risk Management program to reduce overhead on risk management teams as well as control owners and provide ability to demonstrate real time compliance.

The Why: Effectively managing technology risk improves the overall cybersecurity posture of an organization.

Key Takeaways:

  • Use a Top Down Approach
  • Optimize for end to end process
  • Build in accountability mechanisms

This session is for... you if you are seeking to improve overall technology GRC process.

 

15:30

Duration:

30

Track:

Workshop

Creating a Culture for Intra-preneurship

Shanna Doucet

System Director, Center for Innovation @ Harris Health System

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Soft Skills

Non-Technical

Career

Intrapreneurship is the power of engaging and involving your employees in your organisation's purpose. By creating and nurturing that culture in your employees, they'll feel empowered to create and pitch new products and services which can often be built upon and become a full operating part of the business. In this practical workshop, Shanna Doucet will take you through how to engage your employees in your organisation's sense of purpose to establish a culture of intrapreneurship using the TAP method.

Key Takeaways:

  • Why encouraging employee innovation will lead to greater employee engagement
  • How to create and instill a culture for intrapreneurship using the TAP method
  • How intrapreneurship can create a new layer to employee validation and satisfaction

15

Duration:

30

Creating a Culture for Intra-preneurship

Shanna Doucet

System Director, Center for Innovation @ Harris Health System

Track:

Workshop

20 May

Premium Ticket Holders Only

Soft Skills

Non-Technical

Career

Intrapreneurship is the power of engaging and involving your employees in your organisation's purpose. By creating and nurturing that culture in your employees, they'll feel empowered to create and pitch new products and services which can often be built upon and become a full operating part of the business. In this practical workshop, Shanna Doucet will take you through how to engage your employees in your organisation's sense of purpose to establish a culture of intrapreneurship using the TAP method.

Key Takeaways:

  • Why encouraging employee innovation will lead to greater employee engagement
  • How to create and instill a culture for intrapreneurship using the TAP method
  • How intrapreneurship can create a new layer to employee validation and satisfaction
 

16:05

Duration:

30

Track:

Tech Resilience

Localization and Internationalisation: Scaling Your Tech Across Borders

Reserved for Guest Speaker

20 May

Technical

Software Engineer

Transformation

Session details coming soon...

16

Duration:

30

Localization and Internationalisation: Scaling Your Tech Across Borders

Reserved for Guest Speaker

Track:

Tech Resilience

20 May

Technical

Software Engineer

Transformation

Session details coming soon...

 

16:30

Duration:

30

Conference End

20 May

Networking

16

Duration:

30

Conference End

20 May

Networking