Around the world, companies are experiencing a dramatic change in the makeup of their employees and their corporate culture.
Baby boomers are living and working longer than ever, leaving little room for Gen X to move up the corporate ladder. At the same time, Millennials are entering the workforce in huge numbers, they have different expectations and demand perks from their employers that previous generations wouldn’t dream of.
In a world where good talent can be hard to find, how can boards and management bridge the generation gap, cater to employees needs and understand customers’ changing expectations?
Join your fellow board members and executive teams as our panel of experts discusses:
Then take a deep dive into the purchasing habits of the Millennial generation with our keynote speaker Derek Thompson, a Senior Editor of The Atlantic and adjunct professor at the Columbia Journalism School. In his keynote Is there an app for that? Consumer habits of the Millennial Generation you’ll learn what corporations should do to target this slippery demographic and get in front of the technology driven, informed and connected Millennials.
* This event is open to both directors and c-suite executives.
Regional dates 2014:
Data analytics are already transforming the way businesses are making strategic decisions. Public and private companies in all industries are using their data to give them a competitive advantage and insights about their customers. While the concept of Big Data is not new, the massive volumes of information and the sophisticated tools to organize, manage, and analyze it are and the implications for those charged with oversight are significant.
Join us, your Audit Committee peers, our panel of experts and key note speaker Jer Thorp as we discuss:
Jer Thorp is an artist and educator from Vancouver, Canada, currently living in New York. Coming from a background in genetics, his digital art practice explores the many-folded boundaries between science, data, art, and culture. Jer is an adjunct Professor in New York University’s ITP program, and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Design Innovation. From 2010-2012, Jer was the Data Artist in Residence at The New York Times.
Examining the business opportunities and uncertainties of cloud computing and IT for audit committees and the companies they oversee.
In today's environment of cost containment, it's no surprise that companies are turning to the cloud. With servers, applications and email, the cloud seems to have it all. Supporters say that it replaces the need for companies to maintain their own separate (and costly) IT infrastructure. Substantial savings, instant access and scalability can sound almost too good to be true. Are we trading data security and integrity for cost savings?
Directors in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto found out in April 2013 when they attended Audit Committee Connect’s spring session which included a panel of cloud and security experts, and keynote speaker Practical Futurist, Michael Rogers.
To view the presentation slides from this session, please click here.
Also be sure to also read our Top 10 questions directors should ask about cloud computing.