05 Sep 2019
REFERENCE : Exploiting Technology-Enabled Innovation to Drive Organisational Outcomes

Exploiting Technology-Enabled Innovation to Drive Organisational Outcomes

CEF is delighted to partner with Gartner for this briefing on digital transformation.

Leading Gartner analyst, Dale Kutnick, will deliver this briefing on how organisations are accelerating their adoption of digital capabilities to better address current and future customers and constituents, and to improve their efficiency and effectiveness. 

Some CEOs are developing new investment strategies and restructuring their organisations to address the rapidly evolving local, regional and global environments, and to confront new competitors.

Some local and regional governments (like Singapore, Estonia, Dubai, Boston, Stockholm, Rotterdam) are moving aggressively to transform.


This effort will demand financial engineering, new partnerships and new workforce capabilities.

This executive discussion will highlight some of the advanced technologies that can be utilized to help drive organisational innovation around products and services, cost optimization, and citizen engagement, and highlight some of the growing cybersecurity threats to our digital future.



About the Speaker, Dale Kutnick, SVP Emeritus Distinguished Analyst:

Dale’s primary responsibilities are working with CIOs and senior business leaders to help them better manage and exploit technology and information to drive business transformation and enablement

From 2007 to 2013 Dale was global leader of Gartner’s Executives Programs, which more than doubled its contract value and dramatically enhanced customer engagement during that period. He is a regular speaker at Garner events, and he works directly with numerous CIOs and senior executives on IT-enabled business initiatives and strategies.

Dale joined Gartner in 2005 following the company’s acquisition of META Group, where he was co-founder and Chairman of the Board. He also served as President, CEO and Research Director of META Group from its inception in 1989 until 2003. META Group went public in Dec 1995, and revenues more than sextupled during the next six years

In addition to his operational duties as META Group CEO, Dale led the creation, development, packing and management of content quality of META Group’s intellectual capital. He was also a frequent keynote speaker at industry conferences, a contributor to many books and other publications, and a consultant to IT industry CEOs and numerous CIOs.

Before co-founding META Group, Dale was Executive Vice President of Research with Gartner and an Executive Vice President of Garner Securities. Prior to joining Gartner, he was Executive Director and Research Director at Yankee Group, a technology research and consulting firm, and a principal at Battery Ventures, a venture capital firm. He served on the Board of Directors at First Albany Corp. and its successor, Broadpoint Securities from 2005 through 2008. He was also a member of the governance and audit committees.

He currently serves on the board of i.c. stars (Chicago), on the board of Riverkeeper (Ossining, New York) and on the IT Advisory Board of the World Food Program; he was previously on the Clinical Advisory Board of Ipsen Pharma (Paris) and on the Technical Advisory Board at Danbury Hospital.

Dale is a graduate of Yale University. He is secretary of the Dale and Laura Kutnick Foundation, which contributes funds to non-profit educations, medical and socially responsible causes.


 PLEASE NOTE:

As part of your organisation’s membership there is no charge to attend this event and light refreshments will be available.