Fisher College of Business’ Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is hosting a summer session entitled “Data and Digital Disruption” that is designed to help participants, regardless of industry or role, navigate major issues confronting leaders today. It features a blend of big-picture perspectives on digital disruption and risk along with a ground-level view inside companies managing digital innovation.
Featured speakers include:
Digital Vortex: Jeremy Aston, a senior director at IT giant Cisco will discuss their own digital transformation and research insights from Digital Vortex, a new book co-written by leaders in its Digitization Office.
Transformed Digital, Born Digital: Bruce Millard, VP of Digital and Customer Innovation at Safelite, will share how the 70-year-old company has transformed for the digital age. Mark and Megan Kvamme, founders of Columbus-based FactGem, follow up by sharing their “born digital” story and how they’ve harnessed the power of data analytics at their local startup.
Data and Digital Risk: TDAI affiliate Dennis Hirsch, director of the Program on Data and Governance at Ohio State’s Moritz College of Law, closes out the morning with an overview of risks and governance issues related to leveraging data and digital.
Cost is $95. Includes a networking lunch.
For more information contact Jenny Heckscher, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.