Digital Disruption 1-Day Workshop
The pace of digital change is exponential. But if your day job is not at the leading edge of digital change, it’s impossible to keep abreast of what’s coming towards us at virtual and breakneck speed – or, more importantly, what the implications are for the work you do and the life you live. This programme is critically important for executives or those driving strategy at any level. And it’s fascinating.
How will it benefit you?
Learn the language and leadership qualities needed to drive digital transformation, and to drive purpose-led digital companies
Develop an understanding of the real meaning of customer-centricity, what it means to be a Lean-Agile organisation, and the potential power of data-driven organisations
Explore the value of outside-in innovation approaches, design-led thinking, and Lean start-up incubators
Gain invaluable insights into the emerging technologies used by digital leaders to structure their businesses and disrupt markets
This full-day programme runs 8:30am – 4:30pm with a break for lunch and networking.
The programme is delivered in co-working, start-up or innovation hubs.
Delegates are invited into a community of The Field Alumni, an ongoing network for sharing and connection in the digital space.
‘This course reshaped our organisation’s understanding of digital. It highlighted the value digital can bring in terms of driving innovation and new business opportunities as well as enabling efficiencies in our core business through automation. It provides a logical and practical path for introducing digital within a business with a strong focus on driving commercial value.’
Cindy Hoots, Chief Information Officer, SABMiller Africa
‘highlighted the need to be values- and goal-driven, and not to get too hung up on technical aspects…’
Marc de Kock, Agile Coach and Architect
‘…highly valuable and thought provoking…’
Nicola Slingsby, leadership development consultant
About the facilitator
Alison Jacobson is one of the founders and directors of The Field, which curates and delivers transformative learning experiences; and of Thunderbay Collective, a collaborative ecosystem of software platforms focused on digital disruption and business transformation.
Alison works with senior leaders from business, government and civil society to help them understand, navigate and embrace the disruptive forces at work today. She is uniquely placed as a guide and coach in this space: she was previously Group Principal Digital Strategist at Dimension Data; and has herself launched several start-ups focused on education, e-learning, social innovation and the new world of work.