Workshop-conference: How do you create a digital culture?
Companies that are able to establish a corporate culture are mostly more financially successful: "Two years after the implementation of changes in the company, good performers hold twice as much financial advantage as bad performers," states the McKinsey-Company study on the secret of successful change implementation.
This training is available in a private or personalized format. It can be provided in one of our training centres or at your offices. Call one of our consultants of submit a request online.
What does the word digital mean to your organization? Where are new technologies likely to have the greatest impact? The digital transformation of organizations is no longer just a growth issue... but an issue of relevance, sustainability... survival.
Duration: 1.5 hours (10:30 to 12:00)
Dynamic format for everyone
At Afi, we believe more than ever that HUMAIN - TECHNOLOGY, amplified by the creation of learning rituals, becomes the key to seizing the opportunity to transform at the right speed.
Our coffee-talks series is part of a continuing education framework, where the participant has the advantage of being able to choose the role he will play. Will you be an active participant or would you rather listen?
Whether you're a professional, a manager or a team leader, you'll love our Coffee-Talks!
Enjoy this new offer and get some new knowledge!
No screening required
As part of this exchange, we will explore...
The challenges complicated by the speed of digital implementation;
The use of technology in an agile and fast manner;
Aligning teams with company initiatives;
Workspaces as a support for digital culture.
What do the companies that are most successful in implementing change within their organizations do differently than others?
How can we make sure we have the best impact in a change process?
What initiatives could enable teams to achieve better digital skills?
What challenges do you face in implementing a digital culture?
Chief Marketing Officer and partner at Edgenda, Sara has more than 20 years of experience in product development and management, business transformation and go-to market strategy.
Carl M. Gilbert
Carl M. Gilbert is a coach, mentor and project manager with more than 25 years of experience in project management, mainly in information technology. He has trained more than 25,000 people in project management (in traditional, agile or hybrid mode) all around the world. Carl M. Gilbert is an engineer and also holds a master's degree in project management from with a specialization in international project management. For 25 years, he has specialized in strategic consulting in project management, program management and portfolio management.
Senior Project Director and Project Management Trainer
Catherine Edgar is a senior project director with more than 25 years of IT experience at large firms. Over the course of her career, Catherine has developed management expertise with a focus on the human impact brought about by change. She has excellent problem-solving, training, coaching and interpersonal relation skills. Catherine holds a bachelor’s degree in management information technology, as well as a certification as a project management professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI).
As a leader in continuous improvement, Ms. Régis is known for the quality of her interpersonal relationships, her leadership, dynamism, great creativity, ability to adapt to change and her ease in mobilizing teams toward the achievement of objectives. With over 25 years of experience in management and continuous improvement in the pharmaceutical field, Ms. Régis has also carried out interventions in information technology and services.