21 June, 2017 | (01 hr)
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Digital Transformation is top of mind for most business leaders but most are not thinking of Digital Transformation's Human Capital implications. Leaders need a vision for how Digital Transformation can transform their business, a compelling strategy for achieving that, and a powerful ability to tell that story.
In this webcast, our researchers will discuss the type of culture and structure, strategic capabilities, and leadership that are critical for driving digital transformation. They will be joined by State Farm's Director of Digital Strategy, Nick Propersi, who will provide insight into their digital journey and lessons being learned along the way. The session will end with practical advice for how organizations can position their culture, structure, and leadership capabilities for digital transformation. CPE credit available
Who Should Attend: This webcast is applicable to CEOs and their C-suites, especially the Chief Digital Officers, Chief Strategy officers, CIOs, and CHROs. Also most useful for HR VPs, HR Directors, Heads of HR, and Talent Management
Sherlin Nair is a research associate in human capital at The Conference Board and supports research efforts focusing on leadership development, talent management, executive coaching, and employee engagement. Nair also co-authored a chapter on the rise of internal coaching in The Center for Cr...Full Bio
Nick Propersi CPCU, CLU, PMP has been with State Farm for nearly 16 years and held a variety of roles spanning all distribution channels, various insurance and financial services operations as well as multiple corporate functions including Information Technology and Marketing. The past multiple y...Full Bio
Mary B. Young, D.B.A.
Dr. Mary Young leads The Conference Board’s program of research on digital transformation’s human capital impacts, big data and human capital analytics, and strategic workforce planning.
Mary is the author of more than 25 research publications from The Conference Boardin...Full Bio