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About the Speaker:
Charlene Li (Bestselling Author)
For the past two decades, Charlene Li has been helping people see the future. She’s an expert on digital transformation, leadership, customer experience and the future of work and the author of six books, including the New York Times bestseller “Open Leadership” and the co-author of the critically-acclaimed book “Groundswell”. Her latest book is the bestseller The Disruption Mindset.
She’s also an entrepreneur, the Founder and Senior Fellow at Altimeter, a disruptive analyst firm that was acquired in 2015 by Prophet. Charlene was named one of the Top 50 Leadership Innovators by Inc, and one of the most creative people in business by Fast Company. Charlene graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College and received her MBA from Harvard Business School. She lives in San Francisco.
TEDxGateway Webinar: Charlene Li (Bestselling Author) and Anna Piperal (e-Governance expert) in conversation with Ralph Simon (Founder, Mobilium Global)
Webinar Series: Breaking Barriers
Webinar Topic: Decoding Disruption and Resilience in a Post Apocalyptic World
About the webinar:
“Disruption doesn’t create growth; growth creates disruption” We must look at disruption from a lens of growth and opportunities that can enable better prospects for the societies. This could be applied on a country level and as well as on an organisation level — perceiving disruptions as a means of flourishing and creating a culture within organisations that thrives with disruptive change. Many institutions make “disruption” their goal, but we’ve been thinking about disruption backward, as something to be avoided rather than embraced. For Charlene Li, disruption creates opportunities for growth, and she will help us to look at pragmatic ways to embed disruption deeply into our strategy, leadership, and culture so that we grow exponentially during this uncertain time.
How can the state guarantee minimal disruption of public services and keep people safe at home or anywhere else? Building a true secure and inclusive digital society with location-independent and user-centric services is the long-term thinking, and the people are ready for it. Anna Piperal, Estonia’s e-Governance expert is going to shed light on how to design a digital society that will withstand any crisis and keep people safe.
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