- 25 October 2017
- 18:00 - 20:30
- Aviva UK
Member ticket: FREE
Non member ticket: £10.00
Corporate employer ticket: FREE
Corporate member ticket: FREE
Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire branch
Will you survive or thrive in the digital world?
The world of work is changing fast, digital is accelerating this change. How can individuals and organisations respond to stay relevant – and even thrive?
The word ‘digital’ is everywhere today, but what does it mean for organisations and people facing digital disruption? What do we mean by digital, and how can we define and develop the right capabilities as individuals and organisations to survive and even to thrive? (Hint: it’s not really about technology!) Using some practical examples this session will explore collaborative and experimental innovation approaches with some real examples of their application. We may even touch on why we as humans might still matter in a digital future!
Adrian Malone is a Director at Atkins, with Group-wide responsibilities for innovation, knowledge management, and collaboration. He is currently focused on supporting digital and agile transformation of innovation through the Atkins Digital Incubator, to rapidly develop and validate new business ideas. Adrian is working with clients, employees and innovation partners on complex problems and challenges using lean start-up principles to experiment through rapid client-centric iterative results-driven innovation.
Recently, Adrian led the successful release of Office 365 and Yammer to Atkins’ 18,000 staff worldwide, using an approach which concentrated on business collaboration and use cases, and encouraging the emergence of digital communities.
Adrian has 20 years’ experience facilitating business change involving people and technology, working in project environments and at senior level in both HR and IT corporate functions. He has a master’s degree in Information Systems.
Adrian was a co-founder of the APM Knowledge SIG, is a member of the BSI committee for creation of proposed new ISO standard in Knowledge Management, a member of the RICS global BIM steering group, and an industry assessor for RICS BIM Manager Certification.
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This event is suitable for professionals with an intermediate level of experience.
APM Body of Knowledge reference