The fourth industrial revolution’s effects on businesses, politics, society and culture have gained prolific, if not excessive, attention in the media, in debates surrounding related industries, and not least in academia. In particular, the consequences of digital transformation and artificial intelligence on industries like consulting have often taken the spotlight. However, instead of asking how the uncertainty of digital transformation affects consulting, this conference turns the question around, instead asking: how do you consult for uncertainty?
It is no longer sufficient to follow closely with trends; rather, consultants have to stay ahead of them. Please come and join us at Cass Business School on the 2nd of June 2017, to find out how the industry’s top experts view consulting in a digitally and politically uncertain 2020.
The conference will run from 4pm - 8pm, with refreshments and networking from 8pm onwards.
Tickets are free, but a £5 deposit (paid online) is required. The deposit will be automatically returned online when attendees register at the conference.
Date: Friday 2nd June 2017
Time: 16:00 to 21:00
Where: Cass Business School Auditorium, 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ
Our speaker line-up includes:
•Nick Taylor (Managing Director and Head of UK & Ireland, Accenture Strategy)
•Themis Themistocleous (Managing Director and Head of European Investment Office, UBS)
•Anthony Carey (Partner and UK Head of Board Practice, Mazars)
•Nic Parmaksizian (Head of Digital, Capco. Former Head of Innovations and Former Marketing Director, Barclays )
•Professor Robert Garratt (Immediate Past Master, Worshipful Company of Management Consultants. Founder member, The Commonwealth Association for Corporate Governance)
•Professor Charles Baden-Fuller (Centenary Professor of Strategy, Cass Business School. Senior Fellow, Wharton School)
•Professor Marianne Lewis (Dean and Professor of Management, Cass Business School)