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Technology Leadership and Management Webinar

The last year has taught us that everything from pandemics to politics can create acute disruptions in how we work. How can leaders in different facets of an organization help manage digital and other disruptions? Anh Phillips, co-author of the book, The Technology Fallacy, will discuss her research with Dr. Carlee Bishop, faculty director of our Technology Leadership and Management graduate programs. Digital Disruptions will always be with us, so learn how you can prepare your organization to navigate and withstand such significant impacts for more effective digital transformation. A limited number of copies of The Technology Fallacy will be given away to event attendees.

About our Speaker:

Anh Phillips is a researcher and author from Deloitte Consulting LLP, where she studies the impact of emerging digital technologies on an organization’s leadership, talent and culture.  She co-authored the book, The Technology Fallacy, based on over four years of research and is working on a second book entitled The Transformation Myth.  Her work has been cited in leading publications such as The Wall Street Journal, MIT Sloan Management Review, and Fortune.  Prior to this role, Anh spent over 10 years leading business and technology teams in implementing CRM and order management solutions for clients.  Anh has a BA in Humanities and did post-graduate studies in Comparative Literature, where she explored the intersection of technology and culture.

Join our faculty and distinguished guest speakers for a discussion about our graduate programs, special topics in the field, and connections to the professional world.

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Thursday, March 18 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Virtual Event Venue, Virtual Event Venue

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Target Audience

General Public

Graduate and Extended Programs

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