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@Work Summit: Technology, Transformation and the Future of Work

THE MOST INFLUENTIAL VOICES DISRUPTING THE NEXT DECADE OF WORK

The CNBC @Work Summit will provide an opportunity for senior executives to learn from each other and the world’s most influential voices who are defining the future of work. Will you and your teams be ready to lead, or be left behind?

Who should join: CHROs, CIOs, CTOs, CFOs and other senior executives who have a major role to play in leveraging the right technologies at the right scale, with the right people running them.

@Work Summit is a complimentary virtual event

 

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MORE ABOUT THE OCTOBER 6 SUMMIT

Rewriting the Rules: Finding Opportunity in Unprecedented Times

The proverbial saying “Necessity is the mother of invention” has never been more apt than during this crisis. To overcome the myriad challenges brought about by Covid-19, companies have pivoted to remote work, adopted new practices to keep critical frontline workers safe, created solutions to keep supply chains open, developed new ways to gain access to capital and so much more, in record time.

But are these changes simply solutions just for right now? Or can they be applied in an ongoing way to bolster operations once this difficult time has passed?  CNBC’s @Work Summit will examine the ways top leaders are innovating to thrive today and which advancements will make work more efficient and more rewarding in the future.

Speakers

Stewart Butterfield

Stewart Butterfield is the CEO and co-founder of Slack. For more than 20 years, he has been an entrepreneur, designer, and technology leader, usually all at once.

In 2013, Stewart and his team launched Slack, which has transformed business communication. Today, Slack is the leading channel-based messaging platform, used by millions to align their teams, unify their systems, and drive their businesses forward.

In 2003, Stewart co-founded Flickr, one of the pioneers of image sharing and the social web. As CEO, he built Flickr into one of the largest web services in the world.

Stewart has been regularly recognized for the foresight and innovation that has helped him build two companies that have reimagined the way we use technology to communicate, collaborate, share, and store information. He was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time Magazine, and one of the Top 50 Leaders by BusinessWeek; he has been included on Vanity Fair’s New Establishment List, the Recode 100, Advertising Age’s Creativity 50, and the Technology Innovator of the Year by the Wall Street Journal.

Stewart has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Victoria and a Master of Philosophy from the University of Cambridge.

Sandra Rivera

Sandra L. Rivera is executive vice president and chief people officer at Intel Corporation. She leads Intel’s Human Resources organization and is responsible for driving greater business results through a culture that embraces diversity and inclusion as well as being responsible for the company’s policies and programs related to human resources worldwide.

Before assuming her current role, she led the Network Platforms Group, which was a global organization of over 3,000 employees that drove the transformation of network infrastructure to Intel-based solutions and enabled breakthrough ways to integrate Intel’s silicon and software portfolio to create greater customer value. The organization was one of the Data Center Group’s fastest-growing businesses, enabling Intel to become a market leader for network logic silicon, an annual $20 billion market segment.

Rivera joined Intel in 2000 as a marketing director after the acquisition of Dialogic Corporation. Before joining Intel, Rivera co-founded and served as president of The CTI Authority, and served as president of the computer telephony division at Catalyst Telecom.

Rivera holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Pennsylvania State University. She sits on the Equinix board of directors and is a member of the Intel Hispanic Leadership Council.

Vasant Prabhu

Vasant M. Prabhu has been our chief financial officer since February 2015 and vice chairman since May 2019. In his role, he oversees Visa’s financial strategies, planning and reporting, in addition to all finance operations and investor relations.

Mr. Prabhu joined Visa from NBCUniversal Media, LLC, where he served as chief financial officer, overseeing the company’s finance function as well as the operations and technical services division. Prior to joining NBCUniversal in 2014, Mr. Prabhu served as the chief financial officer for Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc. since 2004. In 2010, Mr. Prabhu was named vice chairman of Starwood. At Starwood, he was responsible for all financial functions, information technology and a range of corporate functions. He also served as executive vice president and chief financial officer for Safeway Inc., and held senior leadership roles at The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., PepsiCo, Inc. and Booz Allen Hamilton. Mr. Prabhu is currently a member of the board of directors of Mattel, Inc.

Mr. Prabhu holds a B.S. in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

Chuck Robbins

Chuck Robbins is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cisco. He assumed the role of CEO on July 26, 2015 and was elected Chairman of the Board on December 11, 2017.
As Chairman and CEO, Chuck is focused on helping companies, cities and countries around the world as they look to Cisco to connect everything and everyone by building the highly secure, intelligent platform for digital business.

Over his 20 years at Cisco, he has served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations, where he led the Worldwide Sales and Partner Organizations, and helped drive and execute many of the company's investment areas and strategy shifts; Senior Vice President of The Americas, Cisco's largest geographic region; Senior Vice President of U.S. Enterprise, Commercial and Canada; Senior Vice President of U.S. Commercial Sales; and Segment Vice President, U.S. and Canada channel organization, where he was instrumental in helping build the industry's most powerful partner program.

Prior to joining Cisco, Chuck held management positions at Bay Networks and Ascend Communications.

Chuck is on the Board of Directors for BlackRock; Chairman of the US-Japan Business Council; a Member of the International Business Council for the World Economic Forum; on the Board of Directors for the Business Roundtable where he serves as Chairman of the Immigration Committee; a Board of Trustees member for the Ford Foundation; and a member of the International Council for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University.

Chuck holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics with a computer science concentration from the University of North Carolina.

Minsok Pak

Minsok is Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer for Mondelēz International, a global company leading the future of snacking with 2019 net revenues of approximately $26 billion. In this role, he oversees a number of strategic growth areas critical to company growth and industry leadership, including Enterprise Strategy, M&A and strategic growth opportunities, new business, and e-Commerce and direct-to-consumer.

Prior to joining the company, Minsok was Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer at Target in the United States where he helped lead the development and implementation of a highly successful growth strategy. He had oversight of Strategy & Planning, Insights, M&A/Business Development, and Innovation, all supporting the company’s drive for omnichannel transformation.

Minsok previously served as Senior Vice President for LEGO Group, where he led branded omnichannel retail including e-Commerce in more than 20 markets. Minsok spent close to 20 years with McKinsey & Company where he was a Senior Partner holding a range of roles in the US, Korea and Singapore, including Head of Asia-Pacific Sales & Marketing and other leadership positions in Asia Consumer & Retail and North American Supply Chain practices. He also spent a number of years as managing director of a private equity firm leading investments in packaged goods and mobile technology, as well as working internally for McKinsey & Company, helping lead the digital transformation for the firm.

Minsok holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Oberlin College and earned an MBA from Stanford University. Minsok is passionate about music and multisport, serving as a member of the Minnesota Orchestral Association Board and having completed 23 Ironman triathlons, including four times at the World Championships in Hawaii. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for Oberlin College.

Ashish Jha

Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH, is a physician, health policy researcher, and the third Dean of the Brown University School of Public Health. Before joining Brown, he was the K.T. Li Professor of Global Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Director of the Harvard Global Health Institute (HGHI).

Donna Morris

Donna Morris is executive vice president and chief people officer for Walmart Inc. A member of the executive committee, Donna is responsible for attracting, retaining and developing talent for one of the world’s largest private employers.

Donna has nearly 20 years of leadership experience in delivering innovative people solutions, developing and managing teams that operate in an agile way, and helping to build a high-performance culture that promotes diversity and inclusion. Donna joined Walmart from Adobe, where she served as chief human resources officer and executive vice president of employee experience.

A native of Ottawa, Canada, Donna joined Adobe in 2002 and most recently led all aspects of the company’s human resources, real estate and security operations. She led a number of workplace-friendly initiatives at Adobe, including expanding its family leave policy and simplifying standard HR processes.

Donna has a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Carleton University. Donna holds the Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), Senior HR Professional (SHRP) and Canadian Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designations. She also serves on the board of directors of Marvell Technology.

Donna and her husband, Wayne, are relocating to Northwest Arkansas. They have one son, Kyle, who lives in New York.

Darren Walker

Darren Walker is president of the Ford Foundation, a $13 billion international social justice philanthropy. Under his leadership, the Ford Foundation recently became the first nonprofit foundation in US history to issue a $1 billion social bond in the US taxable bond market to increase grant making to stabilize and strengthen nonprofit organizations in the wake of COVID-19. He is a member of Governor Cuomo’s Reimagining New York Commission and co-chair of NYC Census 2020. He also chaired the philanthropy committee that brought a resolution to the city of Detroit’s historic bankruptcy.

Before joining Ford, Darren was vice president at Rockefeller Foundation, overseeing global and domestic programs. In the 1990s, he was COO of the Abyssinian Development Corporation, Harlem’s largest community development organization.

Darren co-chairs New York City’s Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments, and Markers, and has served on the Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform and the UN International Labour Organization Global Commission on the Future of Work. He co-founded both the US Impact Investing Alliance and the Presidents’ Council on Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy. He serves on many boards, including Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the National Gallery of Art, Carnegie Hall, the High Line, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture. In the summer of 2020, he was appointed to the boards of Square and Ralph Lauren. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and is the recipient of 16 honorary degrees and university awards, including Harvard University’s W.E.B. Du Bois Medal.

Educated exclusively in public schools, Darren was a member of the first Head Start class in 1965 and received BA, BS, and JD degrees from the University of Texas at Austin. He has been included on numerous leadership lists: Time’s annual 100 Most Influential People, Rolling Stone’s 25 People Shaping the Future, Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business, Ebony's Power 100, and Out magazine’s Power 50.

Stephanie Creary

Professor Stephanie J. Creary is an identity and diversity scholar and a field researcher. She is also a founding faculty member of the Wharton IDEAS lab (Identity, Diversity, Engagement, Affect, and Social Relationships), an affiliated faculty member of Wharton People Analytics, a Senior Fellow of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI), and affiliated faculty member of the Penn Center for Africana Studies. She leads the Leading Diversity@Wharton Speaker Series as part of her Leading Diversity in Organizations course at Wharton.

Professor Creary’s research centers on identifying and understanding the identity and diversity work that individuals and leaders engage in to improve the quality of relationships across differences at work. Specifically, she is interested in understanding how this work shifts power dynamics and patterns of voice and silence that can undermine or enhance relationship quality. She also examines the enabling and constraining features of the broader sociocultural context, including the organizational practices and policies that dictate whether and how identities are displayed and differences are communicated at work.

Prior to joining the Wharton faculty, Professor Creary was on the faculty of Cornell University. Prior to completing her PhD degree, she was a research associate at Harvard Business School and The Conference Board in NYC researching corporate diversity and inclusion practices. She also has extensive work experience in the health care industry. Professor Creary has earned B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Boston University Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences; an MBA degree from Simmons School of Management; and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Boston College Carroll School of Management.

Fran Katsoudas

Fran Katsoudas is Executive Vice President and Chief People, Policy & Purpose Officer of Cisco. In this role, Fran oversees critical functions that instill Cisco’s conscious culture, contribute to the company’s overall performance, and advance Cisco’s purpose to Power an Inclusive Future For All.

As head of the People, Policy & Purpose Organization, Fran leads an ecosystem comprised of People & Communities, Corporate Affairs, Workplace Resources, and Government Affairs & Country Digital Acceleration. This strategic alignment of functions and expertise ensures holistic care for the well-being of Cisco’s people, establishes Cisco as a trusted and valued partner to governments and global leaders, and extends Cisco’s reach to positively impact communities everywhere in alignment with the company purpose.

A 25-year veteran of Cisco, Fran has extensive experience leading organizational transformations, driving large scale growth, cultivating successful leaders and teams, and constructing an employee-first culture. Prior to her current role, she served as HR business partner to the Engineering leadership team, and held positions in the Service Provider, HR Operations, Customer Service, Acquisition Integration and Services groups. Prior to Cisco, Fran worked in both the financial and professional services industries with a focus on customer service and operations.

Fran currently serves on the Board of Directors for Americares, Global Citizen, and ADP.

Passionate about social justice, Fran is an activist and advocate for a variety of causes close to her heart, particularly women’s leadership, homeless youth, and the Latino community. A graduate of the University of California Berkeley, Fran lives in the Bay Area with her husband and two children.

James Suzman

James Suzman, Ph.D., is an anthropologist and the author of WORK: A Deep History, From the Stone Age to the Age of Robots, which will be released in January 2021. His research specializes in the Khoisan peoples of southern Africa. A recipient of the Smuts Commonwealth Fellowship in African Studies at Cambridge University, he is now the director of Anthropos Ltd., a think tank that applies anthropological methods to solving contemporary social and economic problems. He lives in Cambridge, England.

Aaron Levie

Aaron Levie is Chief Executive Officer, Co-founder and Chairman at Box, which he launched in 2005 with CFO and cofounder Dylan Smith. He is the visionary behind the Box product and platform strategy, incorporating the best of secure content collaboration with an intuitive user experience suited to the way people work today. Aaron leads the company in its mission to transform the way people and businesses work so they can achieve their greatest ambitions. He has served on the Board of Directors since April 2005.

Aaron attended the University of Southern California from 2003 to 2005 before leaving to found Box.

Jennifer Kolstad

Jennifer is the Global Design Director at Ford Motor Company overseeing the design of Ford's physical environments. Her role seeks to unify the values and brand language of Ford in architecture and interior design, elevating impact internal and external to the global Ford ecosystem. Through research driven design, her mission is to ideate future-state readiness for the new world headquarters, workplace, retail space, hotel, factory, or community space of a next-gen mobility company.

Ellen Kullman

Ellen is the President & CEO of Carbon. Prior to joining Carbon, Ellen was Chairman and CEO of DuPont. She was the nineteenth executive, and the first woman to lead the company in its 212-year history. As a business leader, Ellen led double-digit growth of the company’s Safety and Protection business portfolio, started two successful high-growth businesses known today as DuPont Industrial Biosciences and DuPont Sustainable Solutions. During her seven years as CEO, Ellen led the company’s focus on growth in emerging international markets and championed the power of DuPont science and global market knowledge to transform industries. She decisively positioned the company for its next generation of growth, executing a strong plan that is delivering results today while positioning DuPont for future growth.

Ellen is co-chair of the Paradigm for Parity coalition and a board director of United Technologies, Dell Technologies, Amgen, and Goldman Sachs. She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and past president of the U.S. China Business Council. She serves on the board of trustees of Northwestern University. Ellen has been named as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” by Fortune and one of the “World’s Most Powerful Women” by Forbes. Ellen holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University.

James Manyika

James Manyika is a senior partner at McKinsey & Company and chairman and director of McKinsey Global Institute, and a member of McKinsey’s Board. Based in Silicon Valley for over 20 years, James has advised the chief executives and founders of many of the world’s leading technology companies. At MGI, James has led research on technology and its impact, future of work, productivity and economic growth. He published a book on AI and robotics another on the economic trends, and articles and reports. He has served along with technologists, business leaders, economists, and policymakers around the world on task forces and commissions related to technology and an inclusive economy. Appointed by Governor Newsom, he is co-chair of California’s Future of Work Commission.

He was appointed vice chair of the Global Development Council at the White House by President Obama and appointed by U.S. Commerce Secretaries to serve on the National Innovation Advisory Board from and the Commerce Department’s Digital Economy Board of Advisors. He serves on the boards of Council on Foreign Relations, MacArthur Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. He is involved in research and advisory boards at MIT, Harvard, Oxford and Stanford, as well as Harvard’s Hutchins Center for African and African-American Research.

He earned DPhil, MSc and MA degrees in AI and robotics, mathematics and computer science from Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He has been elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Distinguished Fellow of Stanford’s AI Institute, a fellow of DeepMind.

Luana Marques

Dr. Luana Marques is the Director of Community Psychiatry PRIDE at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School (HMS). Dr. Marques is a national and international expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBTs) and a leader in bringing science-backed mental health for all. Her decades of clinical and research experience implementing evidence-based practices encompass all types of roles and settings, from front-line staff to CEOs, diverse communities to organizations, both in the US and globally. She is the President of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). She is also the author of Almost Anxious: Is My (or My Loved One’s) Worry or Distress a Problem?. Connect with her @DrLuanaMarques

Vishaan Chakrabarti

With over twenty-five years of proven experience authoring and implementing visionary architecture and urbanism, Vishaan Chakrabarti is the William W. Wurster Dean of the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley. Simultaneously he serves as the Founder and Creative Director of Practice for Architecture and Urbanism (PAU). His highly acclaimed book, A Country of Cities: A Manifesto for an Urban America (Metropolis Books, 2013), argues that a more urban United States would result in a more prosperous, sustainable, joyous, and socially mobile nation.

Vishaan’s professional portfolio spans major new academic and institutional commissions; a mixed use village in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; a 100% social housing neighborhood in East New York including supportive housing for the formerly homeless; a master plan for the area surrounding Michigan Central Station in Detroit; attainable housing in Newark; the master plan and first buildings at both the Domino Sugar and Essex Crossing sites in New York; and a range of celebrated public spaces and waterfronts. In addition to commissioned work, PAU takes on numerous pro-bono social advocacy projects.

Vishaan lectures internationally; contributes articles and op-ed’s to the New York Times, Crain’s Business, and other publications; has appeared on CBS Evening News, MSNBC’s The Cycle, Charlie Rose, National Public Radio, WNYC, and other television and radio programs; and was a main-stage speaker at TED 2018: The Age of Amazement. He serves on the boards of the Architectural League of New York, the Regional Planning Association, the Norman Foster Foundation, and The World Around You.

Todd McKinnon

Todd McKinnon is the CEO and co-founder of Okta, the leading provider of enterprise identity, which he co-founded in2009 with Frederic Kerrest. Under Todd’s leadership, Okta has transformed the way millions of people access technology and put identity at the forefront of security.

Todd’s experience as a leader and technology visionary spans more than 25 years, with deep roots in enterprise software and cloud transformation. Prior to Okta, he led engineering at Salesforce.com, where he grew the team from 15 people to more than 250, and the service from two million daily transactions to more than 150 million. Todd started his career at PeopleSoft, where he held a number of engineering and leadership roles throughout his 8-year tenure.

Todd earned his bachelor’s degree in management and information systems from Brigham Young University and his master’s in computer science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. A Bay Area native, Todd is an advisor to Family House and an advocate for equality and inclusion. He is a husband and father, an exercise addict, and a mountain bike enthusiast.

Sara Eisen

Sara Eisen is co-anchor of CNBC’s “Closing Bell” (M-F, 3PM-5PM ET). She is known for her deep expertise in financial markets and the global economy as well as regular news making interviews with some of the most prominent names in the financial world, including Phil Knight, Leon Black, Janet Yellen and Christine Lagarde, among others.

Previously, Eisen was co-anchor of the 10AM ET hour on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” (M-F, 9AM-11AM ET), which broadcasts from Post 9 at the New York Stock Exchange. Before that, she was co-anchor of CNBC’s “Power Lunch” (M-F, 2PM-3PM ET) and co-anchor of CNBC’s “Worldwide Exchange” (M-F, 5AM-6AM ET), both of which broadcast from CNBC Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. She joined CNBC in December 2013 as a correspondent, focusing on the global consumer.

Prior to CNBC, Eisen was co-anchor of “Bloomberg Surveillance” as well as a correspondent for Bloomberg Television, where she covered global macroeconomics, policy and business. During that time, she covered the European debt crisis, the tsunami aftermath and Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan. Eisen also hosted the Bloomberg Radio program, “On the Economy.”

She is the editor of “Currencies After the Crash: The Uncertain Future of the Global Paper-Based Currency System” published by McGraw-Hill in Jan. 2013.

Eisen holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism with a concentration in business reporting from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Jon Fortt

Jon Fortt is co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk Alley" (M-F, 11AM-12PM ET) broadcast live from the New York Stock Exchange. Previously, he was an on-air editor based at CNBC's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Fortt joined CNBC as technology correspondent in July 2010, working from CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau where he covered the companies, start-ups and trends that are driving innovation in the industry. He also contributes to CNBC.com.

He came to CNBC from Fortune magazine, where as a senior writer he covered both large technology companies— such as Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, and Microsoft—and trends, including cloud computing and the smartphone revolution.

Before joining Fortune in 2007, Fortt was a senior editor at Business 2.0magazine where he produced the "What Works" section.

From 1999 to 2006, Fortt wrote and edited at the San Jose Mercury News, Silicon Valley's hometown newspaper. There he contributed to several efforts that won awards from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

As a personal technology writer, his coverage duties included Apple, Palm and Adobe. He also served in roles outside the business department, covering education, editing local news and developing technology strategy. As the newspaper's senior Web editor, he helped develop a blog and podcast network, managed the creation of multimedia projects and served on the board of the Associated Press Managing Editors.

Fortt graduated from DePauw University as a Media Fellow, with a B.A. in English.

Follow Jon Fortt on Twitter @jonfortt. Listen to his podcast, Fortt Knox.

Deirdre Bosa

Deirdre Bosa re-joined CNBC in October 2016 as a technology reporter based at the network's San Francisco bureau, CNBC@1Market.

Previously, she was a frequent presence on air and online as a CNBC contributor, reporting out of Vancouver, Canada.

Bosa joined CNBC in 2012 covering the markets and economies of London and Singapore. She has co-anchored morning programs including "Squawk Box Asia," "Squawk Box Europe," and "Worldwide Exchange."

Bosa has reported from events including the World Economic Forum in Davos and CeBIT in Germany and interviewed some of the world's key business figures including Richard Branson, James Gorman, Arianna Huffington, Bob Diamond and Bill McDermott.

Prior to CNBC, Bosa was an anchor and reporter for CCTV News International based in Beijing, as well as a contributor to Fox Business News. Deirdre also worked for several multinational corporations including Barrick Gold in Toronto and Rio Tinto in Shanghai.

Deirdre Bosa is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Canada and University of Hong Kong's Masters of Journalism program.

Contessa Brewer

Contessa Brewer joined CNBC full time as a correspondent and fill-in anchor in 2017. She has covered major news stories for the network including the 2016 presidential election, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, among others.

A National Emmy-Award winning journalist, Brewer is known for her marathon on-air coverage of breaking news and big political stories. While an anchor for MSNBC, she hosted daily news programs and the long-running, primetime series "Caught on Camera." As a correspondent, Brewer has contributed reports to CBS News, CBSN, WNBC, NBC News and MSNBC, where she covered a wide range of stories including presidential elections, debt ceilings, government shutdowns, hurricanes, terror attacks and celebrity news. She began her career in Reno, NV followed by Palm Springs, CA and Milwaukee, WI.

Brewer is a Remembrance Scholar and magna cum laude graduate of Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication and Honors Program. She's narrated several audiobooks and resides in New York with her husband, twin sons and a dappled dachshund.

Tyler Mathisen

Tyler Mathisen co-anchors CNBC's "Power Lunch" (M-F, 1PM-3PM ET), one of the network's longest running program franchises. He is also Vice President, Events Strategy for CNBC, working closely with the network's events team to grow the rapidly expanding business.

Previously, Mathisen was co-anchor of "Nightly Business Report," an award-winning evening business news program produced by CNBC for U.S. public television. In 2014, NBR was named best radio/TV show by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW). Since joining CNBC in 1997, Mathisen has held a number of positions including managing editor of CNBC Business News, responsible for directing the network's daily content and coverage. He was also co-anchor of CNBC's "Closing Bell."

Mathisen has reported one-hour documentaries for the network including "Best Buy: The Big Box Fights Back," "Supermarkets Inc: Inside a $500 Billion Money Machine" and "Death: It's a Living." Mathisen was also host of the CNBC series "How I Made My Millions."

Prior to CNBC, Mathisen spent 15 years as a writer, senior editor and top editor for Money magazine. Among other duties, he supervised the magazine's mutual funds coverage, its annual investment forecast issue and its expansion into electronic journalism, for which it won the first-ever National Magazine Award for New Media in 1997.

In 1993, Mathisen won the American University-Investment Company Institute Award for Personal Finance Journalism for a televised series on "Caring for Aging Parents," which aired on ABC's "Good Morning America." Mathisen served as money editor of "GMA" from 1991 to 1997. He also won an Emmy Award for a report on the 1987 stock market crash that aired on New York's WCBS-TV.

A native of Arlington,Va., Mathisen graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia.

Sharon Epperson

Sharon Epperson, named one of “12 to Watch in TV News,” can be seen regularly on CNBC television and other media platforms.

As CNBC’s senior personal finance correspondent, Epperson covers the many facets of how people manage, grow and protect their money. Her expertise includes saving and investing for retirement, paying for college, managing mortgage, student loan, credit card and other debt, and building a financial legacy through estate planning.

Preparing your finances for the unexpected is another critical (and personal) aspect of her reporting. In September 2016, Epperson sustained a ruptured brain aneurysm and she nearly lost her life. She has become a staunch advocate for health and wellness issues, raising awareness about brain aneurysms and funding for research. In September 2018, she and her family established “The Sharon Epperson Chair of Research” through the Brain Aneurysm Foundation to provide grants for research on early detection and innovative treatments.

Epperson is a lead contributor to “Invest in You: Ready. Set. Grow.,” a multi-platform financial wellness and education initiative at CNBC in partnership with the micro-investing app Acorns, and developed its companion 8-week learning course and weekly newsletter, “Invest in You: Money 101.” She also contributes to NBC’s TODAY and NBC Nightly News as well as Today.com and NBCNews.com.

Her book, The Big Payoff: 8 Steps Couples Can Take to Make the Most of Their Money-and Live Richly Ever After, was a finalist for the Books for a Better Life Awards, honoring works that have “changed the lives of millions.” She also was a contributing writer for The Experts’ Guide to Doing Things Faster. Her personal finance expertise has been featured in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, USA Weekend, Self, Essence, Ebony and TIME, where she had covered business, culture, social issues and health as a correspondent prior to joining CNBC.

Epperson has numerous industry and civic awards, including the Special Achievement Award from the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) and the Savvy Inspiration Award from the non-profit, financial empowerment group Savvy Ladies. She won an Alliance for Women in Media’s Gracie Award for Outstanding Online Host for her “Financial Advisor Playbook” video series on CNBC.com. She has received the Vanguard Award for her distinguished career in business and personal finance reporting from the National Urban League Guild, and the All-Star Award from the Association of Women in Communications. She also has won awards from the New York Festivals, the New York Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Black Journalists.

Epperson is committed to improving financial literacy, particularly in underserved communities. She was invited to the White House during President Obama’s administration to speak about financial literacy and to moderate a public meeting of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability at the U.S. Treasury Department. She also speaks frequently at conferences and events for local and national organizations, colleges and universities about many facets of personal finance.

An adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Epperson has also taught courses at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She enjoys teaching the importance of budgeting and building long-term savings as part of her professional development courses for graduate students.

Epperson received her bachelor’s in sociology and government from Harvard University, a master of international affairs degree from Columbia University, and an honorary doctorate from Carlow University in Pittsburgh. A Pittsburgh native, she has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame at Taylor Allderdice High School, her alma mater.

She currently lives with her husband and two children in Westchester County, N.Y.

Todd Ford

Todd is the chief financial officer (CFO) of Coupa where he oversees the company’s financial operations. During his tenure, he led the company through a successful IPO and grew revenue to $260 million in the latest fiscal year ended January 31, 2019. Under his leadership, Coupa has grown to become a multi-billion public dollar company driving measurable value for enterprises around the world.

Prior to Coupa, Todd served as the CFO of MobileIron, where he was responsible for financial planning and analysis, accounting, treasury activities, and investor relations. Prior to that, Todd was a Founding General Partner at Broken Arrow Venture Capital, where he invested in early-stage companies. He also served as CFO and President of Rackable Systems, Inc. (now Silicon Graphics International Corp) where he led the company from $20 million in revenue to more than $350 million in revenue as a publicly-traded company. Todd began his career with Arthur Andersen and Ernst & Young. He earned a B.S. in Accounting from Santa Clara University. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for Performant Financial Corporation and 8x8 Inc. and is a member of the CNBC CFO Council.

Kourtney Gibson

Kourtney Gibson is President of Loop Capital Markets. She oversees all brand-building efforts at Loop Capital, including the cultivation and enhancement of strategic client relationships across the firm’s various business lines. Ms. Gibson works closely with Loop Capital’s Chairman and CEO in identifying and pursuing firmwide opportunities for growth and operational improvement. Ms. Gibson serves on Loop Capital’s Management and Fairness and Valuation Committees.
Possessing nearly 20 years of experience, Ms. Gibson has extensive knowledge and involvement across all of Loop Capital's platforms and is intricately involved in the firm’s growth. In 1997, Loop Capital’s founding year, Ms. Gibson was an intern at the firm. By 2003, she began her ascension within the ranks of the firm as a corporate investment banking associate. In 2004, she pivoted, and began working directly for the CEO on various internal and external strategic initiatives. One year later, she was appointed head of equity sales and ultimately head of the entire equity division, which she was responsible for taking global just three years after her appointment. In 2015, she would also become responsible for heading the firm’s taxable fixed income division, which would report substantial growth in the 24 months that followed. Finally, in 2016, she was named President of Loop Capital Markets. Ms. Gibson is a CNBC Contributor who provides insight, analysis and outlook on the markets for various shows on the network.
Ms. Gibson received a Master's of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Miami. In addition, she is a member of The Economic Club of Chicago and the Treasury Market Practices Group sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Ms. Gibson sits on the board of trustees at the University of Miami, where she serves on the Executive Committee and Investment Committee, and Viterbo University, where she serves on the Finance Committee. She also serves on the board of the Dibia Dream Foundation and is Chairman of the board of the Chicago Scholars Foundation. She holds Series 7, 57, 24 and 63 FINRA registrations.

Johnny Taylor

Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, is President and Chief Executive Officer of SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management. With over 300,000 members in 165 countries, SHRM is the largest HR professional association in the world, impacting the lives of 115 million workers every day.

As a global leader on the future of employment, culture and leadership, Mr. Taylor is a sought-after voice on all matters affecting work, workers and the workplace. He is frequently asked to testify before Congress on critical workforce issues and authors a weekly column, "Ask HR," in USA Today.

Mr. Taylor's career spans over 20 years as a lawyer, human resources executive and CEO in both the not-for-profit and for-profit space. He has held senior and chief executive roles at IAC/Interactive Corp, Viacom's Paramount Pictures and Blockbuster Entertainment Group, McGuireWoods LLC, and Compass Group USA. Most recently, Mr. Taylor was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

He is a member of the White House American Workforce Policy Advisory Board and was appointed by President Donald Trump as Chairman of the President's Advisory Board on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He serves on the boards of the University of Miami, Jobs for America's Graduates and the American Red Cross. He is licensed to practice law in Florida, Illinois and Washington, D.C.

Dantaya Williams

Dantaya Williams is the chief human resources officer of Raytheon Technologies. She is responsible for the company’s Global Human Resources function, which is focused on talent management, diversity and inclusion, employee relations, total rewards and employee experience.

Williams, who joined United Technologies Corp. prior to the company’s 2020 merger with Raytheon Company, has more than 20 years of human resources experience and leadership, most recently holding the position of vice president of human resources for Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines.

Prior to that, Williams held a leadership position at UTC, where she established the company’s Talent, Inclusion and Engagement organization. She has also held numerous positions across UTC’s Carrier division with a focus on labor relations.

For her commitment to serving the community, Williams received the 2019 Maria Miller Stewart - One Woman Makes a Difference Award from the Connecticut Women’s Education & Legal Fund. In 2013, she joined the board of trustees for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hartford and chaired the board’s HR committee and served on both the governance and executive committees. Williams is currently on the board of directors for YWCA Hartford region and The Connecticut Forum.

Williams earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Labor Relations & Human Resources both from Michigan State University where she now serves as vice chair of the advisory board for the University’s School of Human Resources and Labor Relations.

Emily M. Dickens, J.D.

Emily M. Dickens, J.D., serves as SHRM's Corporate Secretary, Chief of Staff and Head of Government Affairs. She is the executive responsible for coordinating staff to implement the CEO's vision, the liaison for the SHRM Board and subsidiary boards, and executive with oversight of external partnerships, public policy, government affairs, and administrative services.

Dickens is an attorney with significant and progressive experience in government, higher education and the non-profit sector. She has served as a member of the leadership team at the University of North Carolina system, the Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Her prior roles include general counsel, chief relationship officer, senior vice president, vice president for public policy and assistant vice president for federal relations. Dickens has also worked at Duke University and Fayetteville State University in administrative and external affairs roles.

Emily is actively engaged in board service. She is currently a member of Strategic Education, Inc. HIRE Advisory Board; the Board of National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL); the Advisory Council of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI); the Advisory Board of the College of Arts and Sciences at North Carolina Central University; and chairs the International HBCU Task Force for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

She is a graduate of North Carolina Central University and North Carolina Central University School of Law.

Jen Cambridge

Jen Cambridge brings over 20 Years of Customer Care and wireless experience to T-Mobile. As VP of Frontline Systems & Experience, Jen continues to lead the transformative “Team of Experts” strategy -- putting customers first and turning the traditional support paradigm on its head.

Starting out as a frontline rep in the wireless industry, Jen moved to T-Mobile, embodying the “Un-carrier” to challenge industry trends and the status quo. Despite delivering record-breaking scores and awards for customer service in 2015, Jen challenged her teams to redefine T-Mobile’s Care setup, KPI scorecard, and system infrastructure with the goal of solving customer and employee pain points. The result? Team of Experts.

Since being unveiled in 2018, businesses worldwide have visited T-Mobile Experience Centers to find out more and apply learnings to their own industry. Through Team of Experts, T-Mobile became one of the first companies to support asynchronous messaging, built IP for routing and desktop technology, and trailblazed a new way for measuring customer support success, swapping out average handle time for more holistic KPIs including a team-based P&L statement.

Jen and her family live in the Seattle area close to the T-Mobile headquarters in Bellevue, WA. In the wireless industry, Jen is known for being a champion of T-Mobile’s Care frontline and is an advocate for its Diversity and Inclusion Networks. Jen was also pivotal in moving more than 12,000 Care reps in 17 domestic call centers to a work from home model, all while juggling the impacts of COVID on her own life. Outside of the office, Jen enjoys spending time with her friends and family, traveling, and attending local Pacific Northwest events like the ballet.

Shibani Joshi

Shibani Joshi is an experienced journalist who has covered business, technology and general news for global media outlets including ABC News, Fox News Channel, Yahoo! Finance and Huffington Post. She provides commentary on business, technology and lifestyle topics and hosts events for leading corporations.

Previously, Shibani anchored a daily markets show and had her own dedicated segment on TV called “Joshi on Tech” on the Fox Business Network in New York City. In her almost 6-year tenure, she evolved into the dedicated on-air tech reporter at both Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network.

Shibani also reported extensively live on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and NYMex exchanges, covering the 2008 market crash, historic interest rate cuts, record oil prices and the biggest point drop in Dow history (at the time).

Throughout her career, Shibani has interviewed large-cap tech CEOs and executives from companies including Apple, Qualcomm, Google, Sony and Ebay. She has also interviewed execs from Uber, Dropbox, Rent the Runway and Angie’s List in their early stages.

Her unique business perspective stems from real-world corporate experience and a distinguished business education. After double majoring in finance and accounting, she worked as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley in New York City, where she focused on corporate finance and M&A projects.

Joshi later moved on to Disney/ABC Media Networks, where she was the firm’s Senior Manager of Digital Strategy. In 2014, she created ShibanionTech.com, a blog focused on stories at the intersection of lifestyle and technology.
Shibani teaches at the University of Oklahoma, sits on the Board of Advisors for the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, and served as a Trustee to The Children’s School in La Jolla, California.

Shibani is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and holds an MBA from The Harvard Business School. She currently lives in the Bay Area with her 3 children.

Dr. John Boudreau

Dr. John Boudreau, Professor Emeritus of Management and Organization, Senior Research Scientist, Center for Effective Organizations, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California

Dr. John Boudreau is recognized worldwide as one of the leading evidence-based visionaries on the future of work and organization, through breakthrough research on the bridge between work, superior human capital, leadership and sustainable competitive advantage. His large-scale research studies and focused field research addresses the future of work and the global HR profession, work automation, HR measurement and analytics, decision-based HR, executive mobility, HR information systems and organizational staffing and development.

Dr. Boudreau has published more than 50 books and articles, and his research has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and Business Week.

Greg Pryor Pryor

Greg Pryor is senior vice president, people and performance evangelist at Workday, responsible for applying Workday’s technology to optimize the company’s internal talent management programs, including leadership and manager effectiveness, learning management, career engagement and performance enablement.

Before joining Workday, Greg served as the vice president of talent for Juniper Networks where he helped create Juniper’s Talent Matters practice that has been featured as an innovative performance management practice by the Corporate Executive Board, Mercer, Bersin by Deloitte, Fortune, and Strategy & Business. Greg also served as head of talent management for Merrill Lynch’s Global Technology and Operations function and as partner for Accenture’s Human Performance Practice.

Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in speech with a focus on business and organizational communication from Emerson College. Greg is a founding member and research lead for the Connected Commons, an open source community that applies social network science to organization effectiveness.

AGENDA

11:45am EDT

Doors Open

12:00pm EDT

Programming Begins

COVID Latest News: What it Means for Business & the Workforce
The avalanche of recent COVID-19 news – White House positive test confirmations, the President’s hospitalization – has put sharp focus on the very real, ongoing threat of the novel coronavirus. We’ll put into context what the news means for you and your employees and discuss best practices for staying safe and healthy, both physically and mentally.  
Dr. Ashish K. Jha
, Dean, Brown University School of Public Health
Interviewer: Tyler Mathisen, “Power Lunch” Co-Anchor and Vice President, Events Strategy, CNBC

 

Past, Present, Future: Work in a Post-COVID World
Where we’ve been and where we are gives us a roadmap to where we are going. Join us in a conversation bridging the evolution of work with our current experiences… and what it all means for the workforce of the future.
James Manyika, Senior Partner, McKinsey; Chairman, McKinsey Global Institute
James Suzman, anthropologist and author of “WORK: From the Stone Age to the Age of Robots”
Interviewer: Jon Fortt, “Squawk Alley” Co-Anchor, CNBC

 

Strategy Session
Detours and the Path Ahead – A Tech Roadmap
The past months saw a race toward large-scale digitization and the fast-tracking of projects to support a suddenly remote workforce. Pre-pandemic priorities took a back seat as the focus shifted to more urgent needs. Now that we’ve settled into new norms, discover the technology imperatives that will drive optimal outcomes in the months and years ahead.
Minsok Pak, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer, Mondelêz International
Interviewer: Sara Eisen, “Closing Bell” Co-Anchor, CNBC

 

Strategy Session
Investing for the Future – The Finance Agenda
The role of the CFO is never more central to an organization’s ability to flourish than in times of an economy disrupted. Inherent in every decision are high levels of complexity and risk. Every choice to invest in one area means cutting back in another. Hear how one leading CFO is navigating today and planning for tomorrow.
Vasant Prabhu, Vice Chairman and CFO, Visa
Interviewer: Kate Rooney, Reporter, CNBC

 

Calm in Crisis: Managing Through Times of Dramatic Change
Ellen Kullman is no stranger to a tough challenge. She became chairman and CEO of DuPont mere months after the Lehman Brothers collapse. She steered the company through a very public activist campaign. She set sights on tackling the vast corporate leadership gender gap as co-Chair of Paradigm for Parity. And she assumed the CEO seat at 3D-printing unicorn Carbon just before the pandemic swept the globe. Learn Ellen’s secrets for surviving a crisis and the skills leaders must hone to succeed.
Ellen Kullman, President and CEO, Carbon
Interviewer: Tyler Mathisen, “Power Lunch” Co-Anchor and Vice President, Events Strategy, CNBC

 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

Where We Work: Office Space after COVID
Tackling the complexities of bringing people safely back to the office is a defining challenge of our uncertain times. What are the technical hurdles and opportunities? What is the financial burden? Will towering corporate headquarters in major urban centers become relics of the past? We’ll journey into the future and discuss new visions for how and where we work.
Vishaan Chakrabarti, Dean, University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design
Jennifer Kolstad, Global Design Director, Ford Motor Company
Moderator: Contessa Brewer, Correspondent, CNBC

 

IDEAS for a Changing World
Programmed and Sponsored by Workday
Technological advances, the widening skills gap, shifting workforce expectations, and demand for next-level agility and performance have dramatically accelerated the urgency for organizations to lean in on the next big IDEAS in Human Capital Management. We’ll discuss how to “level up” in five key areas: Inclusion and Belonging, Digital Acceleration, Enabling Experiences, Agile Organizations, and Skills-Based Talent Development.
Dr. John Boudreau
, Professor Emeritus of Management and Organization, Senior Research Scientist, Center for Effective Organizations, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
Moderator: Greg Pryor, SVP People and Performance Evangelist, Workday

 

It’s In Our Hands — Together Forward @Work
Programmed and Sponsored by SHRM
It’s time for equality for all, across every area of society. This session will feature an executive discussion about the need for racial equity in the workplace. Attendees will learn key practices that can immediately be implemented in the workplaces of today to ensure organization-wide stand against all forms of social injustice. The session will also highlight unique professional talents that inspire a better world tomorrow.
Johnny Taylor, President and CEO, SHRM
Dantaya Williams
, CHRO, Raytheon Technologies
Moderator: Emily Dickens, JD, Corporate Secretary, Chief of Staff and Head of Government Relations, SHRM

Meeting of Minds: Behind the Scenes with the CEOs of Box, Okta & Slack
As the pandemic’s spread triggered business disruptions that no one could have predicted, these three CEOs leaned on each other to help solve problems big and small. In this candid window into their weekly chats, they’ll talk successes, misses… and some WFH tech fails. Get the inside track on how these top tech leaders are managing their businesses during one of the most disruptive times in history.
Aaron Levie, Co-Founder and CEO, Box
Todd McKinnon, Co-Founder and CEO, Okta
Stewart Butterfield, Co-Founder and CEO, Slack
Interviewer: Deirdre Bosa, Technology Reporter, CNBC

 

Strategy Session
Trust and Transparency in the New Normal – The Talent Equation
During times of rapid change, the ability to communicate clearly and effectively is critical. Instilling trust amidst uncertainty is an imperative. What happens to corporate culture when people aren’t in one place? How do management teams connect meaningfully with a dispersed workforce? Leading executives from Walmart and Intel discuss ideas for overcoming these obstacles and setting a workforce-first agenda against a backdrop of continued unknowns.
Donna Morris, EVP and Chief People Officer, Walmart
Sandra Rivera, EVP and Chief People Officer, Intel Corporation
Interviewer: Jon Fortt, “Squawk Alley” Co-Anchor, CNBC

 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

The Inequality Equation: Seeing Our Blind Spots
The inherent biases we possess impact many aspects of our work lives, including hiring, team building, management, and technology development. In this interactive session, explore ways to recognize our biases and avoid encoding inequity into the future of our work and workforce.
Stephanie Creary, Assistant Professor of Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Moderator: Sharon Epperson, Senior Correspondent, CNBC

 

The New Operational C-Suite
Programmed and Sponsored by Coupa Software
To tackle today’s economic climate, CFOs must rapidly pivot their role to one who is forward-looking and operational. This is the essential DNA of successful finance leaders for the foreseeable future. This session will explore the role of the operational CFO and the imperative of driving digital transformation for operational agility and efficiency, the new urgency around mitigating supplier risk, and new methods to better control the bottom line through smarter working capital management.
Todd Ford, CFO, Coupa Software
Moderator: Kourtney Gibson, President, Loop Capital Markets

 

Strengthening Connections to Customers Amid Forces of Massive Change
Programmed and Sponsored by T-Mobile for Business
Real customer service takes real people. No one knows this better than Jen Cambridge. As a key leader behind T-Mobile’s Team of Experts strategy, she’s cutting out the robots and transfers and connecting customers to the right person — the first time. With two decades of care experience under her belt, Jen will share her insights and wisdom – which is all about turning the traditional customer service paradigm on its head.
Jen Cambridge, VP of Frontline Systems & Experience, T-Mobile
Moderator: Shibani Joshi, Business Journalist

 

A Plan of Action: Ending Racial Inequity
As the Ford Foundation eloquently states, “Justice begins where inequality ends.” What is the private sector’s role in advancing social justice? How can business leaders work to disrupt systemic inequity and create measurable, lasting change? The time is now to make the conscious choices that will build better opportunities for workers today and generations to come.
Darren Walker, President, Ford Foundation
Interviewer: Sharon Epperson, Senior Correspondent, CNBC

 

Mental Health in Focus
After a year of so much uncertainty and complexity, employers are grappling with the effects 2020 has had on the mental health of employees. One expert will test your knowledge and offer up tips on how to spot signs of stress and trauma in workers and get them the help they need.
Luana Marques, Clinical Psychologist, Massachusetts General Hospital; Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School

 

Organizational Resilience: From Surviving to Thriving
No one could have completely predicted the series of events that brought us to where we are today. At first, the mode was one of survival: What changes can we make immediately to ensure workforce safety and keep the lights on? Now, the mode is how to thrive. Cisco’s CEO and Chief People Officer share their experiences, strategies, and outlook for building a better tomorrow, despite what challenges may still lie ahead.
Francine Katsoudas, EVP and Chief People Officer, Cisco
Chuck Robbins, Chairman and CEO, Cisco
Interviewer: Jon Fortt, “Squawk Alley” Co-Anchor, CNBC

3:30pm EDT

Event Concludes

WHY IT MATTERS

One thing we’ve learned in the first two years of @Work is the critical role of collaboration in creating the great companies of the future. This October in New York, we're bringing leaders together from across functions to explore the ways great leaders are working together to transform their organizations.

WHY ATTEND

To be effective in today’s rapidly changing business environment, companies need to be agile, innovative, and collaborative. The @Work Summit will examine the best ways to break down silos, recruit and retain the best workers and leverage new technologies to achieve better performance.

WHO WILL BE THERE

CEOs, CTOs, CFOs, CHROs and other top executives leading digital transformation, and preparing their companies and employees for the future.

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