In the interest of both emergency preparedness and prevention against the coronavirus, the NACD Carolinas Chapter has made the difficult decision to postpone the April 2nd program on Digital Innovation for the safety of our esteemed speakers, members, and guests. We will update you as soon as a new date is secured. Thank you for your understanding.
EY Wavespace Innovation Center 1422 S. Tryon Suite 400 Charlotte, NC
Across industries, directors recognize the disruptive potential of new business models enabled by emerging technologies. Boards play a critical role in guiding firms toward successful transformation. As a result, they are actively reassessing their oversight responsibilities in governing digital transformation initiatives. Directors need to understand how to think about disruption, with its potential value and risk.
What questions directors should be raising with management about what is on the horizon for their companies, and about the nature and impact of those changes?
How is digital transformation changing your industry and impacting your organization?
How do board members keep up with all of the new technologies, business models and process innovations?
How to you get to the unknown unknowns?
How well is your organization prepared to address the strategic impacts of new technologies?
How does your board assess your firms leadership, talent and culture readiness for technological change?
Do you understand the organization’s transformation strategy?
Is the board receiving updates on relevant regulatory risks?
How does your board approach emerging technology strategically rather than operationally?
What is the board's role in shaping the digital direction of the company?
Join the NACD Carolinas Chapter, your director peers and our expert panel for a lively discussion on how leading boards are rethinking strategy and enabling innovation.
Dr. Bordoloi, is the Managing Partner of I-Square Ventures where he utilizes 25+ years of business and technology strategy experience to advise Fortune 500 Companies, Corporate Venture Capital funds and Private Equity funds on Artificial Intelligence (AI) investments that impact global growth. He also serves as a Director on the Boards of The National Cybersecurity Society and Top Patch Inc. -- a private equity backed internet of things (IoT) company focused on regulatory compliance.
Partner, Strategy and Customer Practices, EY Advisory Services
Kris has 25 years of management consulting, auditing/financial analysis, and board of director experience. She currently focuses on the board agenda including: the board’s role in strategy definition, disruptive innovation, board performance and culture, and long-term value. She is as an expert in large-scale business transformation associated with business process and system integration efforts. Expertise includes strategy consulting, customer journey/experience, sales and services processes, value realization/financial engineering, organization change, and technology-driven transformation.
Mr. Shah is Vice Chairman of Morae Global Corporation and on the Board of Ad visors of the Cyber Security program at the Rutgers Center for Innovation Education. He is also Chairman of Yuva, which has transformed 1,500 impoverished municipal schools, impacting the lives of 600,000+ underprivileged children. Previously, Mr. Shah was the Founder and CEO of Inc. 5000-listed Clutch Group, a leading Artificial Intelligence-powered Big Data Analytics firm. Earlier, he worked with Accenture and Mphasis. Mr. Shah holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and has completed the Eisenhower Leadership Development program led by former US President George H.W. Bush, the Artificial Intelligence program from MIT, the Making Corporate Boards More Effective program from Harvard Business School and the Board Leadership Fellowship from NACD.
EVP and Chief Digital and Technology Officer, Novant Health
Angela Yochem is executive vice president and chief digital and technology officer for Novant Health. She develops the strategic vision for how Novant Health uses technology to engage patients, empower team members and improve the healthcare experience for the communities we serve. She leads the implementation of digital solutions across the system including experimentation, design, development, operations, support, virtual health, and partnerships. She previously served as chief information officer and executive vice president for a multi-billion dollar retail organization with more than 4,000 locations, where she created new digital retail channels and transformed the tech capability. Yochem has also served as chief information officer, digital product line executive and executive team member of a multi-billion dollar global logistics company spanning 140 countries, global chief technology officer for one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies and a senior executive for one of the world’s largest technology companies, where she built revenue-generating technology services.