Micro Strategies, 1909 DIGITAL, and The Context of Things gathered a diverse collection of panelists for a virtual conference on May 8, 2020, to explore our emerging reality while offering perspectives, insights, and guidance for navigating through and beyond this unprecedented time.
This virtual conference enables you to:
- Explore uncertainty, risk, complexity, resilience, antifragility, and future-proofing from various perspectives
- Gain insight for how to confront the human, business, and technology challenges caused by the crisis
- Engage a diverse collection of panelists and discussions
To survive and thrive as a global community, we must be technology-enabled, business-focused, human-powered, and society-embracing.
In response to COVID-19, social conversations have been expansive, exploring a plethora of topics, including volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity, black swans, white swans, gray swans, gray rhinos, risk, resilience, agility, antifragility, future-proofing or future readying, disruption, innovation, systems thinking, complexity thinking, ecosystems, and much more.
From these discussions, uncertainty, risk, complexity, resilience, antifragility, and future-proofing have emerged as the dominant themes. Stream this virtual conference where panelists, representing a broad range of disciplines and businesses, explore these themes in greater depth.
Panel 1: Technology-Enabled
Panel 2: Business-Focused
Founder, SAASCollective and SaaS.eu.com
SVP and Chief Human Capital Management Officer, WCG Clinical (WIRB-Copernicus Group)
Transformation Leader and Executive, Micro Strategies
Senior Consultant, Wellingtone and Researching Antifragility in Project Management
Panel 3: Human-Powered
Panel 4: Society-Embracing
Panel 5: Future-Driven
Panel 6: Future-Driven
Chief Architect, Red Hat
Senior Technology Executive and President, Emergence of Tech
Director of Strategic Threat, DarkTrace
James M.T. Morrison
Distinguished Technologist – Cyber Security, (Former FBI Cyber Security Field Agent and Data Architect) Office of the North America CTO, HPE