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Studies show that the major reasons why digital transformations fail are:
inability to apply the right data and analytics
not attracting the right talent, and
fighting the legacy battle
… but no one is shining a light on these issues for association leaders.
digitalNow 2018, together with our Advisory Group and your association leadership peers are putting your digital transformation readiness under the microscope and giving you solid, actionable tools for your success.
We proudly present:
This innovative program is being presented on Day Three of digitalNow 2018.
Discover the innovative Member/Customer Equity Analytics tool and checklists from Allison Hartsoe, Founder & CEO of Ambition Data
Collaborate with world-renowned thought leaders such as Anh Phillips, Digital Transformation Research Lead, Deloitte Center for Integrated Research, who will lead off with her presentation, Achieving Digital Transformation: Culture, Talent, and Learning
President & CEO, AIIM
Senior Executive Consultant
President & CEO, PMI
David Schutt, Ph.D.
CEO, SAE Group
Principal, Digital Transformation Readiness Assessment (DTRA) model, Past Chief Learning Officer, AAOS
Matt Loeb, CAE
CEO, Maryland Association of CPAs
This is your one chance to:
- Be among the first to see new research to benchmark against other associations through our proprietary Digital Transformation Readiness Assessment
Identify how others are using data and analytics to achieve digital transformation
Learn from actual association case studies from CEOs of ISACA, SAE, PMI, and more
Understand the CEO role in leading digital transformation as an established association
Engage around the right questions with your peers regarding talent, digital integrity, robust data strategy, culture change, governance, leadership, and workforce
Bring your senior team to Austin May 7-9 to experience other groundbreaking digitalNow programming.
Participation is limited to 250 so be at the forefront of the association transformation movement.