Digital Transformation Masterclass
with Professor Niall McKeown
at Cyber Expo & Conference Ireland 2022
Sponsored by Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet
Digital Transformation is not a technology question - It is a leadership question
Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands to change almost every industry over the coming 5 years. Leaders, managers and decision makers need to know how to navigate the Digital Transformation landscape.
There are many elements needed in a successful Digital Transformation programme, but the reality is that 70% fail.
This masterclass with world renowned industry expert Professor Niall McKeown will demystify the process by taking you through a whistle-stop tour of the 5 change blocks for successful Digital Transformation.
What to Expect
This will be a very entertaining and interactive session where you will get the opportunity to score your business and its performance in the digital economy. The results constantly amaze people.
The session is designed for a non-technical audience and we will have time for Q&A at the end.
Presenter: Prof. Niall McKeown
Prof. Niall McKeown is CEO of Ionology and creator of several of the world’s most advanced and widely used digital transformation frameworks and models. An award-winning strategy consultant, world renowned thought-leader and in-demand public speaker on digital transformation and artificial intelligence – Niall has a 22-year track record of delivering game-changing strategies for public and private sector organisations across the globe. He is a visiting Professor at Ulster University and lectures at the Møller Institute, University of Cambridge. He is also the writer and presenter of the world’s most watched YouTube channel on digital transformation.
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