We do not live in an era of change but in a change of era. Transforming tomorrow’s business while optimizing today’s. After all, in the short term, today’s business must go on. This calls for a true juggling act on the part of large companies’ leadership: the courage and vision to let go of existing practices, experimenting, failing and adapting. All while continuing to produce results today.
Wonder 2019 explores the multitude of choices and dilemmas faced by the boards of large companies. How do you choose the right balance between today’s and tomorrow’s business and between cherishing the past and embracing the future? What is (not) important and what is (not) urgent? What is too little and what is too much? Why do we do the things we do and will they still be relevant to our customers in two, five or ten years’ time? Is the way you have become successful as a leader still effective in tomorrow’s organization?
Host of the day Ronnie Overgoor, together with three keynote speakers, will let you Wonder… about Transformation. Wonder 19 is an invitation-only event for C-level and senior leaders who are interested and involved in customer-centric transformation.
We have lined up 3 inspiring speakers!
Quintin Schevernels, CEO Funda. Quintin is an experienced corporate leader and digital entrepreneur. Currently he is the CEO of Funda, the largest housing search site in the Netherlands. As an entrepreneur Quintin is always searching for new value propositions and business models. Transforming culture and operating models are essential keys to success in Quintins work.
Dorkas Koenen, CMO Rabobank. Dorkas is one of the most renowned Chief Marketing Officers in the Netherlands, currently responsible for marketing at Rabobank. He recently developed a new, purpose driven client philosophy and is transforming the way of doing marketing accordingly. His dream is to make everyone at Rabobank a marketer who acts in the customers best interest.
Pamela Pavliscak, Faculty Pratt institute NYE. The future of digital is human. The rise of technology has a huge impact on business, organizations and people. Pamela is helping organizations to design human centered and empathetic technology. With her innovation studio Change Sciences Pamela has worked for companies like Google, Ikea, and Virgin.