Thoughtworks, a global technology consultancy, will host an invitation-only conference for Courageous Executives on Thursday 13th, October at the new Tate Modern: ‘Switch House’ in London. The full-day-into-evening event will cover topics surrounding disruptive technologies, transformation and how to effectively bring to order the chaos that organisations of the future now face.
The conference will feature keynotes from former Managing Director of Google Spain and Portugal, Isabel Aguilera, and esteemed data scientist Inma Martinez, and the day will be chaired by Editor, WIRED UK Edition, David Rowan. Additionally, Maneesh Subherwal, Managing Director, UK and Mark Collin, Head of Retail Europe at Thoughtworks, will moderate panels on Transformation and Business Model Innovation; Group Managing Director of Europe, Middle East and South Asia, Chris Murphy, will discuss business strategy in the age of transformation; and Head of Technology in North America, Rachel Laycock, will define the empowered technologist.
‘Thoughtworks Live is an interactive way to learn from influential leaders in our space, and network with like-minded people from the UK and Europe’, said Chris Murphy, Group Managing Director, Thoughtworks, Europe, Middle-East & South Asia. ‘From enterprise organisations to the empowered technologist, the topics covered at the conference will give a 360-degree view; from the visionary, through the strategic, to the operational, to inspire UK and European courageous leaders, whilst enabling them to face the challenges faced by future-thinking businesses.’
Throughout the day, attendees will have the chance to participate in interactive sessions, network with peers, and hear from industry luminaries and experts from Thoughtworkers who have experience in digitalising organisations and implementing transformational change programmes. Additionally, there will be private views and tours of Tate’s ‘Living Cities’ exhibition, and exclusive access to executive research.
Thoughtworks Live will take place at The New Tate Modern: 'Switch House', London. The event is limited to 120 executives from the UK and Europe.