May 26 - 27, 2022 in Austin, TX

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Overview

For many of us, life seems to have been on hold for nearly two years. The pandemic has forced organizations to rethink every aspect of their business, embracing a new level of creativity to adapt to this new world. 

With this, we should not be surprised that some organizations will emerge from this crisis stronger, more agile, more creative, and more resilient than ever before. It is similar to the metamorphosis of a caterpillar transforming into a fluttering butterfly: change can bring a beautiful, new beginning.

  • So what lessons has the crisis taught us?
  • What are the prerequisites for success in the post-pandemic era?
  • How is technology enabling this reinvention? 

These questions will be at the heart of this year’s Sogeti Executive Summit.

Although much is still uncertain, what is already clear is that organizations can only morph themselves into something more beautiful by looking inwards, not outwards. So, what will be your inward response to these metamorphoses?

  • From the 2D internet to the 3D metaverse
  • From wasteful production to a regenerative economy
  • From physical experiences to virtual transformations
  • From life-time employment to the gig-economy
  • From surveillance capitalism to digital happiness
  • From data processing to empathic computing

Our 2022 Sogeti Executive Summit is an invitation-only event that will feature a diverse group of inspiring speakers, exciting small-group discussions, and unique experiences to enjoy the vibrant Austin culture.

Agenda

Thursday May 26th

10:00 am
State-of-the-Art sessions; Lady Bird Ballroom III

Friday May 27th

8:00 am
Breakfast at the Lady Bird Ballroom III

Speakers

Joseph Pine: The Metamorphosis of the ‘New You’ business

As the co-author of the 1999 seminal book The Experience Economy (re-published in 2020), Pine is an internationally acclaimed speaker and management advisor to Fortune 500 companies and entrepreneurial start-ups alike.

His book explores how goods and services are no longer enough; what companies must offer today are experiences: memorable events that engage each customer in an inherently personal way.

David Rose: The Metamorphosis Towards ‘Supersight’

David Rose, MIT lecturer, inventor, and entrepreneur, draws on culture, design, travel, and music to envision future products and businesses sparked by the next generation of technology. His last book, Enchanted Objects, is the definitive book on designing the Internet of Things. Rose wrote the seminal patent on photo sharing, founded an AI company focused on computer vision, and was VP of Vision Technology at Warby Parker. He is known for translating complex technologies into delightfully intuitive new products and consulting with businesses on how to thrive during digital disruption. Rose’s work has been featured at the New York Museum of Modern Art, covered in The New York Times, WIRED, The Economist, and parodied on The Colbert Report.

Leigh McMullen: The Metamorphosis Towards Composable Business

Leigh C. McMullen is a distinguished Vice President, Analyst, and Gartner Fellow in Gartner's CEO and digital business research team. McMullen leverages his experience as both a line-of-business manager and IT leader to provide insight on navigating and making a difference within the C-suite. He specializes in the topics of influence, culture, business engagement, internal selling, and marketing & communications.

Myra LalDin: The Metamorphosis of Digital Storytelling

Myra LalDin is the CEO at VECTRE, an extended reality development company, as well as a VR/AR subject matter expert at MIT Horizon. LalDin is also the founder of Perspectives, a company that provides a visceral experience with an emotional realism that allows people to go beyond storytelling into story living. Its ambition is to close the gap in behavioural change and cultural inclusion through immersive experiences.

With a background in International business and Cognitive Psychology, LalDin spent a year as a teaching and research fellow at Harvard University. She serves on the boards of Designed by Us (through Amazon) and the National Small Business Association Leadership Council.

Lisa Wardlaw: Metamorphosis from Linear to a Non-Linear Mindset

As an executive global leader, Wardlaw is focused on creating new, sustainable revenue streams that fuel competitive positioning. How? By helping reinvent business strategy and leveraging technology with abstract thinking.

In her keynote, Wardlaw will explain why linear thinking falls short and explains the importance to shift to a non-linear mindset to avoid the common transformation/innovation trap of simply automating “as is”. Wardlaw will share the secret of who can give you the added boost of innovation electrolytes and explain how to effectively distill your innovation journey to the C-suite.

Jamie Bartlett: The Metamorphosis towards the Crypto Economy

Jamie Bartlett is a technology writer and broadcaster. His books include the best-selling Dark Net, Radicals, and The People Vs Tech. He was also featured in the the BBC2 series The Secrets of Silicon Valley and his podcast, The Missing Cryptoqueen, was #1 on iTunes and won the 2020 BBC Audio Journalism Award.

Alka Roy: The Butterfly Effect - Metamorphosis towards Responsible Innovation

Alka is a Bay Area innovator and founder of Responsible Innovation Labs. She’s also an investor and leader who has built and launched over 100+ Wireless, Cloud & Conversational AI products. From a tech side you can definitely say she’s made her hands dirty. Alka is on the 100 Brilliant Women in AI & Ethics List and lectured at the University of Berkeley. Two questions preoccupy her: How are we designing our future? And how is that design, designing us?

Alka will walk through what the new rules of the new game. What would our world look like if we changed the rules of the game and organized it in a way that builds awesome communities and teams and awesome technology & products?

Andrew Mangan: Metamorphosis towards the circular economy

Andrew Mangan is the founder of the US Business Council for sustainable development, launched in 1992. He is a pioneer and was definitely ahead of the curve. Andrew runs projects to create value through economic returns and environmental and societal benefits.

He strongly beliefs that cross-industry collaboration is the way forward towards a circular economy. One of his projects is Materials Marketplace. An Award Winning platform to facilitate Business to Business Reuse.

Watch Joe Pine in discussion with Michiel Boreel, CTO at Sogeti

 

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Watch David Rose in discussion with Michiel Boreel, CTO at Sogeti 

 

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Watch Jamie Bartlett in discussion with Michiel Boreel, CTO at Sogeti

 

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Watch Andrew Mangan in discussion with Menno van Doorn, Research director SogetiLabs

 

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Watch Alka Roy in discussion with Menno van Doorn, Research director SogetiLabs

 

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Watch Sebastien Lehnherr in discussion with Menno van Doorn, Research director SogetiLabs

 

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Practical information

Location

We are excited to host our 4th annual Sogeti Executive Summit for the first time in Austin, TX!

  • Our main sessions will be held at the Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt, located in the heart of downtown Austin at 605 Davis Street Austin, TX 78701.
  • We have several special entertainment experiences planned to help you fully enjoy the vibrant Austin culture including dinner at the Driskill Hotel on Thursday May 26th.   

Logistics

The Sogeti Executive Summit is a VIP, invitation-only event reserved for our top clients.  As such, we look forward to hosting you as our special guest.

You will need to provide your own transportation to and from the hotel.  Once you arrive, our team will cover your hotel accommodations for May 26th along with all your meals throughout the Summit. 

Since our 2022 Summit is held right before the Memorial Day holiday, it’s the perfect time to extend your stay in Austin, TX. Please note: you will need to make arrangements for any additional accomodations for dates outside May 26th.

Register

Registrations are closed.

If you have any questions, please contact

Kelly Maroney
Kelly Maroney
Marketing Director at Sogeti