Monitor Reveals Speaker Lineup for Disrupted+ Newport Beach Conference
JAN 15, 2020 - 7:00 am
Monitor announced the lineup of speakers for the next stop in its Disrupted+ conference series, which will take place February 25 at The Resort at Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, CA.
The conference will new case study forum conducted by industry leaders detailing the trials and tribulations of intentional disruption and trend analyses.
Deb Reuben, president, Reuben Creative will deliver the opening keynote & serve as moderator of the conference.
Jeff Willmore, founder & principal, The Entrepreneurship, Accomplishment & Autonomy Course will deliver the keynote, instructing attendees how to quit relying on ordinary and prevalent business knowledge inherited from the past and learn to “engage your mind” in new ways. Willmore will discuss how to invent a new, compelling future for yourself and your company, and create powerful approaches to your current challenges distinct from relying on conventional wisdom and tired truisms.
Speakers & Case Presenters
Charles Anderson, CEO & co-founder of Currency Capital will share his experience of boldly leading and re-architecting a company culture for disruption.
Steve Riggs, president of DLL Advanced Solutions, will discuss changing the game: Cultural, Industry, and business disruption through usage-based models innovation.
Denis Stypulkoski, SVP/chief information officer, Commercial Division of TIAA Bank will focus on the mindset shift of digital architecture, culture and delivery.
Tawnya Stone, vice president, Strategic Technology, GreatAmerica Financial Services will share how to design a customer-first innovation and technology strategy
Lisa Rafter, publisher, Monitor and Yoshi Mua, Principal, MMedia will share their journey of transforming the Monitor from a publishing company to a media company.
Early bird pricing is available until January 24, so register now!
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