Stand out above the competition and guide your organization into the future.
The mission behind Disruption by design (Dbyd) is to respond to digital disruption by taking purposeful action. Our exclusive full-day conference left business leaders inspired by keynotes and industry experts exploring the topics and themes of Disruption by design.
These powerful presentations by diverse visionaries from the evolving worlds of innovation, analytics & AI, and digital, along with peers from multiple industries, will help top executives think differently and increase resilience in this era of exponential change.
Check out last year's event, 2018 Highlights.
Powerful presentations by diverse visionaries from the evolving fields of innovation, analytics & AI, and digital, along with real-life use cases.
Hear from inspirational keynote speakers who are already harnessing the power of innovation, analytics & AI, and Digital.
Discussions with Canada’s top business leaders in structured breakout sessions to explore how decision-makers came to think different, do different, and be different.
Learn how to capitalize on new capabilities to accelerate your company’s agenda.
Enrich your business strategy through interactive workshops, designed to advance your organization’s digital journey.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Lisa de Wilde, C.M.
During DotTalks, industry leading speakers aimed to inspire, challenge, and be as thought-provoking as possible as they shared their own organization’s “disruption by design” journey. The objective focused on helping business leaders understand how to respond to digital disruption by sharing examples in action.
Automation - Wellington Holbrook, Chief Transformation Officer, ATB Financial (CLOSED)
Transform interactions and engagement models between internal and external stakeholders (customers, clients, employees, alliances, regulators) through digital services and channels to strengthen relationships.
Cybersecurity - Joe LoBianco, VP, Information Security, CIBC (CLOSED)
Becoming digital requires the adoption and integration of numerous exponential technologies. Putting this into practice requires organizations to implement cutting-edge security measures to protect their customer and their data.
Data intelligence - Monica Holboke, CEO, Cryptonumerics (CLOSED)
Organizations that rely on trust with customers and partners are challenged to provide access, better information, and transparency. This creates a need to compete with data and insights for enhanced experiences and efficiencies, and to offer new products and services.
New technology - Neil Bunn, Manager, Customer Engineering, Google Cloud (CLOSED)
Leveraging intelligent devices (IoT) and interactive technologies such as voice and gesture recognition systems to not only collect real time relevant data but drastically change the human interface.
Connectivity - Bill Briggs, US and Global CTO, Deloitte (CLOSED)
As the pace of change quickens, technology now leads business strategy. Deloitte’s 10th annual Tech Trends report reflects on a decade of disruptive change and the emerging trends likely to impact businesses in the next 18-24 months. Learn how companies work to sense new possibilities, define their ambitions for tomorrow, and journey “beyond the digital frontier.”
Organization and talent - Hillary Hartley, Chief Digital Officer and Deputy Minister for Digital Government, Ontario Public Service (CLOSED)
Learn what operational structures, compositions, and mindset changes are required to adapt and create opportunities in the digital era. Examples include changes to the organizational structure, effectiveness of people and change management required to adapt to operations and extending the organization to take of the global markets.
Experiences and engagement - Humza Teherany, Chief Technology Officer and Digital Officer, MLSE (CLOSED)
Transforming the relationship with a consumer/shopper, customer, supplier and or other members of the business ecosystem.
Ecosystems and new business models - Jay Goldman, CEO, Sensei Labs (CLOSED)
New business models can help you better adapt to emerging trends and newly formed economies. From new asset-less businesses, supply chain transformations, and relationships with new partners, learn how you might evolve your business model in times of disruption.
Ambitions and aspirations - Jean Marc Landry, Vice President, Innovation & Renewal, Atlantic Lottery Corporation (CLOSED)
Identify and act on significant market opportunities by either creating or responding to a market disruption. Examples include moving into adjacent market spaces and taking advantage of new or other exponential technologies.
Enterprise operation - Humera Malik, CEO and Founder, Canvass Analytics (CLOSED)
discover how to leverage operational data in driving strategic insights using analytics and AI.
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