100% ONLINE & FREE TO ATTEND FOR ALL IN-HOUSE PRACTITIONERS

17 - 18 November, 2020 | Time Zone: CET

Conference Day 1 – Tuesday 17th November, 2020


·        Discussing how IA has allowed organisations to handle business disruption in 2020 and come out stronger the other side

·        What tools and technologies will the pandemic drive, how will job descriptions evolve, and what does this mean for change management?

·        How organisations can embrace new evolving trends with limited risk

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Dr. Anish Agarwal

Director, Data & AnalyticsDirector - Data & Analytics, India
NatWest Group

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Daniel Henneke

Automation Discovery Lead
Swisscom

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Justina Kasiulevičiūtė

Head of Robotic Process Automation Unit
ESO

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Füsun Borluk

Group Head of Project Management Office, RPA and IT Quality
AvivaSA

 

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm Develop a Digital Transformation Strategy to Respond to Uncertainty With Agility

Martijn Groenewegen - Head of Digital Strategy, City of Rotterdam

·        How converging operations and IT allowed the organisation to become flexible and adaptable in the face of business disruption 

·        Adopting digital capabilities for improved service delivery

·        Overcoming friction when achieving buy-in for digital transformation

·        How to craft a digital strategy that translates to business agility

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Martijn Groenewegen

Head of Digital Strategy
City of Rotterdam


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Identifying Business Opportunities with Process Mining & Successfully Translating it Into Business Value

Nina van Krimpen - Business Process Consultant, LyondellBasell

·        Process Mining - just another hype word, or the ultimate way to achieve mature, stable and healthy end-to-end process excellence?

·        Does process standardization hinder innovation and creativity?

·        Simple is Better! How does process mining help achieve the ‘happy flow’?

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Nina van Krimpen

Business Process Consultant
LyondellBasell

·        The role of automation in eliminating human powered monotonous tasks, that allow for a workforce to be promoted to performing high-value skilled tasks

·        How to educate and train the workforce in deploying and maintaining automation 

·        Achieving buy-in at an organization plagued by worries of automation related job-losses 

·        Managing change, expectations vs reality, and starting with your best core processes 

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Samuel Best

Assistant Vice President, Business Automation
GM Financial

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Ieva Vencevičiūtė

Principal Development Consultant/Programme Manager, Banking services
Danske Bank

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Anna Alechno

Former Global Process Improvement and Automation Lead
IKEA

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Daniel Henneke

Automation Discovery Lead
Swisscom