Survival Guide to the Digital Transformation Jungle
Why is digital transformation important for businesses? How is it difficult? What approaches or strategies of digital transformation should you focus on to fully leverage on changes and opportunities in the digital economy? Organisations and companies have embarked on their “exciting digital transformation journeys”, but many have become lost in the jungle of technology, disruptive forces and the sluggishness of their own organisations. This interactive session will help you understand and navigate this landscape using a model called – The 5 ways of digital.
The session will be moderated by SACC Board Member, Camilla Bullock and we will hear from topic expert John Ekman, a successful entrepreneur and the founder of Conversionista which is Scandinavia’s nr 1 company in Conversion rate Optimization. John is the head of education at New Republique – Australia’s premier Experimentation and Conversion Optimisation agency. He is a sought after speaker and instructor. He’s been helping brands like IKEA, Spotify, H&M, and Klarna to take their digital business to the next level.
When: 3 February 2021 from 5-6.30pm
Where: Zoom virtual room
Registration fee: $15 (members only, limited spots available)
Instructions on how to connect to the meeting will be sent out once registered.
SACC Experience Sharing Sessions
The SACC consists of a brilliant membership network with experts in different areas and hence we have developed these Experience Sharing Sessions to help each other. Each session will cover a new area with the purpose of how to optimise businesses. How to increase revenue, decrease operating costs and improve customer satisfaction. During the 90 minutes interactive session we will together with topic experts discuss and share challenges and solutions. You will walk away with:
- A list of DO’s and DON’Ts
- An action list of where to start and what questions to ask
- Inspiration about how your fellow members are approaching the topic
- A list of suggested tools to use