Emma Mulqueeny  

Emma Mulqueeny

Digital Transformation Expert, Founder and CEO of Rewired State, Chief of Staff at SUSE

Kopia Bez tytułu (24)
Speaking topics

Does the Digital Revolution threat enrepresentative Democracy? 
Social Digital Natives Who Will Break Things Better 
Disruptive viewing habits of Millennials 
Can We Finally Have a Digital Democracy? 

Abstracts

Benchmarking digital transformation. Where are you along the curve of digital maturity? How to assess where you are and clarify your ambition. Interactive workshop and talk 

Understanding the digital native as a consumer and an employee. How can you future proof your organisation to meet the expectations of a generation who know nothing other than seamless digital consumerism.  

Transforming analogue organisations to digital in fives big steps. Face the challenges of Leadership and organisational structures, living and leading the behavioural change.  

Transparency and openness. The transformation of proprietary organisations to an open culture, with open source technologies and open data. How have other organisations done it and what can you copy. 

Bio note

An experienced digital transformation strategist with a strong track record in identifying opportunities and challenges presented by the digital revolution and associated behaviours of the post digital natives. Solid experience of developing and managing organisational culture change/stakeholder management and looking at the opportunities afforded to both organisations and employees. I am a nerd for all things digital with a natural skill for building tangible, open networks for positive change through technology. Emma founded Rewired State and Young Rewired State, is a Commissioner for the Speaker’s Commission on Digital Democracy and a Google Fellow. Currently working with Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service on their digital transformation programme and as an adjunct for Ashridge Executive Business School. Emma writes regularly for the British Press and on her own blog, speaks on radio and on television, is best known for her campaign: ‘Year 8 is too Late’ (encouraging girls into technology subjects) and insights into the social digital generation: the 97ers. Awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to education and technology. Included in A&C’s Who’s Who, voted onto the Wired 100 list, Tech City 100, BIMA Hot 100, has been voted one of the top ten women in technology by The Guardian and in the top 25 by Computer Weekly.

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