New York City | April 9, 2018
The Modern CFO:
Leading Your Company’s Digital Transformation
Leading your company’s digital transformation
Financial decisions are being driven by data, most lines of business have moved to the cloud, and CFOs are being forced to embrace the IT agenda, as more operations become automated. How does The Modern CFO collaborate through this technological disruption and how is it impacted by a changing society? Bloomberg convenes CFOs, across industries, to hear and share insights during this exclusive dinner and networking program.
April 9 - Monday
Registration and Networking Reception
Executive Editor, Global Technology, Bloomberg
To Build, Buy, or Borrow? -- That is the Question
From artificial intelligence to ERM platforms, the increased rate at which tech is changing business is also speeding up the need to make decisions. On top of that, the customer base has evolved to be a more social, mobile and demanding consumer. As executives are faced with how to transform their businesses, deciding whether to borrow, buy or build these emerging technologies is one that many grapple with daily. In order to better understand which strategy to execute on and when, we'll feature a chief executive who can speak to how digital disruption is driving their biggest decisions.
Executive Editor Global Finance, Bloomberg News
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, First Data
Presentation: Rethink Your Business for the Digital Age
Every business begun before the Internet now faces the same challenge: How to transform to compete in a digital economy? David Rogers argues that digital transformation is not about technology—it’s about upgrading your strategic thinking. Drawing on case studies from Domino's to Caesar’s Casino, and Toyota to The New York Times, Rogers shows how traditional businesses need to rethink their approach to strategy in five domains—customers, competition, data, innovation, and value. David will prepresent on the practical framework to help you rethink your own business—to unlock growth in the digital age.
Professor at Columbia Business School, Author of The Digital Transformation Playbook
Collaboration in the Cloud: Evolving Roles of the C-Suite
In a climate where technology is driving businesses, chief financial officers, and chief information officers can no longer afford to run parallel. Financial decisions are being driven by data, most lines of business have moved to the cloud, and companies across industries are facing significant cyber threats while trying to protect customer data. CIOs are increasingly becoming stakeholders in business decisions, and CFOs are looking to embrace the IT agenda as more operations become automated. We'll gather top executives across industries to understand how technological disruption is transforming C-suite alliances and businesses at the highest level.
Features Editor, Bloomberg Businessweek
Chief Information Officer, Chobani
Chief Financial Officer, Etsy
Closing Remarks, Networking
Tom GilesExecutive Editor, Global Technology Bloomberg
Mark HurdChief Executive Officer Oracle Corporation
Caroline GageExecutive Editor Global Finance Bloomberg News
Frank BisignanoChairman and Chief Executive Officer First Data
David RogersProfessor at Columbia Business School, Author of The Digital Transformation Playbook
Max ChafkinFeatures Editor Bloomberg Businessweek
Abu BakarChief Information Officer Chobani
Rachel GlaserChief Financial Officer Etsy
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