Cisco Digital Workplace Leadership Series: Leadership in the New Era of the Digital Workplace
October 11, 2016, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
In the second learning series sponsored by Cisco Collaborative Knowledge, we take a look at advanced topics facing digital workplace leaders today. Those in leadership roles must try to juggle the multifaceted demands of monitoring business performance indicators, promoting employee satisfaction and adoption, retaining talent, preventing subject matter expert fatigue, scaling workforce training, and more.
Global leaders in digital business transformation will join us to share their expertise about why competitive advantage depends on digital business transformation and how that transformation depends on leadership.
A must-attend event for thought leaders and aspiring leaders alike. Don’t miss this live studio broadcast, where hosts from Learning@Cisco will sit down with other digital workplace experts for an interactive conversation about the evolution of leadership in the digital age. You can submit your leadership questions during the event or from your registration confirmation to enter our raffle to win a two-pack of books written by our esteemed panelists.
Chief Knowledge Officer; Vice President and General Manager
Jeanne is Chief Knowledge Officer at Cisco, VP and GM of Cisco Services and President and Chairman of Internet of Things Talent Consortium. She’s had a 20 year career with Cisco and has been named as one of The 2015 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by the National Diversity Counsel. She is an expert on the “Workforce of the Future” and brought the first social education system in the industry to market in 2008 (The Cisco Leaning Network). She also serves on a number of advisory boards for organizations committed to continuous learning and talent.
Altimeter, a Prophet company
Charlene is the founder and CEO of Altimeter and the author of the New York Times bestseller Open Leadership. She is also the coauthor of the critically acclaimed, bestselling book Groundswell, which was named one of the best business books of 2008. Her new book, The Engaged Leader, was published in March 2015. She is one of the foremost experts on social media and technologies and a consultant and independent thought leader on leadership, strategy, social technologies, interactive media, and marketing. Formerly, Li was vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, worked in online newspaper publishing, and was a consultant with Monitor Group. She was named one of the 100 most creative people in business by Fast Company in 2010 and one of the most influential women in technology in 2009.
Meeting of the Minds
Gordon Feller is a cofounder of Meeting of the Minds, a global thought leadership network and knowledge-sharing platform focused on the future of sustainable cities, innovation, and technology.
He serves as a consultant to Cisco focused on the Internet of Things and talent. Gordon has worked in the area of emerging technology for three decades, most recently consulting on projects that harness the power of data (whether in the cloud, pulled via mobile networks from IoT-enabled endpoints, or other advanced technologies) for solving complex problems. From 2010 to 2016, Feller was the director of urban innovation at Cisco Systems headquarters in Silicon Valley, where he served in an executive capacity within the company’s programs focused on cities. Before joining Cisco, Feller was the CEO of Urban Age Institute, an international nonprofit research and training organization, which began inside the World Bank and was spun off in 2001. For 30 years, Gordon has advised on economic and technology issues with leaders of multinational companies, cities, NGOs, foundations, and national governments. He was appointed an Abe Fellow by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership. He was formerly the editor of Urban Age Magazine. Columbia University awarded him bachelor’s and master’s (cum laude) degrees. At Columbia, he held Lehman, Wallach, and Dean’s fellowships. He serves as a Fellow at the Urban Sustainability Lab within the Smithsonian Institution’s Wilson Center.