October 21, 2020 5:30 PM to 6:30 PMOnline
2020 has proven to be a year of radical change for the workforce. From responding to a global pandemic to navigating a nationwide social movement to sailing blustery political winds, this year has not only tested leaders; it has transformed the way they govern. The flood of rapid change is far from over – the challenges of 2020 have merely accelerated the timetable in which organizations and agencies must confront new issues, behaviors, technologies, and regulations.
This session, featuring Teri Takai, Scott Wolfe, Ralph Russo, examines the most significant societal impacts, what they will mean to IT going forward, and what might be encountered in the decade ahead.
Moderated by: Bill Rials, Professor of Practice & Associate Director, Information Technology program, Tulane School of Professional Advancement
Featuring: Teri Takai, Executive Director, Center for Digital Government, Former Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Defense Former Chief Information Officer, States of California and Michigan Member, IT Advisory Board, Tulane School of Professional Advancement https://www.linkedin.com/in/teri-takai-607b279/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teri_Takai
Scott Wolfe,Chief Executive Officer, Levelset Inc. https://sopa.tulane.edu/about-sopa/advisory-boards/scott-wolfe
Ralph Russo, Professor of Practice & Director, Information Technology program, Tulane School of Professional Advancement https://sopa.tulane.edu/about-sopa/advisors-faculty-staff/ralph-russo