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Innovation Virtualized will kick-off with an opening webinar which will be followed by seven workshops on navigating transformation. Each workshop will run for two hours and will be offered twice to accommodate different time zones. Each workshop will be designed and delivered by EY wavespaceTM to create an immersive, collaborative, and interactive experience. The series will end with a closing webinar to reflect on the learnings from the workshops.

*Please note, all agenda timings are in ET. You may choose to attend as many or as few sessions as you would like, none of the sessions are mandatory.

Thursday, 24 September

09:00 - 11:00

Megatrends to Innovation: Leveraging EY’s Future-Back methodology - 09:00 ET

Discuss how to drive innovation, transformation, and long-term corporate value by:

  • Understanding megatrends and planning for a disruptive future
  • Engaging executive teams to prioritize innovation portfolios, scale innovation programs, and streamline operations
  • Deploying Silicon Valley’s duality mindset to simultaneously plan for the future while delivering immediate tactical action
     
Workshop leader: Mike Kanazawa, Global Innovation Realized leader, EY 

19:00 - 21:00

Megatrends to Innovation: Leveraging EY’s Future-Back methodology - 19:00 ET

Discuss how to drive innovation, transformation, and long-term corporate value by: 

  • Understanding megatrends and planning for a disruptive future
  • Engaging executive teams to prioritize innovation portfolios, scale innovation programs, and streamline operations
  • Deploying Silicon Valley’s duality mindset to simultaneously plan for the future while delivering immediate tactical action
     
Workshop leader: Mike Kanazawa, Global Innovation Realized leader, EY 

Tuesday, 29 September

09:00 - 11:00

Reimagining a Post-Pandemic Capital Agenda - 09:00 ET

The world’s largest companies are urgently reassessing their business models, physical infrastructure, and digital strategies to adapt to a post-pandemic future. In an era of rapid change and low-cost capital, we explore the opportunities for C-suite leaders to innovate off-balance sheet partnerships and funding structures, blended capital investment strategies, and the accelerated deployment of technology and automation.
 
Workshop leaders: Richard Suhr, EY and Glenn Engler, EY 

19:00 - 21:00

Reimagining a Post-Pandemic Capital Agenda - 19:00 ET

The world’s largest companies are urgently reassessing their business models, physical infrastructure, and digital strategies to adapt to a post-pandemic future. In an era of rapid change and low-cost capital, we explore the opportunities for C-suite leaders to innovate off-balance sheet partnerships and funding structures, blended capital investment strategies, and the accelerated deployment of technology and automation.
 
Workshop leaders: Richard Suhr, EY and Glenn Engler, EY 

Wednesday, 30 September

08:00 - 09:00

RESCHEDULED: Opening webinar - 08:00 ET

RESCHEDULED: Host: Angie Lau, Editor-in-Chief, CEO, and Founder, Forkast.News

The Competition for Global Leadership in the Post-Pandemic World
Regionalization is the new globalization. Trade wars, protectionism, lockdowns, and travel bans all point to a world of more limited mobility, commerce, and investment outside of North America, Europe, and Asia. Yet all three regions continue to compete for global leadership in promoting their industries and technologies, as well as their diplomatic and ideological influence. What has the pandemic taught us about the comparative strengths and weaknesses of the world's three main power centers? What does each offer to the world, and which is most likely to prevail?

Parag Khanna, Managing Partner, FutureMap in conversation with Andy Baldwin, Global Managing Partner – Client Service, EY

Navigating the Transformation Imperative
As markets are rapidly reshaped to harness the potential opportunities associated with emerging technologies, innovation and new customer needs, organizations are facing a period of incredible disruption. The organizations that will succeed in navigating these changes will be differentiated by their ability to leverage three critical value drivers: placing humans at the center of everything they do, leveraging technology at speed and enabling innovation at scale. Those that do this well will navigate uncertainty, reframe their future and emerge as leaders in the next wave of value creation


Bill Kanarick, Global Transformation Realized leader, EY in conversation with Angie Lau, Editor-in-Chief, CEO, and Founder, Forkast.News

Andy BaldwinBill KanarickParag KhannaAngie Lau

Thursday, 1 October

09:00 - 11:00

Government Transformed - 09:00 ET

As the world ground to a halt, governments of every stripe scrambled to protect the health of their citizens – and their economies. Now, as lockdowns are eased and commerce resumes, many are rethinking the future relationship between government and business. Will post-pandemic policies be fairer and more international? Or will they exacerbate economic inequalities and weaken collaboration? This workshop will review the transformational changes that have occurred in government, and will explore how government and business can work together to build a more productive, sustainable, and inclusive world. 

Workshop leader: George Atalla, Global Government & Infrastructure Industry Market leader, EY

19:00 - 21:00

Government Transformed - 19:00 ET

As the world ground to a halt, governments of every stripe scrambled to protect the health of their citizens – and their economies. Now, as lockdowns are eased and commerce resumes, many are rethinking the future relationship between government and business. Will post-pandemic policies be fairer and more international? Or will they exacerbate economic inequalities and weaken collaboration? This workshop will review the transformational changes that have occurred in government, and will explore how government and business can work together to build a more productive, sustainable, and inclusive world. 

Workshop leader: George Atalla, Global Government & Infrastructure Industry Market leader, EY

Tuesday, 6 October

09:00 - 11:00

The Future of Cybersecurity: How the smartest companies are transforming their approach to this existential risk - 09:00 ET

Cyberthreats have become riskier because they are increasingly interlinked with other major threats facing CEOs. In a politicized and activist environment, cyberthreats now closely link to some of the most daunting challenges the world wrestles – including climate change, geopolitical instability, and social inequality. This workshop will focus on the links between activism, trust, and cybersecurity through a simulated cyber-war game allowing participants to experience and respond to this quickly emerging threat. The workshop also explores EY’s approach which employs an intelligent value chain to embed trust in organizations’ systems, designs, and data. How can you prepare for the future of cybersecurity?
 
Workshop leaders: Kris Lovejoy, Global Cyber leader, EY and Richard Watson, EY 

Thursday, 8 October

09:00 - 11:00

Is it Monday? Work reimagined - 09:00 ET

The global pandemic not only accelerated innovation in everyday working practices – it reinforced the importance of keeping humans at the center of all business strategy. As C-suites reimagine a new working world that delivers for their businesses, employees, and society as a whole, it is the human questions that need to be asked and answered first: How can a positive corporate culture help us unleash human power – and will more remote working threaten that culture? How should we define and measure productivity? What are the benefits of keeping a part of our workforce mobile? How can organizations transform today’s challenges into an opportunity to redefine what work means to all of us?
 
Workshop leader: Liz Fealy, EY

19:00 - 21:00

Is it Monday? Work reimagined - 19:00 ET

The global pandemic not only accelerated innovation in everyday working practices – it reinforced the importance of keeping humans at the center of all business strategy. As C-suites reimagine a new working world that delivers for their businesses, employees, and society as a whole, it is the human questions that need to be asked and answered first: How can a positive corporate culture help us unleash human power – and will more remote working threaten that culture? How should we define and measure productivity? What are the benefits of keeping a part of our workforce mobile? How can organizations transform today’s challenges into an opportunity to redefine what work means to all of us?
 
Workshop leader: Liz Fealy, EY

Tuesday, 13 October

09:00 - 11:00

Rethinking Supply Chains – The Autonomous Era - 09:00 ET

The global pandemic has exposed the fragility of global supply chains and accelerated new thinking about supply-chain structures and operations. For example, some companies are already moving their supply chains from traditional linear structures to a networked ecosystem. These digitally networked supply chains are data-driven, can react to events, and make changes in real time. What are the new imperatives in supply-chain strategy, formation, and operation? What are the key success factors in transforming your supply chain? How can supply chains deliver both cost savings and increased resiliency across complex ecosystems of suppliers and customers?
 
Workshop leader: Glenn Steinberg, Global Supply Chain leader, EY 

Thursday, 15 October

09:00 - 11:00

Rewriting the terms of trade through Trusted Intelligence - 09:00 ET

The shift from traditional trade networks to collaborative ecosystems is fundamental to post-pandemic regeneration. As trade pivots from the flow of documents to the sharing of Trusted Intelligence, the accuracy and integrity of the underlying data is increasingly critical.
 
Workshop leaders: Shaun Crawford, Global Vice Chair Industry, EY and Dai Bedford, NextWave Global Trade Lead, EY 

Tuesday, 20 October

08:00 - 09:00

Closing webinar - 08:00 ET

Join us to reflect on learnings from the Innovation Virtualized online series and leave with an actionable agenda to take forward into your organization.
 
Bestselling author and serial entrepreneur Professor Scott Galloway looks at implications of the global pandemic on corporations, markets, and overall society. Galloway will unpack how different industry sectors will be impacted by COVID-19 and predict the winners and losers over the next 12-18 months. What are the biggest opportunities that will come from the global pandemic? What key actions will effective business leaders need to implement to ensure success in a post-pandemic world? What are the growth drivers to propel stakeholder value in the next decade?

Marques D. AndersonScott GallowayAngie LauRichard Suhr

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