Disruptive innovation will result in major changes in almost every industry and can
break dominant business models, not only in the digital sphere. We see that automation, digital platforms, and other innovations are changing the fundamental nature of work, but it is not easy to see to see the end result. Technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence provide higher productivity and increased efficiency if implemented correct. To give light to what the future can bring, both positive and negative, we have put together a panel of experts who all have a strong background within digitalization who will initiate the discussions with presentations which will provide a basis for the following panel discussions.
Day chair: Niklas Körling, Partner at Wistrand law firm, a top tier Legal 500 law firm within Insolvency. He is specialized in restructuring and finance, and is regularly solving financial difficult situations, both on the debtor and creditor side.
Kevin Quincey, Strategy director at InfoPlanIT, with a background at Microsoft and NHS
Björn Rydberg Executive Director at EY and authorized Public Accountant who work in the interface between Financial
Processes and IT Processes
Pia Hardy, an Associate Partner at McKinsey & Co in the Stockholm and Helsinki offices. She has over 15 years' experience healthcare consulting. Pia is the leader of McKinsey’s Finnish Healthcare practice and co-leader in the Swedish practice. She leads McKinsey’s Nordic work on Digital Healthcare and is a member of McKinsey’s Global management team in Digital health. Pia is the lead author on a substantial study and publication on quantifying the Value of introducing digital technologies in Swedish healthcare at scale until 2025
Time: Tuesday, February 20, 2018. 17h30-20h00
The event opens from 17.30 with registration and the panel discussion starts at 18.00. Following the discussion, light snacks and drinks will be served, with plenty of opportunities for networking and for guests to talk with panellists and speakers.
Location: Wistrand law firm, Regeringsgatan 65 Stockholm
Cost: As ususal TMA Sweden events are free for its members. Guests are welcome and will be charged a fee of SEK 300 at the door.