Speaker Spotlight: Dr Susan Entwisle, Executive Director / Distinguished Technologist, DXC Technology

Topic: Building the Future of Work

Susan Entwisle
Exec Direct DXC Technology

Welcome to the Future of Work. New technologies, demographic shifts, globalisation, increased competitive pressures and customer expectations are changing the way we work.  Join us to explore:

  • What are the mega trends driving change in the workforce?

  • What are the key trends and capabilities being adopted to support future of work?

  • What is the gig economy? How can companies use it to support innovation and agile workforce management?

  • How can we use advanced analytics to drive improved employee engagement and productivity aligned to organisational needs?

  • How are companies using automation and machine learning to enhance and augment the workforce?

  • What are the skills for the future? Guidance on getting started.

Dr Susan Entwisle is an Executive Director / Distinguished Technologist in HPE Enterprise Services. Susan is responsible for leading digital strategy, innovation, and solutions for HPE clients to help them gain competitive advantage.

Susan drives thought leadership and client engagements to help clients understand how to best use digital technologies to improve the consumer and employee experience and drive operational efficiencies across the business. Susan has extensive experience in IT strategy, leading and building capabilities, building partnerships, and delivering transformational IT programs across multiple industries around the globe using distributed agile teams.

Susan is an accomplished and engaging speaker on digital strategy, innovation, and digital transformation at major industry conferences. She is an Advisory Board Member on Australian Human Resource (HR) Institutes (AHRI) HR Technology Panel.

Susan has a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Science and Software Engineering. Thesis Topic: Model-Driven Exception Management, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia 2008.

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