Host: Scott Buchholz, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
During the COVID-19 pandemic, CIOs are playing important roles in building organizational and IT resilience. What types of global scenarios are playing out, how are business models shifting, and how are these changes impacting technologists and their approach to business agility and investment priorities? We’ll discuss:
- How tech leaders are responding and positioning their organizations to thrive post–COVID-19.
- Key learnings and shifts in priorities to prepare for longer-term recovery and optimization.
- A strategic framework for tech leaders to guide scenario planning.
Meet the speakers
As a leader and visionary in new and emerging technologies, Scott Buchholz helps clients use technology to transform their organizations, missions and businesses. He works across industries to provide actionable advice and insights to use technology to improve performance, effectiveness, and efficiency. Scott serves as the national emerging tech research director for Deloitte Consulting. He also leads efforts in exploration of quantum computing and related technologies, working to solve customer challenges with these advanced technologies. In his role as CTO for Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Government and Public Services practice, he works with government clients to use technology to innovate in their operations, technology and mission delivery.
Steven Goldbach is a principal at Deloitte and serves as the firm’s chief strategy officer. He is a globally recognized strategist and executive advisor. Prior to joining Deloitte, Steve was a partner at Monitor Group and co-head of its New York office. Additionally, Steve was previously the Director of Strategy at Forbes. Steve helps executives and their teams transform their organizations by making challenging and pragmatic strategy choices in the face of uncertainty. He is an architect, expert practitioner, and teacher of a wide array of strategy and innovation methods and tools. Over a 25+ year career, Steve has served clients across most industries, with an emphasis on industries in transition and consumer-driven sectors. Steve is the co-author of the national bestselling books, Provoke: How Leaders Shape the Future by Overcoming Fatal Human Flaws and Detonate: Why–and How–Corporations need to Blow up Best Practices (and Bring a Beginner’s Mind) to Survive. In 2019 Thinkers50 named Steve as a finalist for the Distinguished Achievement Award in Strategy. Holding business degrees from both Queen's University at Kingston and Columbia Business School, Steve is a member of the Global Advisory Board of the Smith School of Business at Queen's.
John R. Tweardy
John serves as the Global lead consulting partner (LCP) for the International Olympic Committee and is a member of Deloitte’s Global Sports Team where he is the managing partner for the Olympics, Paralympics & Major Events Practice. John is aligned to Monitor Deloitte Strategy and brings a big-picture understanding of the business dynamics that drive—and, increasingly, are driven by—disruptive technologies. John is leading the team that will transform the largest, most operationally complex events in the world and inspire a new generation of leaders to create positive change through sport. He is a recognized leader in business-led technology strategy and a chief information officer (CIO) fellow, John helps clients reimagine business models, aligning innovative technology initiatives to drive exponential value through continuous reinvention. John’s deep background advising clients on business-led technology strategy, IT transformation, shared services, and the strategic use of outsourcing gives him a strong understanding of how powerful results can be achieved through strategically orchestrated solutions. When he isn’t crafting ways to restructure business processes through the innovative technology solutions, John helps build structures and support community programs as a volunteer and board member.