Moderated by Gartner’s Ed Porter, an esteemed
panel offered real-world case studies around
topics covered in CGT’s 2016 Tech Trends report.
Noted Wall Street
Advisor Gary A. Williams
examined the competitive
strengths of digital commerce leaders.
The 2016 CGT Business and Technology Leadership Conference (CGBTLC) gathered at the Hilton
Bonnet Creek in Orlando, Florida on October
17-20, 2016. Attendees explored the theme of
“Digitizing the Enterprise for Transformational Growth” through though-provoking
keynotes, insightful presentations and
engaging workshops. This year’s agenda
had a greater focus on interactive,
discussion-type sessions with the launch
of CGT University, share group meetings, workshops, and shorter hard-hitting
presentations. Take a look at #CGBTLC on
Twitter to see what resonated with attendees.
Here are some highlights from the event:
In an opening keynote
Luke Williams of the NYU
Stern School of Business
shared his perspective on
Click here to read the full recap from CGBTLC ‘16.
During a Super Session,
is named CGT’s
2016 CIO of the
Award winners Sailendra Koorapati
of Callaway Golf and Travis Harrison of
L’Oreal compared strategies for focusing
on the overall consumer experience.
insightful discussion on how
to engage Millennials, both as