Disrupt / NNJ

DISRUPT / NNJ is hosting a lively evening of 10 spirited five-minute presentations (think short TED Talks) on a wide-range of Future of Work topics by professionals driving innovations in human / work design and experience. Speakers will share their ideas on how to move collective thinking forward, disrupting today’s organizational and cultural norms.

The conference will be a highly participatory program that attracts a diverse group of attendees, including industry influencers, venture capitalists, startup innovators, HR and other corporate professionals and media.

Attendees at our October 2017 event, overwhelmingly said they found the event informative, valuable and entertaining. See highlights and speaker videos from the event.

LOOK WHO'S TALKING

DISRUPT / NNJ is excited to announce the following Disrupters will be speaking at the May 10 event. Stay tuned for additional speaker announcements as we round out our lineup.

Wendy Branche, ITT Corporation, Vice President Talent Management & Engagement: Is Our Work Disrupting or Distracting?

Regina Hourigan, Colgate-Palmolive, Manager of Innovation Capabilities: Transforming Innovation Culture

Brad Ivie, Logical Design Solutions, Managing Director, Business Strategy & Design: Realizing digital transformation through new work practices

Jim Mahaney, Prudential, Vice President – Strategic Initiatives

Bruce Molloy, Springboard.ai, Chief AI Officer: This Race is Non-Linear - What Every Business Leader Needs to Know About Artificial Intelligence

David Opderbeck, Seton Hall University Law School and Counsel, Gibbons PC., Professor of Law: Corporate Social Responsibility in Cyberspace

Anna Orgera, Partner, Mercer: Thriving in an Age of Disruption

Michele Siekerka, President & CEO, New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA): Mining Our Intellectual Capital

Beverly Tarulli, Vice President – Human Capital Strategy & Workforce Analytics, PepsiCo: Earning Your Talent Analytics Decoder Ring

COST

Registration covers admission, snacks, beer and wine, other beverages, social networking and great speakers:

• $15 online early bird pricing

• $25 online regular pricing

• $30 at the door

Contact Information
  1. John Fee
  2. 973-210-6393
  3. jfee@lds.com
Thu, May 10
5:30 pm — 9:00 pm
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DISRUPT / NNJ is hosting a lively evening of 10 spirited five-minute presentations (think short TED Talks) on a wide-range of Future of Work topics by professionals driving innovations in human / work design and experience. Speakers will share their ideas on how to move collective thinking forward, disrupting today’s organizational and cultural norms.

The conference will be a highly ...

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