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October 2019

4.2 – The Journey to Digital Voting: The RSC Story

10:40 am - 11:10 am

This session is led by David Barr, Head of Governance at The Royal Society of Chemisty.  The RSC connects scientists with each other and society as a whole, so they can do their best work and make discoveries and innovation happen. They publish new research, and develop, recognise and celebrate professional capabilities. They bring people together to spark new ideas and new partnerships and support teachers to inspire future generations of scientists. And they speak up to influence the people…

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David Barr, Head of Governance

Royal Society of Chemistry
Session Track: Digital Governance & Process Re-Engineering

4.3 – Effective Programme and Stakeholder Engagement in Global Digital Projects

11:50 am - 12:20 pm

This session is led by Andreea Losub, Project Lead at the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.  WAGGGS is the largest voluntary Movement dedicated to girls and young women in the world. Their diverse Movement represents ten million girls and young women from 150 countries. This session will focus on programme management systems on a global scales and has the following learning outcomes: Learn about programme management systems and cloud solutions in global projects; Learn about digital stakeholder…

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Andreea Iosub, Strategic Partner (Consultant)

World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
Session Track: Digital Governance & Process Re-Engineering

4.4 – Inclusivity, Representation and Democracy at your Digital Annual Meeting / Congress

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

This session is led by Pete Fowler, Managing Director (UK) at LUMI. LUMI is the leading player in software for real-time audience engagement technology worldwide. Lumi facilitates the smooth and reliable running of Annual General Meetings for listed companies, partnerships, unincorporated associations and other member-based organizations.  Lumi serves the meetings and events industry with both in-the-room and cloud-based solutions and event apps. This session will focus on digital governance that facilitates member engagement and has the following learning outcomes: Quantitative…

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Session Track: Digital Governance & Process Re-Engineering

4.5 – Improving the Digital Member Experience

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

This session is led by Paul Taylor, Head of Membership at the British Medical Association.  The BMA is the trade union and professional association for doctors and medical students across the UK. This session will focus on simplifying and improving the member experience digitally and has the following learning outcomes: Why we looked to improve the member experience when accessing membership via the website especially a simplified joining process; How we introduced the ability to have single sign on for all…

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Paul Taylor, Head of Membership

British Medical Association
Session Track: Digital Governance & Process Re-Engineering

4.6 – Digital Strategy Starts with Business Strategy

2:40 pm - 3:10 pm

This session is led by Jerry Avis, CEO of The Institute of Brewing & Distilling. IBD is the world’s leading professional body for people working in brewing and distilling. As an international professional and educational body the IBD promotes “The advancement of the education and professional development in the science and technology of brewing, distilling, and related industries.” This session will focus on business strategy and it's impact on digital strategy and has the following learning outcomes: The importance of…

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Jerry Avis, CEO

Institute of Brewing & Distilling
Session Track: Digital Strategy & Leadership

4.7 – The Charity Digital Code of Practice: What it means for Membership Organisations

3:50 pm - 4:20 pm

This session is led by Zoe Amar, Trustee at Charity Digital.  Since 2001, Charity Digital has bridged the gap between the charity sector and their technology partners, offering friendly advice along the way. They lend a helping hand, advising on how the right technology can further charity's causes by supporting the charity mission. By giving charities and not-for-profit organisations greater access to technology from world-leading providers, the Charity Digital team helps charities to save money and become more efficient, letting…

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Zoe Amar, Chair

The Charity Digital Code of Practice
Session Track: Digital Strategy & Leadership

4.8 – Key Enablers for Effective Information Management

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

This session is led by Frederic Vaeremans, Chief Data Officer at RPS Group.  RPS is a leading global professional services firm of 5,600 consultants and service providers. They operate in 125 countries across six continents and across six sectors: property, energy, transport, water, resources, defence and government services. Their services are very diverse and include project and program management; design and development; advisory and management consulting; exploration and development; planning and approvals; oceans and coastal; and training. Frederic is establishing…

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Session Track: Digital Strategy & Leadership
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