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Intelligent tech needs ingenious humans

ACCENTURE AT
THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM 2018

No more working around technology.
Technology will work around you.

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM DAVOS

Discover the latest social buzz and trends from WEF 2018, live from attendees on the ground.

THIS IS HOW WE’RE APPLYING NEW, NOW.

KEY BUSINESS INSIGHTS

We're excited to share our perspective and experience on technology and innovation and examine how these insights can help amplify your business.

Key Insights

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Key Insights

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Blockchain: The potential to revolutionize business practices

Key Insights

Digital Transformation Initiative: Learn more about how digital innovation is transforming business and wider society.

MEET ACCENTURE'S LEADERS

Connect with our senior leaders directly and gain insights and polling updates from WEF at Davos 2018.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

AFTERNOON

CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME (CET)


4:00-4:30 pm CET

Reworking the Revolution: Intelligent Technology Meets Human Ingenuity to Create the Future Workforce

This panel will engage C-suite leaders in a discussion to help ensure the best outcomes for business and for people. Additionally, we'll draw on Accenture's future workforce research to be released in Davos that explores the impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs, productivity and untapped value, along with employees' perceptions about and skills needed to work with their machine counterparts.

Ellyn Shook, Chief Leadership and Human Resources Officer, Accenture
Adam Lashinsky, Executive Editor, Fortune
Rick Ambrose, EVP Space, Lockheed Martin

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AFTERNOON

CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME (CET)


2:30-3:00 pm CET

AI: The Leadership Imperative

This panel will engage C-suite leaders in a discussion to help ensure the best outcomes for business and for people. Additionally, we'll draw on Accenture's future workforce research to be released in Davos that explores the impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs, productivity and untapped value, along with employees' perceptions about and skills needed to work with their machine counterparts.

Paul Daugherty, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Accenture
Catherine Bessant, Chief Operantions and Technology Officer, Bank of America
Jesse Hemple, WIRED

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3:00-4:00 pm CET

Getting to Equal: The Power of LGBT Inclusive Cities

This panel will engage C-suite leaders in a discussion to help ensure the best outcomes for business and for people. Additionally, we'll draw on Accenture's future workforce research to be released in Davos that explores the impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs, productivity and untapped value, along with employees' perceptions about and skills needed to work with their machine counterparts.

Sander vaan't Noordende, Group Chief Executive - Products, Accenture
Arne Sorenson, President and CEO, Marriott International
Inga Beale, CEO Lloyds
Kim Hammonds, Group COO, Deutsche Bank
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, United Nations High Commission for Human Rights
Jon Miller, Founder, Open Business

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4:00-4:30 pm CET

CEO Outlook 2018: Innovation, Talent and Trust

This panel will engage C-suite leaders in a discussion to help ensure the best outcomes for business and for people. Additionally, we'll draw on Accenture's future workforce research to be released in Davos that explores the impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs, productivity and untapped value, along with employees' perceptions about and skills needed to work with their machine counterparts.

Julie Sweet, CEO North America, Accenture
Will Lewis, CEO, Dow Jones
David Wennig, CEO, eBay
Ed Rousseau, Dow Jones

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AFTERNOON

CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME (CET)


4:00-4:30 pm CET

Industry X.O/Digital Transformation Broadcast

This panel will engage C-suite leaders in a discussion to help ensure the best outcomes for business and for people. Additionally, we'll draw on Accenture's future workforce research to be released in Davos that explores the impacts of artificial intelligence on jobs, productivity and untapped value, along with employees' perceptions about and skills needed to work with their machine counterparts.

Omar Abbosh, Chief Strategy Officer, Accenture
Kevin Delaney, Editor in Chief, Quartz
Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm

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