3 Ps of building global teams for CIOs: power, purpose, and possibilities

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Virtual Roundtable

Thursday, September 2nd, 9:30 PST

Senior executives from retail, BFSI, travel, transport and manufacturing companies in the US and Canada are invited to join this virtual roundtable on the topic “3 Ps of building global teams for CIOs: power, purpose, and possibilities”. The knowledge-sharing event will be guided by an expert moderator who will drive stimulating discussion between attendees in a closed and confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only, complementary and registration is limited to a certain number of guests per event.


3 Ps of building global teams for CIOs: power, purpose, and possibilities

The pandemic has accelerated the inevitable. Technology now underpins every facet of a business: products, services, business processes, and how customers and businesses interact. As organizations are investing and progressing on their digital journey, they are increasingly relying on talent and teams across the globe to help them navigate the changes and build strategic capacity. The availability of skilled talent to manage critical business functions, IT, and innovation initiatives in the new world of remote work is proving invaluable, particularly in the retail and consumer packaged goods sectors.

AI, Cloud, AR/VR, RPA, and other disruptive tools and technologies are reshaping the business landscape. Driven by the rapid adoption of technology, companies are looking at ‘beyond outsourcing’ in their quest to leverage global talent to build critical, employee-led strategic capabilities. Beyond IT support, these global centers are also proving to be centers of excellence for omnichannel customer experience, automation, and analytics, among others, prompting leaders to explore their potential as drivers for enterprise growth.

  • What can empower enterprises to be resilient, scalable and future-proof?
  • How have global teams or Global Capability Centers enabled the strategic and accelerated adoption of technology?
  • What are the key considerations for building an innovative, collaborative ecosystem for a growing organization?

Job titles include CIOs and other relevant executives from prominent firms in the US and Canada.

9:30 am: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions
9:35 am: Short Introduction by ANSR
9:45 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
10:45 am: Discussion closed by moderator, end of session

Hosted by ANSR

Lalit Ahuja



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Lalit is the Founder/ CEO of ANSR and has been instrumental in establishing ~75 GCCs across India and Poland. Prior to founding ANSR, Lalit has served as the CEO of several companies including Datamatics, LG and News Corporation (Star TV). He has also held executive positions as the Chairman and President of Target in India and Senior Executive Advisor for IBM, Japan. Lalit started his career in the Indian Navy before retiring as a Lieutenant Commander. While in the Navy, he was the Head of the prestigious Naval Computer Applications Centre in Lonavla and was Senior Engineer Officer at several warships.

He earned his engineering degree from BITS Pilani and MS in Computer Science from IIT, Mumbai.

Lalit enjoys traveling and is also passionate about developing the technology start-up ecosystem in Bangalore. He is recognized as a member of the global elite executives by Harvard Business Review.

Event Detail

Thursday, September 2, 2021 09:30
United States, Canada

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