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  • Art of Possible – Leading Change in the Digital Age

  • Helen Teeling

    July 2, 2021 at 12:15 pm

    Adopting new digital tech can be challenging, even for the most confident business leaders. That’s why the right skills – from digital to leadership capabilities – are essential in creating a lasting, agile, forward-thinking company.

    At our July AOP gathering, we will bring together a diverse group of inspiring leaders that believe digital transformation is a continuous process – a state of mind that enables a company to continually evolve and adapt with an eye on the future.

    Our expert panel will share their stories from a diverse range of industries and demonstrate how purposeful leadership can create the right conditions to grow a thriving business of inspired people, empowered by tech.

    This event is in collaboration with Strathclyde Inspire.


    1.45pm | 22 July | FREE | Register here


    Karen Greenshields – Managing Director, Technical and Environmental Services, GAP Group

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    Angela Prentner-Smith – Founder and MD, This Is Milk

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    Chaired by:

    Prof Eleanor Shaw – Professor of Entrepreneurship & Associate Principle, University of Strathclyde

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    Format & Schedule:

    The Art of Possible is all about sharing ideas, community building and sparking new connections – so please join us at 10.45am to meet your fellow attendees in our lightning chat sessions. This’ll be a friendly and informal way to say hello and fuel discussions ahead of the main event.


    1.45pm – small discussion groups (10mins)<div>

    2pm – panel discussion with audience Q&A (60mins)
    3pm – close


    The Art of Possible is an official primer series for Scotland’s national innovation event, CAN DO Innovation Summit.


    • This discussion was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by  Helen Teeling.

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