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Megatrends are significant movements and perceptions that shape the world.
Digitalisation and sustainability are amongst the most influential ones - and the pandemic
has only accelerated their impact and urgency. We bet you felt it too.
In this era of uncertainty, adapting megatrends will strengthen your competitiveness.
So how do you make megatrends work for you rather than against you?
Join us and find out.
Reshape the Now
The conference consists of three tracks you can pick and choose from
to your specific interests across digitalisation, sustainability and building resilience.
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How do you build resilience in
a world where change is the only constant?
Change can be challenging, but times of uncertainty also provide a unique opportunity for organisations to demonstrate resilience and emerge stronger.
Now is the time to heighten security, improve reliability and protect oneself from misuse. If organisations manage to seize this opportunity, the result is a sustainable business that enjoys increasing trust and stakeholder confidence.
How do you turn sustainability challenges into competitive
Today’s climate crisis forces us to rethink and reinvent our economy – but how can we harness the sustainability potential and turn challenges into opportunities?
Businesses, organisations and governments must take collective action and prioritize sustainability. From circular economy and sustainable finance to innovation, strategy and reporting, we need to rethink our approach to value creation to transition into a sustainable and resilient future.
How can you use digitalisation
to fast-track your business into
Digital transformation today is much more than new applications. It is about integrating digital enablers such as cloud and artificial intelligence at the core of your organisation to design a data-driven, efficient and transparent business. It involves thinking digital inside and out, throughout all structures, processes and the way we go to market.
All topics (Resilience, Sustainability & Digitalisation)
09:00 - 09:15
Welcome to Reshape the Now 2021
Welcome by Nordic CEO at Deloitte, Anders Dons and our host, David Guldager.
David Guldager (Host)
Moderator & tech enthusiast
Nordic CEO, Deloitte
09:15 - 09:50
Managing in the Face of Uncertainty
Uncertainty prevails these days. Well beyond the short-term realities of the pandemic, as the world becomes attuned to exponential change overtaking linear change in all walks of life, leaders are increasingly finding that ‘what got me here won’t get me there.’ Geoff will be speaking about ideas from his internationally bestselling books “Detonate” and “Provoke” which are founded upon challenging the playbooks of the past and acting with purpose – in the absence of perfect data – to create the future we desire.
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Deloitte
09:50 - 10:25
The Emerging Cybersecurity and Risk Landscape
All sectors are facing increased pressure to stay competitive. Organizations have fundamentally changed the way they work and face new challenges. They must balance dealing with emerging threats while modernizing their infrastructure and services. During this talk I will cover some of the key challenges faced including: How to deal with emerging threats in the post COVID-19 world? The impact of digital transformation on security The impact of digital assets The changing regulatory landscape What does effective risk management look like?
David A. Cass
VP Cyber & IT Risk , Federal Reserve Bank of New York Supervision Group
10:45 - 11:15
The Intelligent next level of Digitization
In a volatile business environment and with critical peer groups raising their expectations on company purpose, new existential enterprise factors are emerging for company leaders to act on with speed. Helle Dochedahl, Managing Director of SAP Nordic & Baltic, takes the Nordic enterprise view to develop a clear perspective on how companies struggle to establish a new work culture, improve supply chain resilience and integrate sustainability at their core. The highly interdependent factors call for taking the next level of digitization, which is intelligent and networked.
Nordic CEO, SAP
11:15 - 11:45
The next 20 Years: Continuous Crisis or Age of Opportunity?
What a show! Over the last two decades, the world around us has kept us is suspense with a never ending string of geopolitical shifts, an industrial revolution, mass migrations, financial crises, a pandemic, and a global climate emergency. We live in the age of continuous crisis. Or do we? Could there be calmer seas ahead? In his keynote, Florian Klein, Deloitte’s Global Head of Strategic Intelligence and Founder of the Center for the Long View will paint the big picture. Sorting Megatrends (that is to say drivers of the future about which we are rather certain) from Mega Questions (genuine uncertainties), we can develop more nuanced perspectives on how the next decades might play out, and what to do about it. Florian will report from more than 100 major forward looking studies he has conducted over the last years, and show how human and artificial intelligence can be combined to sense the future, and make sense of what we find. Spoiler alert: there is genuine hope.
Head of Strategic Intelligence, Monitor, Deloitte
12:45 - 13:45
Panel discussion - Connecting the dots
Hosted by David Guldager.
Natasha Friis Saxberg
CEO, Danish ICT Industry Association
CEO, Too Good To Go
13:55 - 14:25
From goals to action - what are the next steps in the climate fight and who will do what?
Former European Commissioner for Climate Action
14:45 - 15:15
Coop - a pioneer in sustainability and climate strategy
Coop wants their operations to be carbon positive and to reduce their indirect carbon emissions by more than 1 million tons in 2030. Coop is the first supermarket retailer in Denmark to announce a comprehensive, commercial climate strategy and to embed sustainability into the core of their business operations. The purpose of the strategy is not only to reduce Coop’s carbon emissions significantly, but also to inspire other companies in the global retail industry to implement more ambitious climate strategies. Kræn Østergaard will share their learnings/insights on how the journey has been so far, challenges along the way, how far have they come, and what will the future bring for Coop. And what will it take to reach the ambitious goal while staying commercially profitable.
15:25 - 16:00
Leadership defines the future
Jim Snabe will talk about how we can create a more globalised, digitalised and sustainable future. And we define and create a new future – not just a prolonging of the past. Jim will connect the dots between digitalisation, sustainability and resilience (and other megatrends today – e.g. globalisation, future of work). Jim will look at wrong assumptions, that we are guided by as well as the role of leadership in driving change.
Jim Hagemann Snabe
Board member of the World Economic Forum, Chairman of A.P. Moller Maersk and Siemens
16:00 - 16:50
Marc Randolph (virtual, live Q&A)
Marc will be joining us live from his studio in California and will be having a fireside chat with Martin Nyrop, Partner Deloitte. For this session we will hear how Netflix was born, the importance of leadership and culture and Marcs expectations for the future!
16:50 - 18:00
Reception, networking and meet our alliance partners
10:45 - 11:15
Towards a carbon-free future
Climate change is happening now. As a global leader, Google has an immense responsibility to act. Eva will be speaking about Google Cloud's sustainability journey and how we’re now pursuing our most ambitious goal yet, to be carbon-free by 2030. By harnessing new technologies, investing in infrastructure and tools, especially in new data- centers in Denmark and Sweden, and by empowering partners, nonprofits and people, this can be the most decisive decade for climate action yet.