As many know, I have adapted the content of my book and sold-out course at Oxford into an intensive corporate training workshop on engineering digital trust. Sometimes, however, there are other ways to learn with me directly. Here are two examples:
The first sponsor for my corporate workshop recognized that, for internal processes, digital trust is just as important! The concept was to introduce the engineering tools and strategies I have developed to enable the company to look at how to improve the trust value of their internal information itself. How important was this opportunity? I was stunned to learn that the sponsor flew executives in from Asia and Europe to spend two days learning with me!
A second group convenes periodically, consisting of C-level executives in a specific discipline. In this setting, I am welcomed into the meetings on a continuing basis, to learn firsthand the challenges facing this group and, both as a commentator and as an occasional substantive contributor, keep the intersecting disciplines of technology, business, and law connected and top-of-mind in how they consider problems and solutions. I love this model–it allows me to be an expert advisor and truly get to know the domains of interest and opportunity where I can make the best contributions.
If you would like to explore how I can best enable your team to lead the next disruption–achieving digital trust–pick up the phone or request to schedule a call. I consider every chance to teach an opportunity to help you succeed.