The Golden Rules of a Successful Mobile Enterprise: Looking Ahead to Atlanta

Contributor: Robbie Westacott
Posted: 05/25/2015
The Golden Rules of a Successful Mobile Enterprise: Looking Ahead to Atlanta
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There is just over one month to go until this year's Enterprise Mobility Exchange, East Coast event, which will be taking place at the Loews Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, 7 - 9 July.

The exciting list of confirmed speakers set to lead the event's diverse selection of engaging and educational sessions includes Andy Purdy, Chief Security Officer of Huawei Technologies USA and Paige Francis, Chief Information Officer of Fairfield University, among many others.

We're delighted to reveal that one of those others is Giovanni Piazza, Global Head of Information and Knowledge Management, Johnson & Johnson, Discovery Sciences. Johnson & Johnson has approximately 126,500 employees and over 265 operating companies, working with partners in healthcare to serve over a billion people every day, across more than 60 countries worldwide.

Giovanni Piazza.pngGiovanni is renowned in the industry for his versatility and professionalism, with extensive expertise and a solid record of success in knowledge management and enterprise digital presence.

Giovanni's notable experience prior to joining Johnson & Johnson includes building Ernst & Young's leading Intranet and Knowledge Management environment, as well as introducing the concept of Enterprise 2.0 to the organisation.

Under Giovanni's leadership in all aspects of its knowledge sharing tools, processes, procedures, applications and technologies, Ernst & Young won the MAKE (Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise) Award for 12 consecutive years, which no other organisation has been able to achieve.

Giovanni has consistently executed innovative and creative concepts with outstanding results throughout his career, and has since joined Johnson & Johnson to define and implement a strategy that will improve all digital and operationally scientific information flows and standards with internal and external partners.

Within his role as Global Head of Information and Knowledge Management, Giovanni has concentrated his efforts on providing management and technical leadership for internal and external IT, and knowledge management development functions including the management of business processes and solutions across geographies, nationalities, clients, providers and business partners.

At the Exchange, Giovanni will present a unique case study, titled, The Golden Rules of a Successful Mobile Enterprise. Taking place on Wednesday 8 July, this case study will be part of a three-way session categorised by different themes, with Giovannia's case study falling under the theme of Mobile Innovation and User Engagement.

The two corresponding case studies will consist of, From Paper to Paper-Lite: A Journey in Post-Acute Healthcare (Mobile Cloud), by Mark Crandall, Chief Information Officer at Consulate Healthcare; and, Implementing a Digital Strategy in a Ubiquitous and Mobile Environment (Mobile Marketing & Customer Experience), by Quinn Banks, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Mobile at Farmers Insurance.

Each of these three case studies will present the audience with practical steps to take based on key lessons learned by the speakers, and offer constructive advice related to each of the respective themes being discussed.

For more information regarding the 2015 Enterprise Mobility Exchange, East Coast, you can visit the website for a detailed preview of all the interactive presentations, panel discussions and other important sessions.


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Contributor: Robbie Westacott