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Beyond Covid-19: Strategic Planning in a Digital World

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Sep 17, 2020 01:42 PM

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Speakers

Shubber Ali
Managing Director, Digital Innovation @Accenture
Shubber is one of Accenture's global innovation leaders. Prior to rejoining Accenture in 2017, he was co-founder/CEO of Centriq Technology. Before Centriq, Shubber was a Vice President of Strategic Innovation at Salesforce.com, where he worked with clients to help them strategically transform their businesses by focusing on how to rethink and radically simplify business processes and models. Prior to that, he led Innovation in Silicon Valley for Accenture. He currently serves as a board member for Mindshare, a mentorship program for D.C.-area CEOs, and as a member of the Dean's advisory committee for the Georgetown University Graduate School of Business, where he teaches a course in Innovation Management as an Adjunct Professor in the Executive MBA program. He is also a member of the Airbus STAR program.
Tom Stephens, Ph.D.
Founder & Managing Director @Prescient360 Group
Thomas Stephens, Ph.D., is the founder and managing director of the Prescient360 Group, a professional services firm providing support to companies and non-profit organizations both in the United States and internationally in the areas of strategic planning, organizational resilience, change management, and program design.
David Terry
CEO @Archway Health
As the CEO of Archway Health, Mr. Terry is a leading expert on care and risk management strategies and underwriting within value-based care programs of all types. Throughout his 20-year-career in healthcare Mr. Terry has been a senior executive for providers all along the care continuum and within all types of reimbursement models. Prior to joining Archway, David served as a partner with both Partners Healthcare and Harborside Healthcare. Earlier in his career David served as a partner with The Chartis Group, where he developed provider networks and risk sharing models for Medicare ACOs. Mr. Terry holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Columbia University. He currently serves on the board of Bottom Line, a national educational non-profit, and is a past board member of the Harvard Business School Health Industry Alumni Association.