Preparing $73B in revenues for a World Remade by COVID-19
Updated: Sep 11, 2020
Preparing $73B in revenues for a World Remade by COVID-19 (掌握疫情後世界重建的730億美元商機
Host: Monte Jade West Location: Online Date: Thursday, Aug 27, 2020 Time: 5:00-6:30PM Speakers: -Andrew Blau, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting -Nana Tseng, VP of North America Sales, ASE -Michael Costigan, Scenarios & Strategic Planning, Office of the CEO, Salesforce Evenbrite registration is required (click here). Zoom links for this session (session 1) will be sent via email prior to the event to everyone that registers via Evenbrite. Fees: Free for Monte Jade members; $10 for non members As the world continues continues to be impacted by the rolling shutdowns driven by the Covid-19 virus, business ecosystems and the normal global flows have begun to shift. With a divergence between how different countries deal with the virus and their corresponding impacts to GDP how are companies setting themselves up for a world changed by Covid-19? What will happen between global trade and distributed supply chains. How do companies invest in the future in this rupture. Join us as we bring thought leader Andrew Blau - Managing Director at Deloitte who leads their Signature Issues Program created to accelerate Deloitte’s insights and services on the most important cross-cutting issues shaping organizations and markets. Also Nana Tseng - VP Sales of ASE the worlds largest semiconductor packing company with over $10B in global revenues brings insights to how the global semiconductor supply chain is dealing with this new world. Michael Costigan who sits in the office of the CEO will share some insights on what is currently focused on 1) developing fast-moving scenarios for the progression of the crisis created by the COVID virus and its effects on economies, societies and business; 2) on exploring the emerging patterns that will (perhaps) characterize a Next Normal beyond the crisis; and 3) clarifying and communicating the implications of the above for Salesforce, our customers and stakeholders. 隨著Covid-19疫情持續衝擊全世界，全球企業生態開始隨之轉變。各國對於疫情與對國民生產毛額衝擊之下, 所採取的應對措施不同；企業該如何應對這全球性的改變? 全球貿易與產業鏈之間將會產生什麼樣的變化？企業又該如何投資布局? 美西玉山將邀請德勤常務董事Andrew Blau，他帶領Signature Issues Program 在重要的議題上，為德勤提出洞見與服務，型塑組織與市場。我們也將邀請全球營收100億，世界第一大半導體封裝公司日月光業務副總Nana Tseng，與我們談談她對新世界半導體供應鏈的見解。第三位講員為Michael Costigan，他在Salesforce 總裁辦公室工作，他將與我們分享 1) 疫情快速變化下，對經濟社會與產業的影響; 2) 探索新興模式，這些新興模式在危機之下(可能)發展成為新的常態; 3) 闡明並傳達上述內容對Salesforce，與其客戶和利益相關者的影響。
Andrew Blau, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting With more than 30 years of experience that spans strategy consulting, futures thinking, social impact, and public policy, Andrew helps executive teams address and adapt to the most critical issues likely to shape their future success. He is a managing director at Deloitte Consulting, where he leads work on the firm’s “Signature Issues” program, created to accelerate Deloitte’s insights and services on the most important cross-cutting issues shaping organizations and markets. Previously, he launched and led Deloitte’s Strategic Risk Solutions practice, created to help senior executives and boards spot and prepare for disruption and other fundamental threats to their competitive position and business model. He also served as senior adviser to the Chief Strategy Officer, guiding internal efforts to develop and refine strategy for Deloitte and many of its practice areas, and as a Deloitte “Blockchain Fellow,” advising clients and Deloitte on the implications of the technology. Andrew joined Deloitte in 2013 with Deloitte’s acquisition of the Monitor Group, where he was a partner and head of Global Business Network, famous for the use of scenarios and other tools that help organizations thrive in a complex, uncertain environment. In that role, he led the largest dedicated scenario practice in the world, helping leaders in industry, government, and philanthropy manage uncertainty, develop new strategies, and make their organizations more able to adapt to change.
Nana Tseng, VP of Sales, ASE Nana Tseng is Vice President of Sales at Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), the world’s largest provider of independent manufacturing services in assembly and test. Based out of ASE’s US headquarter in Sunnyvale, she is responsible for the sales strategy, technical program management, business development and growth of the West region, covering a wide spectrum of fabless and IDM customers in diverse market applications. Her passion in this industry comes from working with innovative companies committed to bring the next revolutionary technology to the market. Prior to joining ASE in 2003, Nana worked and lived in Singapore for 7 years, starting as a management consultant at Booz & Company (formerly Booz Allen & Hamilton) working with multinationals and state owned enterprises in Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore specializing in market entry strategies, process re-engineering, and corporate restructuring. She holds a BS degree from University of California, Berkeley, and MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.
Michael Costigan, Scenarios & Strategic Planning, Office of the CEO, Salesforce Mick Costigan works on scenarios and strategy in the Office of the CEO at Salesforce. Mick was previously a fellow in the AI & Machine Learning team at the World Economic Forum's Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. He spent six years as a leader in Salesforce's customer innovation team, Ignite, founding the Latin America team and developing the company's CEO thought leadership content on Customer Transformation. He has more than 15 years’ experience consulting on strategy, innovation, scenarios and economic development, including at Global Business Network and Monitor Group, working with customers on five continents. He holds a Diplôme de Grande Ecole / MSc. from ESCP Europe and a BA in Economic and Social Science from Trinity College Dublin. He speaks fluent Spanish and French. Mick is originally from Ireland but has lived in the Bay Area since 2007.
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