Back by popular demand. We invite you to join us for a new season of thought-provoking conversations with truly inspirational international leaders. They will explore how they build business adaptability through digital, social and management transformation strategies and reflect on leadership in an increasingly digital and volatile world. We will also learn how they are managing their own resilience. Hosted by Colin Iles, CEO of Innovation Catalysts, the iOCO Inspire Series aims to stimulate different ways of thinking about our future.

Week 5 | Our Guest Speaker

Tony Saldanha

President, Transformant & former VP Global
Business Services & IT at P&G | New York
Date | 1 October Thursday
Time | 15h00 – 16h00

TOPIC | Why Digital Transformations fail

Tony is globally recognized as a business leader who has driven innovation in IT and shared services for three decades. Having led Procter & Gamble's famed multi-billion dollar Global Business Services and IT operations in every region across the world, Tony Saldanha turned his attention to advising Fortune 100 boards and CXO's on digital transformation and shared services, as well as to writing.  Considering his experience in industry, it was no surprise his first book Why Digital Transformations Fail was ranked #1 in Amazon’s organisational change category.

Week 4 | Watch last week's speaker

Andrew Baker

CTO Absa | South Africa

Week 3

Gina Bianchini

Founder & CEO of Mighty Networks | Los Angeles

Week 2

Stephen van Coller

CEO EOH Group | South Africa

Week 1

India Gary-Martin

Leadership Expert & Coach | Washington DC

Season 1

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As we emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, we would like to invite you to follow the iOCO Inspire Series.

Each week for five weeks, you will have access to industry thought leaders, each with thought-provoking views on the future, leadership, creating adaptable and resilient businesses.

The series is hosted by international speaker Colin Iles of Innovation Catalysts in partnership with iOCO.