xLab Quarterly Roundtablehttps://weatherhead.case.edu/events/2021/12/07/xlab-quarterly-roundtable
The next xLab Quarterly Roundtable meeting will address understanding and assessing your company’s digital maturity. The panel discussion will feature industry professionals who will share why assessment of digital maturity is important and their experiences with digital transformation.
Join the discussion moderated by Professor of Information Systems and xLab faculty director Youngjin Yoo. Panelists include:
Jerry Grunewald, Vice President of Operations at INVISTA, part of Koch Industries, one of the largest privately held companies in the United States. Jerry leads INVISTA’s Operations Transformation effort, focused on delivering value from the Digital Plant of the Future. His team focuses on unlocking the underlying data in each area to convert data to knowledge, knowledge to action, and action to value. Prior to this role, Jerry led INVISTA’s global R&D team. His group developed several breakthrough technologies in Nylon 66 intermediates and polymer products and processes that have recently been or are currently being commercialized.
Steven Moskowitz is the Director of Digital Transformation at Entegris, responsible for overall digital transformation strategy and data analytics, literacy, and governance. Steven holds a BA in Chemistry, University of Rochester, and a PhD in Chemistry, University of Washington. Prior to this role, Steven spent the seven years in the CTO organization, leading Innovation Management. Steven is the current chair of the IRI (Innovation Research Interchange) and the Entegris rep to the MLC (Manufacturing Leadership Council). Prior to joining Entegris, Steven spent over 12 years with IBM in various technical and leadership roles.
Registration is required. This webinar is free and open to all.
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