EmTech Trends: Enhancing Productivity

Employing Technology for Productivity Gains

Members only
May 14, 2019
08:00 to 09:00

In today's Business 4.0 environment, the rapid rate of change can be overwhelming. How to create a culture of agility while also ensuring long-term, mission-driven focus? How to use technology smartly to free up more time for new business development and client relationship management?

In a recent survey, AESC Members shared that productivity is a top business issue for both their own firms and their clients. According to The Conference Board's C-Suite Challenge 2019, increasing productivity is a top two (after improving the customer experience) desired business outcome for organizations when they adopt new technologies.

Join us for the first in our new webinar series covering emerging technology trends and how they impact your firm and your clients.

We'll be joined by an expert panel of entrepreneurs from companies employing technology in smart ways for productivity gains:

  • Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Chief Information Officer, Russell Reynolds Associates
  • Richard Harrison, SVP Product, Executive Search, Invenias
  • Dennis R. Mortensen, CEO & Founder, x.ai

Moderated by Karen Greenbaum, President & CEO, AESC

About Invenias
Over 1,000 Executive Search Firms across the globe, including many AESC Member firms, use Invenias to deliver search assignments more effectively, build stronger relationships with their clients and candidates and transform the productivity of their operations. To learn more, visit invenias.com to request a free no obligation demo.

About x.ai
Founded in 2014, x.ai is a technology company with a mission to democratize the personal assistant. We’ve created Amy and Andrew Ingram, autonomous AI assistants who schedule meetings for you. We believe in invisible software, kindness as a design principle, and the power of AI to increase human potential. Learn more at x.ai.

About Kathleen Fitzpatrick
Kathleen Fitzpatrick is the Chief Information Officer of Russell Reynolds Associates. Based in New York, Kathleen has been a champion for change as she continues to drive Russell Reynolds digital transformation and its adoption. She is responsible for the firm’s overall technology strategy and implementation, including cyber security, and serves as member of the firm’s Operating Committee.
Kathleen leverages her significant experience in key areas such as innovative systems design, technology integration, data & analytics (including AI) and change management to ensure that the Information Services team understands, translates technology trends and business needs and delivers viable technology solutions which enable Russell Reynolds 46 offices to move forward.

Register to explore:
  • Today's top productivity killers and how to squelch them
  • The demand for agility—becoming more agile
  • Leveraging smart technologies for greater ROI