Small Steps, Giant Leaps: The Digital Transformation Experience

Small Steps, Giant Leaps: The Digital Transformation Experience

11 Apr 2018, 13:00 - 14:00

The Faculty

Content management and digital transformation depend on technology, clearly. Yet a successful digital transformation project will rely as much on redefining and reimagining the experiences of customers, employees, and other stakeholders as it does on the underlying solution. Meanwhile, content management plays an increasingly critical role as part of a wider set of smart information management strategies guide decision-making process and direct technology investments. The panel will share stories of innovation in publishing marked by changes in workflow and production as well as in markets and customer habits.



  • Kathryn Earle


    Managing Director

    Digital Resources Division, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

    Kathryn Earle is Managing Director, Digital Resources Division, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, where she is responsible for large-scale digital products...

  • Dr Junaid Mubeen


    Director of Education

    Whizz Education

    Dr Junaid Mubeen is a research mathematician turned educator, working at the nexus of education, innovation and technology. As Director of Education...

  • John Newton


    CTO and Founder


    John Newton has had one of the longest and most influential careers in content management. Founded in 2005 and headquartered in San Mateo, California...

  • Kiren Shoman


    Editorial Director


      Kiren Shoman is responsible for SAGE London’s textbook and reference program, and is the strategic lead of the recently launched SAGE Video...

  • Jonathan Brett-Harris


    Managing Director


      Prior to joining Ixxus, a subsidiary of Copyright Clearance Center, in May 2017, Jonathan Brett-Harris was executive vice president, managing...

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