How a Critical Player in Global Pandemic Response Relies on Cultural and Technology Resilience
Scot Lindsey, CTO, Eli Lilly & Co.
For 145 years, the global pharmaceutical Eli Lilly & Company has relied on a culture of resilience for reliability and success. The world depends on Lilly to provide medicines and treatments across many generations, and the current pandemic is no exception. Join us as we explore how technology is critical to support Lilly’s ongoing business, and how it’s played a key role in global pandemic response.
Interviewed by: Derek Hulitzky, VP, Content Development & Strategy, IDG Communications, Inc.
The Role of Business and Technology Resilience for The Washington Post
Shailesh Prakash, CIO and VP, Digital Product Development, The Washington Post
Unlike many other industries, media is used to ongoing change with the news cycle, the platforms its customers use, and changing business conditions. But core principles that leverage technology are what keep properties like The Washington Post relevant across the decades. Join us to learn how technology plays a key part in their overall business resilience.
Interviewed by: Maryfran Johnson, CEO, Maryfran Johnson Media
How Discount Tire Leverages Technology and Culture for Business Resilience
Gary Desai, CIO, Discount Tire
It took just two weeks after the pandemic struck for Discount Tire to change almost everything about how it interacts with customers in its 1000-plus stores across the country. Now, the company is expanding its use of cloud technology and microservices architecture to make many of these changes permanent with an eye toward gaining even greater operational efficiencies and enhanced customer service. Join us to learn how all of this is not only simplifying how customers interact with the organization, but reinforcing business resilience.
Interviewed by: Julia King, Contributing Editor, Computerworld/CIO, IDG Communications, Inc.