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KPMG Webcast: Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey Release Forum
Join KPMG as we share key findings from the 22nd annual Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey 2020. We will explore the impact of COVID-19, what it meant for businesses at the outset, as well as how it’s going to affect organizations moving forward.
In addition, we will share insights on the following:
As an attendee of the live webcast, you will receive a complimentary copy of the CIO Survey report containing important data that will help you benchmark yourself and your organization among your peers.
KPMG Life Sciences Future Pathways Forum 2020; ft. CVS and Harvard Medical School
On October 13th KPMG’s Global Healthcare and Life Sciences Strategy Lead, Kristin Pothier, along with National Life Sciences Strategy Lead, Jeff Stoll, will discuss how cell and gene therapies are impacting sector-wide growth strategies. Chris Gottlieb, a Principal in KPMG’s Supply Chain and Operations practice, will examine how sophisticated analytics are being deployed to increase operational efficiency and profitability.
Following these two 30-minute sessions, we will host a one hour discussion, “Medical Education for the Masses: Bringing America Back to Work and School” with a panel of industry and medical professionals including participation from Harvard Medical School, the Chief Medical Officer of CVS, and other contributors.
CFO Leadership Council: Navigating the New Work World, Work From Anywhere?
Join KPMG and the CFO Leadership Council for a virtual members only discussion, "Navigating the New Work World," which will focus on what CFOs need to know to successfully lead now and tomorrow.
Among the topics are Employee Relations (managing employees in the current state, engagement, motivation, and safety) and Tax Obligations: 5 Things to Know Now.
NACD: The Future of Board Governance ft. KPMG & BlackRock
This program, featuring the Global head of Institutional Relations for BlackRock’s Stewardship Investment Team, includes experts in Governance and a sitting public company director.
The panelists will explore changes underway in corporate governance and where the future may take us. The panel will discuss what is working, and what is not. The panel will also discuss how the demands on boards have changed, and how they will continue to change. This will include reflections about the increasing involvement of shareholders and how it will evolve into the future.
MassTLC CMO Peer Group: Building Digital Analytics Capabilities & an Internal Agency
Join this MassTLC members-only discussion to explore the future of marketing, adding advanced marketing analytics to their marketing toolbox through technology, talent, and teamwork. Discuss the strategies you need to create a robust marketing analytics team, enabling your organization to reach further into existing markets and continue expanding your client/customer base.
Lauren Boyman, CMO, KPMG
Chris Broyles, Executive Director, Internal Agency within KPMG.
During this discussion, Lauren and Chris will discuss how KPMG is achieving their mission of Future Ready Marketing.
This session will discuss:
· Team realignment
· Internal agency responsibilities
· Marketing analytics
· Increasing efficiencies
NACD 2021 Aspiring Public Company Director Bootcamp
In association with The Boston Club and the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, the NACD New England Chapter presents the Aspiring Public Company Director Boot Camp. This program is designed for individuals who currently sit on large nonprofit boards or private corporate boards; and/or are "C-Suite level", who wish to take the next step toward securing a public company board seat. The discussions will be led by public company directors, or industry experts.
MedExecWomen Conference 2021
The second annual MedExecWomen Conference will be held on April 6, 2021 at KPMG in Boston. A one-day event, MedExecWomen 2021 will again feature industry executives discussing dynamic topics to provide insight that empowers women and accelerates progress. Panel discussion topics include:
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