Disruption: learn to play both offense and defense
Kit Colbert
Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
VMware
Being successful at anything is a great feeling. But in technology, the next wave is always coming. Remaining laser-focused on what made you successful is necessary for near-term growth but creates the risk that you will be left behind when (not if) the industry shifts. Getting the balance right between optimizing for success today and preparing for the possible disruption coming tomorrow is critical to longevity over time. How can you continue to be successful through massive disruption and major transformation? In this session, VMware’s CTO Kit Colbert will share lessons learned through 3 generations of change.
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