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LDS VP to Discuss Realizing Digital Transformation Through New Work Practices

On May 10th, Logical Design Solutions’ Vice President of Business Strategy and Design, Brad Ivie, will discuss Realizing Digital Transformation Through New Work Practices at the DISRUPT / Northern NJ conference. The premise for Brad’s discussion is that digital business needs to consider new work design in the business value chain. “We’re observing that companies are challenged to get real value out of the digitalization of their ecosystems while digitalization has opened up new possibilities for new work” says Brad.

DISRUPT features ten spirited five-minute presentations (think “mini-TED Talks”) on the future of work, delivered by professionals driving innovation in human/work design, culture, and experience. Other speakers joining Brad are:

  • Michele Siekerka, New Jersey Business and Industry Association President CEO
  • Beverly Tarulli, Vice President – Human Capital Strategy & Workforce Analytics, PepsiCo
  • Wendy Branche, Vice President – Talent Management & Engagement, ITT Corporation
  • Regina Hourigan, Manager – Innovation Capability at Colgate-Palmolive
  • Brad Ivie, Managing Director – Business Strategy & Design, Logical Design Solutions
  • Jim Mahaney, Vice President – Strategic Initiatives, Prudential
  • Bruce Molloy, Chief AI Officer, (contributor to Forbes magazine on machine learning)
  • David Opderbeck, Seton Hall University Professor of Law and Counsel, Gibbons PC
  • Anna Orgera, Partner, Mercer Consulting

In addition to the talks, the event offers:

  • Access to a DISRUPTOR Pavilion of start-ups and first-round funded companies with new ideas and technologies for you to discover
  • An opportunity to network with the more than 200 professionals
  • And, a chance to win two tickets to the Broadway show Hamilton, courtesy of Quantum Health.

Date: Thursday, May 10, 2018
Time: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: The Atrium, 100 Campus Drive, Florham Park, NJ

Hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, and other beverages will be provided.

For more information and to purchase tickets for the May 10 program, visit the DISRUPT / NNJ Eventbrite page. See key take-aways from the October event and speaker videos.


DISRUPT is a global non-profit meetup platform focused on work and organizations. The aim of this event is to further the dialogue between corporations, professionals, start-ups, and entrepreneurs on the Future of Work in NJ.