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Abbie is a sought-after keynote speaker and moderator for executive conferences, roundtables and events. Her research, thought-leadership projects and extensive relationships with CIOs and senior business leaders provide her with a rich source of current material for executive audiences.
- The Digital Workplace: Recreating work as a blend of virtual and physical experiences
- Accelerating Digital Transformation for the Next Normal
- From Trainer to Transformer: The transformation of the chief learning officer
- Improving Results through Employee Performance and Engagement
- Equipping Frontline Workers for Success
- Practical AI - getting results from artificial intelligence (AI / ML) in your business today
Abbie has presented at national and international conferences and executive summits for such companies as Google, IBM, Oracle, Red Hat, Microsoft and CIO. She has co-presented with news anchor Sam Donaldson, VC and author Geoffrey Moore and Harvard legal experts Arthur Miller and Jonathan Zittrain.
Abbie specializes in:
- Onstage celebrity interviews (e.g., Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, business icon Peter Drucker, Secretary of State Madeline Albright, U.S. Senator John McCain, and numerous luminary CIOs)
- Keynotes that leverage original research and include storytelling and audience engagement for senior leaders
- Conference moderation
- Panel and roundtable moderation, town hall sessions
- Executive audiences –CIOs as well as non-IT executives interested in the digital economy
An accomplished facilitator of group discussions, Abbie leads dozens of executives dinners and roundtables every year. She receives consistently high marks from audiences and clients alike.
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Abbie in Action.
Topics & Sample Presentations.
A New Leadership Model for Digital Business
May 2017 This presentation is based on research I conducted for Harvard Business Review Analytic Services as well as interviews with dozens of business leaders and CIOs.
Abbie Lundberg interviewing Madeleine Albright at the first CIO Year Ahead conference
November 2014 Abbie Lundberg interviewing Madeleine Albright at the first CIO Year Ahead conference
Digital Innovation, IT and the Art of Influence
November 2014 A presentation based on research I conducted for Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, delivered at the St. Louis Gateway to Innovation conference.
The Influential CIO
July 2012 An excerpt of my Persuasive Communication and Influence workshop. For more information or to book a workshop, visit my website at http://lundbergmedia.com or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Selling to the CIO
May 2010 People who have viewed my CIO’s Dilemma preso will recognize some of the slides on the front end of this one but the rest is all new material.
The CIO’s Dilemma
April 2010 The CIO’s dilemma can best be described as having to manage the competing imperatives for growth, innovation and new capabilities on the one hand and continued cost reduction and efficiency on the other. There is an answer to the CIO’s dilemma: simplification.
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How Transparency in Technology Spending Can Drive Business ValueJune 2021
A Harvard Business Review Analytic Services webinar with Alex Clemente of HBR Analytic Services; RJ Hazra, Senior VP and CFO, Equifax Global Security and Technology; Mark Schwartz, Enterprise Strategist, AWS; and Sunny Gupta, Co-founder and CEO, Apptio
Connecting People and Data in the Customer-Centric OrganizationJune 2021
A Harvard Business Review Analytic Services webinar with Pacific Life’s Christine Tucker, chief customer experience officer, and Rob Goodman, vice president and CRM program owner.
Uniting Around the Customer: Creating Experiences that Are Easy, Engaging, and ProfitableMay 2021
A Harvard Business Review Analytic Services webinar in which I’ll share highlights from our most recent research and lead a panel discussion with Rob Birse, head of global B2B ecommerce at Kellogg’s, and Michael Krigsman, industry analyst and host of CXOTalk
Adopting AI: Putting the Pieces TogetherMay 2021
An MIT SMR webinar with Beena Ammanath, Executive director, Deloitte AI Institute and AI ethics lead, Deloitte; Chris Donovan, Executive director, enterprise analytics, Cleveland Clinic; and Kimberly Nevala, Strategic advisor, SAS. Moderated by Abbie Lundberg
Adopting AI: Ensuring Technical ReadinessApril 2021
An MIT SMR webinar with Ritu Jyoti, Program Vice President for AI Research, IDC; Jose A. Murillo, Chief Analytics Officer, Grupo Financiero Banorte; and Kimberly Nevala, Strategic Advisor, SAS. Moderated by Abbie Lundberg
MIT CIO SymposiumApril 2021
“Rapid Shift in Talent and Knowledge Acquisition,” Episode #4
Adopting AI: Ensuring Business ReadinessMarch 2021
An MIT SMR webinar with Tadashi Funahashi, M.D., Chief Innovation & Transformation Officer & Orthopedic Surgeon, Kaiser Permanente; Fernando Lucini, Global Data Science & Machine Learning Engineering Lead for Accenture Applied Intelligence; and Kimberly Nevala, Strategic Advisor, SAS. Moderated by Abbie Lundberg
SAP Perspectives 2021March 2021
View the recording of a live virtual event showcasing recent HBR research on the Future of Work, from SAP Australia (9:30 a.m. 3/24 Sydney time)
Enterprise AR Powers Front-Line Productivity in the ‘Next Normal’March 2021
An MIT SMR webinar with Michael Campbell, EVP & GM for augmented reality at PTC and Donald Brady, a principal with Deloitte’s digital practice. Moderated by Abbie Lundberg
IT Leadership for the Next NormalDecember 2020
A preview of new research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, with Jim Swanson, CIO at Johnson & Johnson, and Ginny Hamilton, The Enterprisers Project
Adopting AI: Picking the Right Problems to SolveDecember 2020
An MIT SMR webinar with Kimberly Nevala, SAS; Monica Livingston, Intel; and Pete Smith, University of Texas at Arlington
Making Strategic Technology Decisions for Successful Enterprise AISeptember 2020
An MIT SMR webinar with Emily Potyraj, Pure Storage, and Tony Paikeday, NVIDIA. Moderated by Abbie Lundberg.
Recreating Work as a Blend of Virtual and Physical ExperiencesSeptember 2020
An HBR Analytic Services webinar with Abbie Lundberg, Melanie Frank, Capital One, and Sampath Sowmyanarayan, Verizon Business
Strengthening Online Learning and Readying for the Return to In-Real-Life LearningJuly 2020
An MIT SMR webinar with Sanjay Sarma, MIT, and Prakash Tripathi, Harman Intl., moderated by Abbie Lundberg
Using Artificial Intelligence to Thrive in Challenging TimesJune 2020
An MIT SMR webinar with Tony Paikeday, Nvidia, and Justin Emerson, Pure Storage, moderated by Abbie Lundberg
Combining IoT and Augmented Reality for Business Continuity and TransformationMay 2020
An MIT SMR webinar with Vladimir Lukic, Boston Consulting Group, and Craig Melrose, PTC. Moderated by Abbie Lundberg
How to Scale Production Machine Learning in the EnterpriseOctober 2019
Webinar: An MIT SMR webinar with Tom Davenport, Alex Breshears, and Abbie Lundberg
Implementing AI: From Starting Out to Scaling UpApril 2019
An MIT SMR webinar with Gillian Armstrong, Liberty Mutual; John Ashley, NVIDIA; Eric Kessler, AWS Professional Services; and Abbie Lundberg
Better Code Faster, a Google digital conferenceJanuary 2019
Engaging Executives for Faster Software Development (10 min. video)
Competing in the Connected EconomyJune 2016
Harvard Club of New York: Webinar and live panel event hosted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and sponsored by IBM
Podcast: Competing in the Insight Economy, part 2March 2016
In part 2, IBM’s Rick Perret and I talk about what Insight Leaders do differently
Podcast: Competing in the Insight Economy, part 1March 2016
IBM’s Rick Perret and I discuss data, analytics and competing in the insight economy.
Webinar: Oracle CloudJune 2015
Online: “Cloud Computing Comes of Age”
Webcast: Harvard Business Review: How to Drive Digital InnovationMarch 2015
Available On Demand: Harvard Business Review Analytic Services conducted a survey on how business users are driving digital innovation. The number one concern? The partnership between business and IT.