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Hybrid-Workplaces

Organisers

Tina Van Der Westhuizen
Phone
+27 (11) 706 6009
Email
tina@knowres.co.za
Category

Next Event

Date

21 - 22 Sep 2021

Time

All Day

Fee

R5,000

Designing and Managing the Hybrid Workplace Conference

Study after study indicates hybrid working is here to stay… Even after Covid-19! For example, a June survey conducted by the London Chamber of Commerce of 520 business leaders revealed that among companies where employees can work from home, half expect workers to remain remote, working five days per week (even past-Covid).

While in another international study of 55 countries, 77% of surveyed leaders who work at companies with more than 1,000 employees indicated flexible work was highly successful. At the same time, 53% of those surveyed reported employee engagement improved!

But a recent McKinsey report provides possibly the most compelling evidence of a permanent migration to hybrid working. The study reported 87% of executives surveyed were implementing a hybrid working model ranging from less than 20% of time at the office to 80% at the office. At the same time, a BCG study indicated 53% of South Africans would prefer a job that allows them to work from home occasionally and 44% indicated they want to work remotely.

There are red flags however…

McKinsey also reported 68% of executives have no detailed plans for a hybrid workplace. While only 16% have a detailed vision in place and have communicated that effectively to employees. This can leave many employees feeling anxious. Added to that, the pros and cons of remote work should also be thoroughly considered before moving to a hybrid working environment.

Prof Lynda Gratton cautions hybrid work arrangements should never replicate existing bad practices – as was the case when companies began automating work processes decades ago. Deal and Levenson, also make the point that leaders should think strategically about how their plans address three key areas: Strengthening weak ties, building social capital in new teams and onboarding employees.

Furthermore, decisions should be made around:

  • Who should be brought back together in a weekly cadence of in-person and virtual interactions?
  • What work should be prioritised (in the now scarcer in person time)?
  • How do leaders manage the transition to a hybrid world with the least resistance?
  • How much flexibility do employees want and need?
  • Who should make the decision about who does and doesn’t get to work remotely?
  • How do you keep a strong culture?
  • How do you sustain productivity?
  • What type of jobs are better suited to be more remotely?
  • What are the optimal performance management models?
  • How do you change your leadership style in the hybrid work environment?

 

So, it is clear that in future the office space will be a place: “Where we meet, where we discuss projects, where we train and exchange ideas. Ironically going to work will be where we build social capital.” (Professor Fayard).

This two-day, virtual conference will bring together leading local and international experts to unpack the challenges around hybrid working and offer practical solutions you can immediately implement in your own workplace.

 

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?

The KR Designing and Managing Hybrid Workplaces Conference will explore crucial issues such as:

  • How to maintain optimal productivity for virtual employees.
  • How to create high-performance teams in a hybrid environment.
  • Making sense of the increased complexity levels emanating from a hybrid workplace.
  • Improving the social capital of the organisation.
  • The rights and obligations of employees and employers in the hybrid world.
  • New models of performance evaluation and management.
  • Building corporate culture that creates a sense of purpose and belonging.
  • Rethinking people strategies in terms of talent management, diversity and inclusion, learning and development, etc.
  • Promoting employee wellbeing in the new hybrid work environment.
  • Creating and managing psychological safety in a hybrid workplace.
  • Managing employee relations in a hybrid environment.
  • Leadership challenges in the hybrid world.
  • Case studies from MTN, Nedbank, Accenture, PPS, Vodacom, Unilever, The Goodway Group.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • CEOs
  • HR Directors and CHROs
  • HR executives and HRBPs
  • Talent management professionals
  • OD and change managers
  • Organisational Effectiveness managers
  • Personnel Services managers
  • Facilities managers
  • Office Planners
  • Architects

REGISTRATION FEES (excl. VAT)

Designing and Managing the Hybrid Workplace Conference
Two-day Conference  | 21–22 September 2021
Normal Rate:  R5 000.00
KR Community Member:  R4 000.00 (save R1 000)


 

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Hourly Schedule

Day 1: 21 September 2021

09:00 - 09:10
Welcome and opening remarks by chairperson
09:10 - 09:50
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER | Designing the hybrid office – from workplace to culture space
Speaker: PROF ANNE-LAURE FAYARD, ERA Chaired Professor in Social Innovation at NOVA School of Business and Economics and Professor of Innovation, Design and Organizational Studies at NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Speakers:
Prof Anne-Laure Fayard
09:50 - 10:30
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER | Performance Management in the Context of Hybrid Work
Speaker: DAVID CONRADIE, Senior Advisor, Deloitte Consulting France
Speakers:
David Conradie
10:30 - 11:10
The MTN case – best practices for transforming to a hybrid workplace
Speaker: PAUL NORMAN, Group Chief Human Resources Officer, MTN
Speakers:
Paul Norman
11:10 - 11:40
Morning break
11:40 - 12:20
The Nedbank Hybrid Working Model
Speaker: ELSA TSHATEDI, Programme Executive, Group Human Resources at Nedbank
Speakers:
Elsa Tshatedi
12:20 - 13:00
Managing and functioning in hybrid workplaces is complex – how do you make sense of rising uncertainty and complexity?
Speaker: SONJA BLIGNAUT, Founder and CEO at More Beyond
Speakers:
Sonja Blignaut
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch break
14:00 - 14:40
Employee relations in a hybrid environment – the challenges and new realities
Speaker: AKONA MAKOBOKA, Employee Relations Lead (Africa) at Accenture
Speakers:
Akona Makoboka
14:40 - 15:20
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER | Five models for the post pandemic workplace
Speaker: DANIEL DAVIS, Senior Researcher at Hassell Hassell is an international design practice with studios in Australia, China, South East Asia, United Kingdom and USA. They endeavour to design the world’s best places – places people love.
Speakers:
Daniel Davis
15:20 - 15:40
Afternoon break
15:40 - 16:20
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER | Leadership challenges in the hybrid work environment
Speaker: KATHY HARVEY, Associate Dean, MBA and Executive Degrees, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Speakers:
Kathy Harvey
16:20 - 17:00
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS | Figuring out social capital is critical for the future of hybrid work
Speakers: JENNIFER J. DEAL AND ALEC LEVENSON Jennifer J. Deal and Alec Levenson are both senior research scientists at the Center for Effective Organizations in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.
17:00 - 17:15
Wrap up and close of day one

Day 2: 22 September 2021

09:00 - 09:10
Welcome and opening remarks by chairperson
09:10 - 09:50
PANEL DISCUSSION: Talent strategies for a hybrid world
Panel: LISA ANDREWS, Talent & Organisation Director - Africa at Unilever AND DR RENATE SCHERRER, Managing Director: JvRC AND ZANDILE NJILO, Leadership Conversationalist Expert (Co-Founder and CEO) AND DVORAH STEIN, Founder, The Hive
Speakers:
Dr Renate Scherrer, Dvorah Stein, Lisa Andrews, Zandile Njilo
09:50 - 10:30
The PPS case in establishing a hybrid workplace
Speaker: MASENYANE MOLEFE, Group Executive HR at PPS
Speakers:
Masenyane Molefe
10:30 - 11:00
Promoting employee wellbeing in the new hybrid work environment
Speaker: NAVLIKA RATANGEE, Managing Director at ICAS Southern Africa and Editor of the newly published book: “Mental Health in the Workplace”
Speakers:
Navlika Ratangee
11:10 - 11:30
Morning break
11:30 - 12:10
Rights and obligations of employers and employees in the hybrid environment
Speaker: JAN KEMP NEL, Labour and Employment Law Specialist and Best-Selling Author
Speakers:
Jan Kemp Nel (Snr.)
12:10 - 13:00
PANEL DISCUSSION: Get future ready! Hybrid and beyond….What does the future hold for work and employment?
Panel: DR MORNÉ MOSTERT, Director: Institute for Futures Research, Stellenbosch University. Member of the Club of Rome The Institute for Futures Research aims at helping clients to acquire strategic foresight in order to make better long-range decisions. This will enable them to sense opportunities and mitigate risks in good time. AND EUAN DAVIS, Associate Vice President, Center for the Future of Work, EMEA at Cognizant (London, UK) About Cognizant: Cognizant is one of the world’s leading professional services companies, with almost 300 000 employees. Cognizant transforms clients’ business, operating and technology models for the digital era.
Speakers:
Dr Morne Mostert, Euan Davis
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch break
14:00 - 14:40
Psychological safety in the hybrid workplace
Speaker: MARK ORPEN LYALL, Director, SynEnergy
Speakers:
Dr Mark Orpen-Lyall
14:40 - 15:20
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER | International Case Study: Goodway Group (Internationally recognised for being an excellent remote company since 2007)
Speaker: KANDI GONGORA, Vice President (VP), People and Organisational Development, Goodway Group (Dallas, USA) About Goodway Group: Goodway Group is a Digital Marketing and Strategy company based in the US. They pioneered virtual work in 2012 and cultivated an award-winning culture and widely recognised as a Best Place to Work company.
Speakers:
Kandi Gongora
15:20 - 15:40
Afternoon break
15:40 - 16:30
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER | From cube to cloud: The next era of work
Speaker: KEVIN MARTIN, Chief Research Officer at Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) Institute for corporate productivity (i4cp), based in the USA, produce more research than any other human capital research firm in the world and many of the world’s most prominent organisations and HR leaders turn to i4cp to better capitalize on emerging workforce trends.
Speakers:
Kevin Martin
16:10 -
Wrap up and close of conference
Prof Anne-Laure Fayard
Prof Anne-Laure Fayard
Associate Professor of Innovation, Design and Organizational Studies in the Department of Technology Management and Innovation at NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Professor Anne-Laure Fayard is Associate Professor of Innovation, Design and Organizational Studies in the Department of Technology Management and Innovation at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. She is also an affiliate faculty with the Department of Management and Organizations at NYU Stern Business School. As from September she will be ERA Chair Professor in Social Innovation at NOVA Business School in Lisbon, Portugal. Prior to moving to New York, she was a faculty member at INSEAD Business School, both in Singapore and in Fontainebleau. She has also been visiting scholar with the Center of Sociology of Innovation at Ecole des Mines in Paris and with Design London and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group at Imperial College in London. She has published widely amongst others the Harvard Business Review and has been quoted in newspapers such as The New York Times and Business Week. She teaches courses in organizational behavior, design thinking, leadership, and qualitative research methods in graduate and executive programs.
David Conradie
David Conradie
Senior Advisor: Deloitte Consulting France
David is currently a Senior Advisor: Leadership and Workforce Transformation with Deloitte Consulting France. In this capacity, he is a member of the Deloitte Consulting Global Leadership Services Leadership Team and is part of a core group focused on the growth and expansion of the firm’s suite of Leadership related solutions and services. Prior to this, David served as a Human Capital Advisory Partner with Deloitte Consulting in both Italy and South Africa, during which time he occupied both regional and global leadership roles. He has actively contributed as a subject matter expert to the formulation of multiple Deloitte Consulting Points of View, as well as the design of numerous consulting methodologies. David brings extensive leadership consulting and human capital experience to organizations in all industries, working as a trusted advisor to, and partnering with CEOs, executive teams and boards to tailor leadership assessment, development, and succession solutions to address their unique and evolving needs. More recently his focus has been on supporting workforce transformation initiatives associated with large-scale digital transformation programs, with a particular emphasis on building digital leadership capability. As a result of the disruption caused by the Covid pandemic, he has also had the opportunity to support several organizations in their shift to Hybrid Working models, with a focus on the implications for leaders. David is a registered Industrial Psychologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa. He is currently an Advisory Board Member and adjunct faculty for the Master in Human Resources and Organization Program at the University of Bologna Business School in Italy, and also an Advisory Board Member of the Knowledge Resources Africa Talent Management Community. In addition, he is a published author and keynote speaker on a wide range of leadership and human capital related topics
Paul Norman
Paul Norman
Group Chief HR Officer, MTN
Paul is the Group Chief Human Resources and Corporate Affairs Officer at MTN Group. He has played a key role in MTN’s evolution from a single country business to a global business with a footprint in 22 countries. He is on the boards of MTN Nigeria, MTN South Africa and MTN Cote d’Ivoire. Under his leadership, MTN Group won the International Gold Accreditation Award for excellent people management and was rated among the Top Sustainable Global Companies by Newsweek. He has been recognized with several awards for his achievements, including HR Practitioner of the Year from the Institute of People Management South Africa in 2003 and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the South African Board for People Practices in 2012. He is also one of the founding members of South Africa Day, an initiative that raises funds to support deserving students.
Elsa Tshatedi
Elsa Tshatedi
Programme Executive: Group Human Resources at Nedbank
Elsa Tshatedi is an experienced Human Resources Executive who has over 32 years corporate Human Resources experience of which the last 20 years has focussed on management and executive management covering all aspects of Human Resources. She is well experienced in Senior Operational and Strategic Management across all aspects of Human Resources and has consistently managed to improve staff performance through her strong technical and leadership skills as she has been a positive influence the role of HR in improving general organisational performance and development. During her extensive career, Elsa has also worked in business roles within Mergers and Acquisitions. She joined Nedbank in 2012 and has over the years fulfilled several roles within the Bank, she is currently looking after a diverse portfolio, and this has inter alia involved the development of Nedbank’s Digital Workplace Employee Value Proposition which is taking Nedbank to a different level with respect to the transition and integration of work whose objective is to provide employees with flexibility and choice through the Hybrid Model and Flexible Work Practices.
Sonja Blignaut
Sonja Blignaut
Founder and CEO at More Beyond
Sonja is an internationally recognised expert in the fields of complexity and OD. She acts as thinking partner and guide for leaders confronted with uncertainty and complexity. Sonja’s work spans many boundaries and she has worked in top local and international organisations, NGO’s and Academia. Sonja is the CEO of Cognitive Edge, and international company that has pioneered multiple sense-making approaches and catalysed a global network of complexity practitioners. She is also the founder and CEO of More Beyond, a niche consultancy specialising in helping leaders navigate uncertainty.
Akona Makoboka
Akona Makoboka
Employee Relations Lead (Africa) at Accenture
Akona Makoboka is a Seasoned Employment Law specialist with broad-based experience in the Consulting, FMCG and Retail sectors spanning over 13 years. Astute and resourceful manager with an extensive history of policy formulation, interpretation and application as well as internal and external dispute resolution, workplace investigations, litigation, negotiation, stakeholder management and maintenance of successful relationship with trade unions. Proven ability to determine and implement employee relations strategies whilst achieving efficiency of processes within legislative norms whilst supporting business imperatives. Keen interest in cross-jurisdictional employment matters.
Daniel Davis
Daniel Davis
Senior Researcher at Hassell
Daniel Davis is a researcher interested in two main themes: how technology influences architecture, and how architecture influences people. I have managed both social scientists and data scientists while exploring a range of topics including spatial design, user experience, social networks, people analytics, site selection, and market research.
Kathy Harvey
Kathy Harvey
Associate Dean, MBA and Executive Degrees Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Kathy Harvey is a Higher Education leader, with exceptional experience of complex decision making in an international university environment. Currently Associate Dean for the MBA and Executive Degrees at Saïd Business School, and a Fellow of Keble College, University of Oxford, with responsibility for the success of the School’s main degree and postgraduate diploma programmes. Experienced strategic thinker and communicator, with a proven record for scaling up flag-ship programmes.
Dr Renate Scherrer
Dr Renate Scherrer
Managing Director, JvRC
Renate Scherrer is the Managing Director of JvR Consulting Psychologists, a premier Psychological Consulting firm that applies the principles and methods of psychology to support people in dealing with the demands of organisational life. She is a registered Clinical Psychologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa and holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Renate consults mostly in the field of Leadership and Engagement, focusing on optimising human potential in the organisational context. She is passionate about the assessment and development of people, i.e. individual coaching; enhancing team synergy through facilitated discussion, awareness and growth; succession planning and executive on-boarding. From a clinical perspective, Renate has a specific interest in the topics of Leadership Derailment, Psychopathy in the Workplace, Toxic Leadership, and Conflict Mediation. She is an internationally accredited user of various psychometric assessments and a regular speaker at conferences.
Dvorah Stein
Dvorah Stein
Founder, The Hive
Dvorah is a People and Culture Strategist and Associate Certified Coach (ACC) ignited by seeing possibilities become reality. She is the founder of The Hive and a faculty member of Integral+ Africa’s, Coaching Centre. With a background in Industrial Psychology and 18 years’ experience in the field of people development, Human Resources and Learning and Development, she finds meaning in supporting people to engage whole-heartedly, transform obstacles and find fulfilment. Prior to starting her own business, she worked with the Cape Union Mart Group for about 9 years in various roles ranging from Learning Facilitation Leader, Regional HR, Talent Manager and Head of Coaching. She currently still works with the group on a contract basis.
Lisa Andrews
Lisa Andrews
Talent & Organisation Director - Africa at Unilever
As an experienced Human Capital professional, Lisa is currently the Talent & Organisation Director for Africa at Unilever. Prior to this role, Lisa led talent management across 14 markets for Old Mutual Limited and held numerous other roles with the BAT group, including an international assignment in the UK, leading in the Talent Centre of expertise across 200 Markets. She has a wealth of experience in Talent Management and Organizational Design driving robust leadership pipelining on a local and global level. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree in Industrial Psychology from UCT and completed Leadership Development Programme.
Zandile Njilo
Zandile Njilo
Director and Organisational Consultant, PDD Innovation
Zandile Njilo is an Occupationally Directed Education Training Development Practitioner (OD-ETDP) offering versatile skills across Learning & Development (L&D), Organizational Development (OD) and Human Resources (HR) practices. She has over 12-years expertise in Human Capital Consulting and facilitation. She provides training services in strategic planning, process improvement and workforce development. She is a seasoned practitioner with high level corporate experience which spans over various industries namely; financial services, advertising and marketing, mining and construction and education. Zandile is passionate about building and strengthening organizational dynamics and has been key in enabling her clients redesign and implement Performance Management, Leadership and Mentoring Programmes. Her innovative facilitation promotes collaborative and experiential learning in order to create value for the business, employees and customers. She has extensive experience in developing and managing quality programs; training and coaching employees, and facilitating organization-wide change. She is registered with Bank and ETDP SETAs as a facilitator, designer, developer, assessor and moderator. Zandile coaches individuals, businesses, teams, executives and helps them reach their next level of goals and performance.
Masenyane Molefe
Masenyane Molefe
Group Executive HR, PPS
Masenyane Molefe is the Group Executive: HR at PPS Financial Services. Prior to this, she spent five years with the Imperial/Motus Group as Human Resources Director for Hyundai Automotive South Africa as well as Head of HR at Regent Insurance. She comes with vast experience having spent 6 years at Nedbank as Head of HR in various Retail divisions. Prior to her HR career, Masenyane spent many years as a public servant at SARS in various roles with her last role being that of Head: Small Business. While at SARS, she also had an opportunity to spend three years in the UK as a Tax attaché where building alliances with UK and European tax and customs authorities were among her mandate. In her early career, she was a market researcher. In terms of qualifications, Masenyane holds an MBA from GIBS (University of Pretoria), a MSc in HR from the University of Salford (UK) as well as a Bachelor of Commerce degree from what was previously known as the University of Bophuthatswana (now called University of North West).
Navlika Ratangee
Navlika Ratangee
Managing Director, ICAS
Navlika Ratangee is a qualified clinical psychologist and is also a GIBS MBA graduate. She is currently the Clinical Operations Director at ICAS SA, a behavioural risk and employee health and wellness company. She has diverse experience in human capital management, behavioural risk, change management, managerial consulting, global management consulting leadership, organisational resilience and organisational strategy. She also has an abundance of experience in dealing with mental health in the workplace and has consulted to many South African corporates in this regard. She is the editor of a newly to be published book.
Jan Kemp Nel (Snr.)
Jan Kemp Nel (Snr.)
BA, LLB (UP) and Dip LR (Unisa)
Jan Kemp Nel has extensive experience of the dynamics and practices of employment and labour relations law and is a specialist in contract of employment law, in which he has been specialising for over the last 35 years. During this time, he was involved in a multitude of both CCMA and Labour Court cases and skirmishes, trials and settlements representing employers, employees and trade unions alike. He has also developed and introduced strategies and systems designed for optimal quality in employment relations generally. He advocates and practices a preventative structured approach, recognising that conflict is inherent but that conflicts can always be resolved. Jan is also the author of The Dismissal: A Practical and Informative Toolkit to Ensure a Fair and Effective Dismissal, and Win at the CCMA: An Easy Step-by-Step Guide, as well as a book on practical absenteeism strategies Reduce Absenteeism.
Dr Morne Mostert
Dr Morne Mostert
Director of the Institute for Futures Research at Stellenbosch University and a full member of the Club of Rome
Morne is a senior C-suite strategy specialist and advises globally on foresight for executive decisionmaking. He has worked in Geneva, Paris, London, Dubai, Madrid and several African countries. Subsequent to his PhD in the Management of Technology and Innovation, his areas of specialisation include Futures Thinking, Strategic Thinking, Systems Thinking and Creative Innovation. He was the founding Chairman of media tech start-up Africa Business Radio and is a member of the ILO international panel of experts on the Future of Work. Dr Mostert is a regular keynote speaker and frequent guest on radio and television in the business media. He is the author of the influential book Systemic Leadership Learning – Leadership Development in the Era of Complexity, which has been the prescribed text for several international programmes on strategic leadership.
Euan Davis
Euan Davis
Associate Vice President at Cognizant Technology Solutions (London, UK)
Euan Davis joined Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work in 2013. He works extensively to establish Cognizant’s thought leadership credentials in Europe. His research focuses at the intersection of innovation and workforce culture. Euan ensures that the Center provides original research and analysis of work force trends and dynamics. To this end, he collaborates with a wide range of business and technology thinkers and academics. His work includes The Renaissance of Blue Collar Work, Europe: Digital Superpower? He was also a co-author of 21 Jobs of the Future as well as the follow up 21 Marketing Jobs of the Future as well as Everything you Wanted to Know About the Future of Work. Prior to joining Cognizant, Euan served as a Principal Analyst for Forrester Research based in London. He holds a BA degree from Portsmouth University and resides in Cambridge, UK.
Dr Mark Orpen-Lyall
Dr Mark Orpen-Lyall
Founder, Synenergy
Dr Mark Orpen-Lyall is the Founder of Synenergy Consulting, which he started in 2016. Prior to opening the consultancy Mark was the head of OD for Allan Gray. Mark has a professional career within HR and OD spanning 20 years having worked at companies like Harrods, Old Mutual and Unilever. Mark is a registered Industrial and Organisational Psychologist with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA). He was awarded a Ph.D. for his research focusing on developing individual’s resilience capabilities.
Kandi Gongora
Kandi Gongora
VP, People & Organizational Excellence
Kandi is vice president (VP), people and organizational development of Goodway Group. She has extensive experience in people operations, process management, strategic planning, leadership development and corporate training. Previously, she led Park Place Dealerships to multiple prestigious performance awards, and she helped Coca-Cola Enterprises implement an adult education program for manufacturing employees and a first quality system (similar to ISO). Kandi has a bachelor’s from McMurry University and is a graduate of Southern Methodist University’s executive education program.
Kevin Martin
Kevin Martin
Chief Research Officer at Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)
Kevin Martin is the chief research officer at the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp); the leading research firm focused on discovering the people practices that drive highperformance. In addition to guiding i4cp’s research agenda and deliverables, Kevin also advises corporate and human resources leadership teams on bestand next-practices in a broad range of topics that range from talent risk management and corporate culture, to human capital strategy and organizational agility. He also serves as executive sponsor of i4cp’s distinguished Chief HR Officer Board. A highly sought-after international keynote speaker on all aspects of human resources and talent management, Kevin has been recognized as a “Top 100 HR Influencer” by HR Examiner. His and his team’s research have been cited in leading business media, including Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, Bloomberg, the Financial Times, CFO Magazine, CIO Applications, and on CNBC. Kevin earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Boston University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton.

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