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Past Events

Feb 2016
Digital Transformation with Business Purpose: Enterprise 2.0 requires Leadership 2.0 at all levels


17 Feb 2016 - 17 Feb 2016




CF401, PolyU


Dr. Bonnie Cheuk


Free for KMIRC member


In her presentation, Dr. Bonnie will share how she has positioned digital transformation at the heart of a company's cultural change journey. The introduction of an enterprise-wide social intranet and collaboration platform aims to provide a platform for change (rather than traditionally seen as a change in technology platform). Accelerated adoption is achieved through partnership with broader change initiatives to drive innovation, redesign workspace and the development of new-style conversational leadership for change.

This new social ecosystem has streamlined the tools we use, is extensible and continues to transform digital workplace experience. It is an important pillar to deliver our digital client experience vision, as "internal collaboration across boundary is important if we were to join up to meet our clients' needs".

Join this session to hear the journey, the ambition, the challenges and what we have learned along the way!


Dr. Bonnie Cheuk, Global Head of Digital, Knowledge & Collaboration (Company: Euroclear)

Dr. Bonnie is a strategic, hands-on, business & results-driven professional with strong digital transformation, digital channel management, information & knowledge management, collaboration, social media and Enterprise 2.0 expertise. 15+ years of international work experience with multinational corporations in HK, Singapore, USA, UK and Europe. She has successfully led the adoption of an enterprise-wide social collaboration platform at Citigroup. Ability to blend change management, communication/facilitation skills with deep understanding of the latest technologies to deliver business solutions and drive change. Currently working for Euroclear, reporting to the CEO, she is partnering with the business and technology leaders to deliver a global knowledge and collaboration vision as part of the overall digital workplace strategy, and building a digital team to deliver a global web/digital strategy (for clients). She is the author of Social Strategies in Action: Driving Business Transformation.

Interested KMIRC members, please send an email with your name and email address to Miss Autumn Lin at for registration.