Technology Trailblazer Interview

Jeremiah Stone

Jeremiah Stone

Chief Technology Officer - Software, GE Energy Management

Jeremiah Stone is GE Energy Management's Chief Technology Officer for Software, spanning GE’s Digital Energy, Industrial Solutions, Intelligent Platforms, and Power Conversion businesses. He is responsible for identifying and evolving architectures and solution offerings that leverage GE’s innovation in analytics, digital and the Industrial Internet.

Guest Keynote Speakers

Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki

Chief Evangelist, Canva

Guy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, a graphics-design online service, and an executive fellow at the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley. Formerly, he was an advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and chief evangelist of Apple.


Tom Koulopoulos

Author and Founder, Delphi Group

Tom Koulopoulos is an author and founder of Delphi Group, a 20-year-old Boston-based think tank. He is also an Executive in Residence at Bentley University, the past Executive Director of the Babson College Center for Business Innovation, and past Executive Director of the Perot Systems Innovation Lab. Named one of the industry's most influential consultants by InformationWeek magazine, his articles and market insights appear frequently in national and international print and broadcast media.

Gartner Keynote Speakers

Gartner Opening Keynote: Powering the Digital Future

The digital age is getting very real, very fast. Your own success and the success of your enterprise requires a tight alignment between innovation, transformation and acceleration. If these are out of balance, success becomes less likely. This keynote explores the steps you need to take to bring your enterprise into the digital age.

Tina Nunno
  • Tina Nunno
  • Vice President & Gartner Fellow
  • Gartner
Daryl C. Plummer
  • Daryl C. Plummer
  • Managing VP & Gartner Fellow,
  • Gartner
Jeff Schulman
  • Jeff Schulman
  • Managing Vice President
  • Gartner

The Wolf in CIO's Clothing

This session is based on the premise that leaders and executives are often in extreme political situations. These situations may place them at risk both professionally and personally. In extreme situations, normal management tactics usually do not apply. The leader may need to forgo traditional techniques and consider going to the "dark side."

Tina Nunno
  • Tina Nunno
  • Vice President & Gartner Fellow
  • Gartner

Closing Keynote: Transitioning to the Digital Age — What Must You Change?

The digital age is creating disruption and a rapid change cycle that we all must face. Applications are no less affected than the rest of the world. Each organization must confront how and what it will change in order to make the greatest difference in customer relationships, products, skills and strategies. This keynote examines the critical changes that organizations must make now.

Daryl C. Plummer
  • Daryl C. Plummer
  • Managing VP & Gartner Fellow,
  • Gartner

Gartner Analysts

Baker, Van L.
Brian, Danny
Burton, Betsy
Desisto, Robert P.
Driver, Mark
Finley, Ian
Girard, John
Guay, Michael
Guttridge, Keith
Hotle, Matthew
Kenefick, Sean
Knoernschild, Kirk
Krapes, Steve
Kyte, Andy
Lheureux, Benoit J.
Malinverno, Paolo
Marshall, Richard
Murphy, Thomas E.
Natis, Yefim V.
Norton, David
Nunno, Tina
Olliffe, Gary
Pezzini, Massimo
Phifer, Gene
Plummer, Daryl C.
Proctor, Paul E.
Revang, Magnus
Scholtz, Tom
Schulman, Jeff
Schulte, W. Roy
Smith, David Mitchell
Strachan, Cindy
Swanton, Bill
Thomas, Anne
Thompson, Jess
Thoo, Eric
Valdes, Ray
Vecchio, Dale
Wilson, Nathan
Wong, Jason

Team Discount

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