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Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Wednesday at 8 AM Pacific/11 AM Eastern

October 30th 2013:Best-Run Cities: Urban Matters – Part 2

Today’s buzz: The city. Your city is a complex vital entity with the power to impact your local quality of life as well as national and global economies. How is your city running? Is innovation part of its DNA, spirit, budget and capabilities? The experts speak. Sean Patrick O’Brien, SAP: “What defines a best run city, how can you measure this, what do you benchmark against, and is this the same way citizens, businesses and officials make such a judgment?” Meghan Cook, Center for Technology in Government, Univ. at Albany, NY: “The mesh is an emerging business model based on a network e

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Sean Patrick O’Brien

Sean Patrick O’Brien is Global Vice President for Urban Matters & Public Security at SAP, with responsibility for SAP’s global strategy, solutions portfolio, eco-system, and go-to-market activities in relation to smart cities and public safety/security. His focus is the launch of a new SAP Urban Matters program for best run cities, including urban innovation around cloud, mobile, analytics, real time and next generation government strategy. Previously, Sean led a regional SAP business startup for public security across the EMEA region, working with public security clients in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, South Africa, Netherlands, Nordics, Romania, Poland and the European Union, inc
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Meghan Cook

Meghan Cook, Program Director, Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany/State University of New York, works with teams from government, corporate, and academic organizations to address information management challenges through a unique collaborative process focused on the policy, management, and technology issues in the public sector. In this role, she leads projects with local, state, federal and international governments in order to inform both research and practice of digital government. Meghan has over 16 years of experience in intergovernmental information management, public value analysis and planning, open government, open data, information sharing, community buildin
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Cindy King

Cindy King, Program Director of the City of Edmonton’s Workspace Edmonton Initiative, is finding effective ways to support the organization through transition and change management. She has extensive experience in both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining the City of Edmonton, Cindy was a Director in the Office of the Corporate CIO at the Government of Alberta and previously worked for the Alberta Workers’ Compensation Board, KPMG Consulting, and General Electric Aerospace. She is passionate about applying technology to solve business problems.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap 25/10/2017 08:00 25/10/2017 09:00 Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap Today’s buzz: The city. Your city is a complex vital entity with the power to impact your local quality of life as well as national and global economies. How is your city running? Is innovation part of its DNA, spirit, budget and capabilities? The experts speak. Sean Patrick O’Brien, SAP: “What defines a best run city, how can you measure this, what do you benchmark against, and is this the same way citizens, businesses and officials make such a judgment?” Meghan Cook, Center for Technology in Government, Univ. at Albany, NY: “The mesh is an emerging business model based on a network enabled sharing – on access rather than ownership ... where consumers have more choices, more tools, more information, and more peer-to-peer power to guide the choices” (Lisa Gansky, author of The Mesh: Why the Future of Business is Sharing). Cindy King, City of Edmonton: “Make sure what you do is a product of your own conclusion" (Jim Rohn). Join us for Best-Run Cities: Urban Matters – Part 2. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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