As part of its on-going lecture series, Trisara Academy, located within the premises of the luxurious Trisara Phuket, is staging an interactive lecture on ‘Managing Digital Disruptions’ by capable and experienced speaker, Khun Patama Chantaruck, General Manager of Microsoft Corporation USA, on Sunday, 23 October 2016 from 10.00 am – 2.00 pm.
While companies such as AirBnB, Uber, Netflix & Alibaba continue to disrupt their respective industries, it is critical for leaders to establish a digital strategy of their own in order to remove the barriers that are keeping them from maximizing the potential impact of new digital technologies.
This two-hour interactive lecture will teach the participants techniques on how to effectively apply technologies to gain a competitive advantage to your business and overcome existing business challenges. Sharing examples of startups that innovate at a rapid rate as well as an open discussion and Q&A session will be significant parts of the lecture. Fee is Baht 3,000 per person including coffee break.
“As we look ahead to 2017, this lecture will equip entrepreneurs with the strategic tools to capitalize on digital disruptions that are rapidly redrawing business landscapes in the tourism industry””, said Khun Narong Pattamasaevi, Owner and Chairman of Montara Hospitality Group.
With her solid sales, marketing, and management strategies, Khun Patama is known as a global transformation leader who brings strategic vision, passion, and profitable growth to multi-billion dollar business.
Joining Microsoft in 1995, she quickly became known as a leader who could span a breadth of technologies and businesses to transform some of Microsoft’s fastest growing segment customers and partners. She is using her 25-year experience in the IT and Telecom industries to help customers worldwide to optimize their IT investment, to build sustainable strategies, and to be more productive and successful in a mobile-first, cloud-first world.
Khun Patama graduated with two Masters Degrees from the US: Business Administration (Finance) and Computer Engineering. She recently completed a one-year Women’s Senior Leadership Program at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Illinois; and Women Board of Directors Development Program at the University of Washintgon.