Why this award?
The digital revolution is rapidly impacting organisations and the way they are managed by leaders today and tomorrow. The next years of digital transformation will not be about technology but about people, agility, experimenting and breaking through old patterns. The days of ‘command-and-control’, winner-takes-all leadership are over. With technological change, we experience a deep change in the way we do things, the way we interact and the way we communicate. The leaders of the digital world will need to create an environment for collaboration, where talent is liberated to experiment and share and where diversity is included in the culture of an organisation, liberating innovation and attracting excellent talent.
Nominate your favourite digital leader
RightBrains and Computable invite you to nominate a digital leader who has incorporated diversity as a mindset for success and innovation within the organisation.
Nominations can be submitted until October 1, 2018. The top 5 nominated leaders will be chosen by the jury and are invited to present themselves during our yearly RightBrains event, which will take place on November 1st. During this event the winner of the Digital Leadership & Diversity award will be announced.
The jury consists of: Sander Hulsman (chief editor Computable), Geke Rosier (founder RightBrains), Petri Hofste (non-executive multi-board member), Kay Formanek (CEO Diversity & Performance), Melvin Tsoe Nij (founder Young Global People) and Mimoent Haddouti (Head of Risk, Reporting & Security Rabobank (SVP) and winner of the Digital Leadership & Diversity award 2017).
The nominees of 2017
RightBrains and Computable invited you to nominate your favourite digital leader who has incorporated diversity as a mind set for success and innovation within the organisation.
From a list of 16 submissions, the jury* selected five as nominee for the Digital Leadership & Diversity. The nominees were: