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1. Your details

* Optional, office or mobile, and only if you are happy to be contacted by us by phone. We will never pass your number on unless it is part of a conversation with you, as we connect you with your peers. 


The digital realm has one of the highest churn rates of any profession, and we know two things: job titles change very quickly, particularly as companies transform, and that specific titles can mean very different things depending on your organization. So, getting the most up-to-date information will really help us understand your work so we can maximize the potential of the network.

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2. Job title
What is your current official title, and how could you translate this into English (if appropriate)?

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3. Job description
In everyday language, as free from corporate speech as possible, how would you describe your role? This is an open question, but you might want to cover things such as:
·         What is remit of your role, and how fixed is this?
·         Where are you positioned within the wider organizational structure?
·         How large is the department, team, or project you are part of, and how do you fit within it?

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4. A brief career/experience history
Again, we know that people working in the realm of digitalization, platform development, strategy, change management, etc. come from a wide variety of backgrounds. It is really interesting to understand the route you have taken, particularly if you have transitioned between the ‘traditionally separate’ fields of content and engineering, for example.  We don’t want your CV, just an idea of your skills and interests.

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5. What transformation related projects have you previously or are you currently working on?
Please tick as many boxes as relevant, as this is very useful for our skills and interests matching system.

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6. Please also give us as much detail in the open box as you can. This is the most important element of the exercise. It is where we will be able to identify those peers with the most potential for collaboration and exchanges, and how unexpected commonalities will become apparent to us. Perfect copy is not required: bullet points are encouraged. Feel free to add links or other project resources where appropriate.

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7. What digital transformation objectives or projects are on the horizon in your organisation?

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8. Does your organization have a digital transformation strategy or corporate vision document?
If so, is it possible to share it with us? (please insert a link or email back directly)

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9. What topics are you most keen to connect with your peers on?

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10. Any other comments?
Please let us know what questions you would like to address, the formats that most interest you for sharing knowledge, and any other thoughts you have about making the network an invaluable resource for all.

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