Professor Michael Barrett & Professor Stefan Scholtes, Cambridge Judge Business School

There are a number of technological challenges with big data, however this disruptive digital technology also offers significant strategic opportunities to reconfigure the health ecosystem around new business models.

Michael Barrett and Stefan Scholtes will discuss the opportunities and risks associated with both emerging and future scenarios. Drawing on their experience in both commercial and healthcare (NHS) organisations they will provide insight into the strategic and organisational possibilities. With big data holding the potential to act as a catalyst in transforming new forms of value creation and capture across healthcare, turning this vision into reality will require bold experimentation in new forms of collaboration and co-creation.

Speaker bios

Michael Barrett is Professor of Information Systems & Innovation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School and a Fellow of Hughes Hall. He is a member of the Steering Board of the Cambridge Service Alliance and a member of the Management Executive Group of the Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care at the University of Cambridge. The focus of this research in mental health is enabling service innovation through knowledge exchange. He is Co-Editor of a Special Issue of MIS Quarterly on Service Innovation in a Digital Age, Senior Editor of Information & Organization and Senior Editor of the Journal of the Association of Information Systems. Prior to his academic career, Michael worked for Colgate Palmolive and Oracle Canada and he continues to work closely in research and executive education for a number of organisations, including Bank of China, China Mobile, IBM, HP, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Shell Exploration and the World Health Organization.

Stefan Scholtes is the Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management, Director of the Doctoral and MPhil in Management Science & Operations Programmes and Academic Director of the Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School. Stefan studies the challenges of organising effective and efficient healthcare services. Building on long-term relationships with UK organisations, such as the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, he is keen to engage with the challenges of organising healthcare both in the developed and developing world. Stefan is an associate editor of Mathematics of Operations Research and has taught operations research at the University of Karlsruhe in Germany and in Cambridge’s Engineering Department, where he retains a courtesy faculty position. He has held visiting positions at Stanford, MIT and London Business School and has spent a six-month sabbatical with Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Agenda

18:30-19:00 Arrival and registration
19:00-20:00 Business briefing
20:00-20:30 Networking reception

Fee

£20 per person.

Audience

Open to all – attendees welcome to register up to two professional colleagues as guests.


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BNY Mellon Centre
160 Queen Victoria St
London
Berkshire EC4V 4LA

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Date: 21 May 2015
Start Time: 18:30
End Time: 20:30

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160 Queen Victoria St
London
Berkshire EC4V 4LA

Event timings

Date: 21 May 2015
Start Time: 18:30
End Time: 20:30