Sarah Golish is a demonstrated
leader, bringing both engineering and business expertise to the demand
generation practice at Acuity Brands. Her position spans both the traditional
lighting, controls and IoT technology businesses of Acuity for marketing
communications, lead generation, digital marketing, brand management, and
training & education.
Prior to Acuity, she
held a range of leadership roles over a ten-year period at Emerson Electric.
Her experience ranges from marketing and product management to strategic
planning for Emerson’s Network Power and Commercial & Residential Solutions
business units. She also brings experience from engineering roles within
Rockwell Automation and Lucent Technologies.
Sarah holds a Master’s
in Business Administration from Duke University, a Master’s in Electrical
Engineering from Columbia University, and a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering
from the University of Notre Dame.
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Sarah.
Many B2B executives are finding it challenging to get senior leadership to really understand what’s required for a successful digital transformation. One of the biggest misunderstandings has to do with the kind of talent and skill set required for these kinds of initiatives. This Tonight-Show styled group discussion brings together companies such as Acuity Brands, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Illumina to talk about the challenges they’ve been faced with and how those were overcome.You’ll learn about:
• Identifying the skill sets and teams required to push your company forward in your digital transformation
• Looking at the initiatives that can be outsourced versus those that can be built internally
• Looking at and identifying technology that can support your internal teams
• Making a case to senior leadership to put in place new team structures that can support your transformation goals in the long term
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