Join the conversation as Kevin Govender shares his insights and expertise on the evolution of the sharing economy, consumer behaviour, and alternative business models, and empowers consumers to rediscover and realise the enormous benefits of access over ownership, and the potential savings in time, money, space, and the opportunity.
About the author:
Kevin Govender is a Partner/Director at Deloitte, the Deloitte Africa ERP Leader and the CIO Programme Leader. He is an experienced business enterprise architect and strategist who has led and advised a wide range of projects including large business and technology transformation programmes, turnaround programmes, strategy development and business improvement initiatives across a diverse set of industries including the mining, oil and gas, logistics, professional services, healthcare, financial services, public sector, telecoms and manufacturing sectors. Kevin has a diverse understanding of business, technology and leadership gained through experience across a variety of industries, functional areas and geographies both locally and globally. He has extensive experience in Strategy, Enterprise Architecture, Business Advisory, Management Consulting, ERP Implementation and Assurance, and implementing Turnaround, Transformational and Improvement programmes.
He holds a Bachelor of Technology Degree: Industrial Engineering (DUT), an Executive Leadership Programme and an Honours Degree: Management Practices in Business Leadership (UCT Business School), and a Masters in Management Degree (Wits Business School).
Kevin is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society – recognition for his academic achievement for his Master's research on the sharing economy. Kevin’s key areas of interest include business strategy, digital transformation, sharing economy, innovation, research, disruptive technologies, and innovative business models. His focus is on leveraging technology and innovation to grow and transform organisations and enhance shareholder value.
Date: 24 November 2021
Time: 12:00 - 13:00