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Alexander Nelles

Alexander Nelles

Former CTO of Kuoni Tumlare

Alex is a Business Transformation and Digitalization champion with 20+ years of professional Business and IT experience.

While working with Vodafone Germany and Kuoni Tumlare in Switzerland he has led large and international IT Teams, has managed post-merger integration and restructuring projects including insourcing and outsourcing of IT processes and has built many successful teams and organizations.

His biggest passion however always lied with Digital Transformation Programs he has managed and implemented.

Because he speaks“Business” and “IT” he bridges the gaps between all commercial, operational and support functions of the company and he achieves objectives by understanding which modern technology will solve the business challenges best, implementing technical solutions and changing the business processes accordingly.

Series One

Has the crisis accelerated and advanced digitalisation

Has the crisis accelerated and advanced digitalisation

Why did it take a global pandemic for so many businesses to see true digitalisation, and what will the lasting effects be?

Will things ever go back to the way things were

Will things ever go back to the way things were

For most, lockdown happened quickly, and many organisations have been surprised how successfully they have adapted; but how permanent is this ‘new normal’?

The New Shape of the Workforce

The New Shape of the Workforce

We’ve talked about flexible and remote working for years, but for many it took a crisis to really make it happen. How will this impact the way resource, engage and reward our workforce?

The Changing Customer Landscape

The Changing Customer Landscape

Customer expectations are changing, do organisations have the ability to keep up? We explore what is at the heart of what customers ‘want’ and how can organisations adapt.

An Inclusive New World

An Inclusive New World

Could this be the dawn of a new age for equality? After all, everyone has access to Zoom, the ‘old boys’ clubs are closed, and the children are within arms-reach of both parents. If only it were that easy…