Twin transformation

European Industry’s Post-Pandemic Gambit


Twin transformation

European Industry’s Post-Pandemic Gambit

European industries are reaching a critical inflection point as tomorrow’s enterprise leaders chase an industrial renaissance driven by sustainability and technology. With COVID-19 having accelerated the onset of a new paradigm for competitiveness and growth, aspiring winners emerging from the global pandemic face the prospect of having to complete a dual transformation at record speed. Not only do many need to rewire their business to emerge stronger and capture future growth, but some will also require a more profound transformation if they are to secure sustained growth over the long run. On the one hand, significant investment in game-changing digital technologies is a prerequisite to keeping pace in the new normal and reclaiming one’s place in a radically redefined marketplace. On the other hand, captains of industry must embrace sustainability if they are to maintain performance, attain brands with a purpose, and future proof their businesses. Recent studies suggest that European industries, mindful as they are of the environmental impacts of business, must hasten their digital and sustainability transitions, simultaneously and in an integrated way. Only then can they reach their full potential and regain competitiveness on the world stage. This webinar will explore how to do this and what a real blueprint for twin transformation looks like.

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Renata Jungo Brüngger

Member of the Board of Management, Daimler AG

Renata Jungo Brüngger has been a member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG since January 1, 2016, with responsibility for Integrity and Legal Affairs. She is also a member of the Board of Management of Mercedes-Benz AG.

This Board of Management position protects Daimler and its brands and steers the group-wide Legal and Compliance Organization. It is responsible for the sustained anchoring of a corporate culture of integrity at Daimler. Further work areas include Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility and Data Protection as well as Corporate Audit.

She was born in Fribourg, Switzerland. After completing her bilingual studies of jurisprudence at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland in 1985, she became a licensed attorney-at-law in 1989. While working as a lawyer, she attended an additional course of studies at the University of Zurich and gained a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in international commercial law, specializing in intellectual property rights and technology and information rights, in 1998. She joined the Daimler AG as Head of Legal in 2011.

Jean-Marc Ollagnier

CEO Europe, Accenture

Jean-Marc Ollagnier is the chief executive officer of Accenture in Europe, with management oversight of all industries and services in Europe, which accounted for $14.4 billion of Accenture’s revenues in fiscal year 2020. He is also a member of Accenture’s Global Management Committee.

Prior to being named to his current position in March 2020, Jean-Marc was group chief executive of Accenture’s Resources group since 2011 serving the energy, utilities, chemicals, forestry products, metals and mining industries.

Between 2006 and 2011, Jean-Marc served as managing director for Accenture’s Resources group in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. And prior to this role he was country managing director of Accenture in France and the Benelux countries.

Outside of Accenture, Jean-Marc participates in BusinessEurope’s Advisory and Support Group, and was the co-chair (from 2011 to 2020) of the Global Energy Board, which brings together C-level executives, senior policy makers and prominent thought leaders from the global energy industry. He frequently contributes to publications and international forums such as the United Nations Global Compact, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the World Economic Forum on subjects related to energy, energy transition, market deregulation, climate change, sustainability, as well as the digital transformation of industries.

Located in Paris, France, Jean-Marc joined Accenture in 1986 and became partner in 1997. He holds a degree in engineering from Telecom Paris, with a specialty in computer science.


Ole Jendis

Business Unit Manager Financial Media, F.A.Z. BUSINESS MEDIA GmbH

Ole Jendis is a member of the executive board at F.A.Z. Business Media. There, as editor, he continues to develop and be responsible for the financial and community media and is in charge of the research team. A graduate historian and political scientist, he has worked for Financial Times Deutschland, Capital, Business Punk and Impulse, among others. He is currently developing the publishing platform for entrepreneurial change „TRANSFORMATION by Finance“. His main topics are agile leadership, digitalization and corporate finance.