Building Digital Resilience for an AI-Driven Future

Join Ivey's Eric Janssen for a panel discussion on building digital resilience in your organization and leading in the new world of AI transformation.


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Leaders today face a stunning pace of change. Across all sectors, a transformative leap forward in Artificial Intelligence now threatens to overturn many common assumptions we make about talent, strategy, and the competitive landscape. The role of senior leaders is crucial in navigating these changes and fostering a digitally resilient culture within the organization.

Join Ivey Business School Lecturer Eric Janssen for a live session exploring the practical insights, strategies, and tools needed to reshape your business with AI. This session offers an in-depth exploration of AI’s impact on organizations and provides actionable insights on how you can be a catalyst for embracing new technologies. Through an interactive panel discussion with leading practitioners, you'll learn to drive digital literacy, mitigate resistance, and motivate your organization to build digital resilience.

This event is a must-attend for leaders at all levels in any industry. Every organization can—and must—harness the power of AI to create value for consumers, shareholders, employees, and communities. It's time to embrace transformation. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn from a top Ivey thought leader and start leading your organization into an AI-driven future.

Learning Outcomes

Understanding Digital Resilience and AI

Gain a comprehensive understanding of digital resilience, its importance in the digital transformation era, and how AI impacts organizations.

Strategies for Building Digital Resilience

Learn about key strategies to foster digital resilience within the workforce, including creating a culture of continuous learning, promoting digital literacy, and encouraging adaptability.

Steps for Successful AI Integration

Understand the essential steps for successful AI integration within an organization and how digital resilience can aid each step. Learn from real-world examples and case studies, applying the strategies discussed practically.


8:30 a.m. Networking mixer and continental breakfast

9:00 a.m. Keynote featuring Professor Eric Janssen

9:30 a.m. Panel discussion featuring expert guests

10:30 a.m. Q&A

11:00 a.m. Event concludes


Location: Conference Room A, located on the +15 level (Upper lobby) and accessed via elevator, or the main staircase in the lobby.


Monica Mochoruk
Monica Mochoruk

Vice President, Talent Management at Parkland Corporation

Monica has over 20 years of progressive Human Resources, People and Culture experience, and is a passionate leader committed to creating environments where talent thrives.

Her career began in recruitment and evolved into business partnership, learning, development, talent management, culture activation and onward to organizational effectiveness.  Each stop on her career journey has increased in scope, scale and complexity of her role.

After building her core skills, and capabilities in the software development and aviation industries, Monica has successfully led the transformation from transactional HR to People and Culture partnership in the Midstream and now fuel distribution and retail businesses.

In her current role, as VP, Talent Management for Parkland, she leads the Talent Management function, including the D&I portfolio, the Talent Acquisition function and the Business Partner function for the Corporate organization. 

An active member of her community, Monica is currently the Board Chair of Calgary Reads, and Board Member for Big Brothers, Big Sisters Calgary and Area.


Rob Blackwell
Rob Blackwell

Chief Operating Officer, Aspen Properties & Managing Partner, Caret Ltd.

Rob Blackwell joined Aspen Properties in 2004 as Leasing Manager of the Calgary office portfolio and has held various roles in the company. In December 2018, Rob became Aspen’s Chief Operating Officer and third partner. Rob is responsible for the daily operations of the company, including the leasing and property management, and property acquisitions. In addition, he oversees the long-term asset management strategy for Aspen, managing mortgage financing, value-add initiatives and capital spending strategies. He is Chair for the Board of Directors of BOMA Calgary, an industry association that promotes the professional standards of commercial building ownership and property management. In early 2021, Rob Co-Founded and became Managing Partner of Caret, a PropTech company focused on improving real estate management through mobile technology for use in the real estate industry. Rob has a BA in Commerce (Finance) from the Haskayne School of Business.

James Elian
James Elian

CEO, Airsprint

James Elian has over 20 years of aviation experience, primarily with AirSprint, Canada’s leader in fractional jet ownership. James is a pilot by profession, and prior to his current role as president and CEO, James held several operational positions including: Vice President of Operations, Director of Flight Operations, Chief Pilot, and Training Captain.

James maintains an airline transport pilot license, holds an MBA from the University of Calgary, a Master of Aeronautical Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and a diploma in Aviation Technology from Selkirk College. He has been published in an aviation academic research journal and recognized as one of the top 20 under 40 in Canadian aviation.

James is also the past chair of the board of directors of the Canadian Business Aviation Association, past chair of the Alberta chapter of Young Presidents Organization, and is a director with Hope Air.


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