Iron Mountain
Tuesday, 7 June | 10:00 am BST | 30 min

Employee wellbeing and collaboration will be the key drivers for resilient businesses moving forward, according to a recent study by The Economist Impact sponsored by Iron Mountain. So, what does this mean for your organisation?

During this webinar, Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership at Iron Mountain, will sit down with Economist Impact's John Ferguson, Practice Lead for Globalization, Trade and Finance, to discuss the research findings from our sponsored study on changing organizational interpretations of resilience. Featuring insights from over 600 global executives across four regions – we’ll explore:

  • Changing organisational priorities since the pandemic
  • Areas of success for resilient organisations
  • The growing role of collaboration
  • The four pillars of modern resilience

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Sue Trombley
Sue Trombley
Managing Director of Thought Leadership, Iron Mountain 

Sue Trombley, Managing Director of Thought Leadership at Iron Mountain, has more than 25 years of information governance consulting experience. Prior to her current role, Trombley led Iron Mountain’s Consulting group responsible for business development, managing a team of subject matter experts, and running large engagements. Trombley holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science and recently was certified as an Information Government Professional. She sits on the AIIM Board, the University of Texas at Austin of School of Information Advisory Council, and is President of the Boston ARMA Chapter. She is Iron Mountain’s representative on the newly formed Information Governance Initiative and is frequent speaker at association events.
John Ferguson
John Ferguson
Practice lead for globalisation, trade and finance, The Economist

John is the head of Economist Impact’s Globalization, Trade and Finance practice. He is responsible for leading and developing the practice across different geographies and sectors, including both public and private organisations. As the global economy is being transformed by multiple forces including geopolitics, technological progress and climate change, the practice works with clients to navigate these structural shifts. 

Areas of expertise:
  • Globalisation, trade and finance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Geopolitics and international relations
  • The economics of climate change
  • Developing economies 
  • Foreign direct investment and supply chains
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