As the world morphs into Industry 4.0 and with the emergence of cognitive technologies, Carolyn empowers leaders with the mindset, strategies, and skills required for a successful transformation to future proof companies for Industry 4.0+ and prepare for the Future of Work.
Carolyn is regularly engaged by The Economist (3 times), Fortune 500, International Conferences, Professional Associations, Governments, and Ivy League universities to share her knowledge on Digital Transformation for success, Cognitive Technologies and their impact on The Future of Work, as well as Transformational Leadership for Industry 4.0+.
As a Digital Leader and Transformation expert with over 20 years of experience, Carolyn Chin-Parry has fulfilled senior roles such as Chief Digital Officer for a multi-billion-dollar conglomerate and a KPMG Director in the transformation and change management practice. Carolyn is passionate about future-proofing companies for Industry 4.0+ and Change Leadership to create an innovative culture.
A Future of Work strategist and keynote speaker, she has been engaged by Fortune 500 clients across a wide variety of industries such as Banking, Insurance, FinTech, Mining, Oil, Gas, Telecommunications, Pharmaceuticals, Health, Logistics, Real Estate, Security, Aviation, Consumer Goods, Education, IT, Legal and Government. Carolyn is a Board Director for a Singaporean charity and on the International Advisory Committee for the prestigious Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Previously nominated for a National Teaching Award in Australia for Innovative Teaching, she also served on an Australian University Advisory Board for ten years. Carolyn believes in lifelong learning, growing and sharing knowledge, as well as bringing closer ties between industry, government, and educators to prepare for The Future of Work.
Carolyn has great energy and has the ability to easily explain complex topics. She knows how to engage her audience with her enigmatic style and stage presence. It was a pleasure to be a part of the Diversity and Inclusion panel at BSAC with Carolyn. She is a commercially seasoned professional and brings to the table her deep knowledge and industry insights.
In my capacity as Managing Editor for The Economist Intelligence Unit, I've interviewed Carolyn for two different studies: one on the future of work with a specific lens on technology and the aging population, and a second on cybersecurity and digital transformation in APAC. I also featured her in a video and invited her to speak at the 2018 Economist Longevity Summit in Singapore. Carolyn has great energy and is very knowledgeable and articulate on these subjects. She's also a pleasure to work with. I highly recommend her for public speaking and expert interviews.