LONDON, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Global research and thought leadership organisation, Leading Edge Forum (LEF), has today announced that Dr Alexandra Kokkonen PhD, DBA, FCMA, has joined the organisation from KPMG where she held the role of management consultant in CIO Advisory and Corporate Technology Enablement. Kokkonen brings extensive international and multi-industry experience established over a 25+ year career, specialising across a number of areas including organisational change and business transformation.
In her advisory role at LEF, Kokkonen will be sharing her cross functional and multi-disciplinary expertise garnered from working with blue chip organisations that include Vodafone, Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, Nokia, Deutsche Bank, Singapore Airlines, Jaguar Land Rover, and BP.
"Current events present companies with an opportunity to reap a greater share of dividends from their digital investments and more chances to capitalise on the data they've worked so hard to collect and curate," explained Richard Davies, MD, Leading Edge Forum. "Alex's wealth of advisory experience is going to be a significant asset to our team as customers increasingly ask us to help challenge and shape their current thinking and contribute to the acceleration of their transformation agendas."
Commenting on her appointment Kokkonen said, "Competitive threats mean the need for business transformation is becoming more urgent and companies have a lot of work to do. I am delighted to be part of LEF's eminent team that is helping some of the world's leading organisations accelerate business outcomes through technology-enabled change."
Kokkonen is a Fellow of CIMA and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, holding a PhD in Information Systems: BPM, Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA): Org. Change, MBA: Strategy, M.Ed. (Leadership and Management), and Master of Applied Social Science (Counseling).
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