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Thought leaders drive innovation, drive change, and drive business forward—both their own and their customers’. Oracle’s thought leaders represent a wide range of technologies and areas of expertise, from social engagement to business analytics to human capital management. Spend some time with our thought leaders and find out where technology is going, and how your business can benefit.
is a human resources leader and talent advocate, helping align workforce needs with business objectives. She understands the changing needs of the modern employee and how technology can offer employers the tools and resources to attract, engage, and retain top talent.
was a three-time entrepreneur who participated in the creation and building of market-leading startups in three different industries, including the cloud-based social marketing and engagement platform company, Vitrue, acquired by Oracle in 2012.
[Editor’s note: Reggie Bradford lost his 15-month battle with cancer on October 22, 2018. His leadership and words live on and continue to inspire. ]
uses a design thinking approach to solve real-world problems. With her team and partners, she creates and implements rewarding giving and volunteering programs that have a positive impact across the globe.
believes that finance teams should be digital leaders: automating, simplifying, and outsourcing tasks that don’t add value so that their teams can identify new opportunities, improve forecasting, and drive value for the business.
Chuck Hollis’ expertise is the strategic intersection of marketing, business development, and technology. An executive at VMware and EMC prior to joining Oracle as senior vice president for converged infrastructure, Chuck has long been a popular industry blogger and commentator.
believes that effective operations enable businesses to focus on innovation. By applying simplification, standardization, centralization, and automation you can successfully drive transformative change.
is a strategist and the originator of Oracle’s ideas on the rise of data capital. He helps senior executives see new competitive strategies in the rampant digitization and datafication of the real world.