In November of 2018, The Tunisian Association Tunisians Talents Unites (TTU), convened inCité des Métiers, Marseille, France. This was the second forum held by the group. As one of the Tunisians who have made an impact in the technology and digital domain, it was only apt that Ines Nasri would be in attendance as a guest speaker, for a forum that went under the title “Culture and Transformation of the State of Mind for a Better Future for Tunisia.”
During the event, guest-speaker Ines Nasri was scheduled to speak about the importance of culture and the mindset that is both a product of and path to digital transformation. Her specialization in the field of technology puts her in the perfect position to see and drive this transformation as it happens.
She talked about the digital transformation of companies and governments. She shared with the audience about the serious shift in the mindset that people need to have.
In this forum, the organization explored several possibilities regarding the kind of change that would benefit the Tunisian culture and alter the state of mind of its citizens. The discussed topics delved into transformation, criticism, and constructive proposals.
Mr. NejibZaarfani, the president of the TTU association, gave the opening speech. In it, he recalled the values, mission, and objectives the organization follows. He also talked about everything that brings together talented Tunisians with leadership skills.
In his speech, he mentioned how they could form a reliable and sustainable platform that is based on the same values help up by the TTU association, including the same mission and vision.
This 2nd forum included participants from Outside Tunisia and included people from the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.
Professor Jean Marie Lochet was the guest of honor. He is the former director of the Écolenormaled’Aix-En-Provence. He gave a profoundly philosophical speech about the ways a society shares a vision with balanced companies.
After the speeches, there was a round-table event that was centered around the themes of “Driving Cultural Change- Breakthrough Leadership Skills” and “Transformational Leadership.” These were moderated by Mr. Belgacem (co-founder and member of the steering committee of the TTU) and Miss HanalHarranthi (the secretary-general of the TTU).
Throughout her participation, Ines delivered a central message: No matter how much money and effort we pour into digital transformation, nothing meaningful would happen without a serious mindset shift.