Keynote Speaker




Rose Hall, PE, CRIS

Vice President, Head of Construction Innovation
AXA XL North America Construction

The ‘Three Horizons’ Framework for Innovation:
Understanding Current and Future Technologies

KEYNOTE PANEL  |  OCTOBER 14  |  8:30 – 9:30 AM


About the Speaker

Ms. Hall is the Vice President, Head of Construction Innovation for AXA XL North America Construction. Rose provides leadership in construction innovation via the implementation of business process ecosystems, technology, unique insurance solutions, and enhanced customer service initiatives across all lines of business. Her role is dedicated to supporting AXA XL’s construction customers’ innovation efforts and technological maturity, and by extension, advancing the construction industry to new heights in this fourth industrial revolution. Rose is a thought-leader, ambassador, and spokesperson for AXA XL, and co-founder of the AXA XL Construction Ecosystem. She has 20+ years of practical experience in engineering, construction project management, and risk management with Turner Construction Co, and as an expert witness and litigation support consultant with WCD Group, now a Gallagher Bassett company.

Ms. Hall earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University, and M.S. in Civil Engineering/Construction Engineering and Management, from Stanford University. She is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in four states, LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP®), Claims and Litigation Management Professional (CLMP), and Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS). She serves in leadership and advisory board roles with the International Risk Management Institute (IRMI), ClaimsXchange, Insurance Innovators, and is currently co-Dean of the CLM Claims College School of Construction. Rose is an Expert Commentary author, and was awarded Insurance Business America’s Elite Women in Insurance in 2017 and 2020, CLM Professional of the Year in 2019, and PropertyCasualty360 Insurance Innovator Award 2021.


About the PANEL

Admit it: It’s hard to keep up with the never-ending flow of programs and platforms that are supposed to help you do your job, stay organized, and be competitive. From digital twins and the internet of things (IoT) to artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, how do you decide which solutions are worth the investment? This panel of tech experts will demonstrate how they are using a technology framework known as the “three horizons1” to understand, assess, and adopt innovative technological tools in their jobs. They’ll also discuss emerging technologies that promise to make your job easier. Designed to help you shift from overwhelmed to excited, this session will equip you with a practical framework for assessing and adopting technology in your work.


  1. Introduce a framework for thinking about innovation 
  2. Understand the differences between near term and farther out innovations 
  3. Understand how to assess near term innovations and products 
  4. Understand how to think about medium and longer term trends in technology


1 McKinsey & Company (2009, December 1). Enduring Ideas: The three horizons of growth. Retrieved from


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