New Perspectives on the Digital and Physical Workplace - Connecting Humans in a Digital World Wednesday, 2 November 2022 from 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Location
W-178 (Level 1)
Session Type
Learning Experience

Digital transformation has radically changed business and businesses. We have entered the digital era and virtual and remote work has enabled new levels of flexibility, choice, and ecosystems. Corporate Real Estate professionals must consider this impact on their own operations and organizations. This session will delve into: What is digital transformation and what has been its impact? What is top of mind for HR leaders, as they support new businesses and new business models? Do people and products still need somewhere to go? What are the attributes of the worker of the future and what are the (new) skills needed? What are the (new) expectations? - What principles remain fundamental?

Key Takeaways:

  • Through definitions, data, and examples, participants will improve their understanding of business transformation, the digital worker, and potential impacts to their operations, portfolio, and workplace.

  • Participants will be prepared for next level conversations with HR, IT, and business leaders.

  • Participants will hear and co-create definitions of and examples of the employee value proposition.

Speakers

Portrait photo of Kari Atkinson Kari Atkinson
Vice President of People & Culture, ManpowerGroup
Speaker
Portrait photo of Tracy Brower, PhD, MCR.w Tracy Brower, PhD, MCR.w
Vice President of Workplace Insights, Steelcase
Speaker
Portrait photo of Nina Desrocher Nina Desrocher
Client Service Partner, IBM
Speaker
Portrait photo of Michael Zeoli Michael Zeoli
Partner, Talent Transformation, IBM
Speaker

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