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Tweetchat on anticipating the changes that will shape the future of work

While you gear up to listen to the thoughts of global thought leaders on future of work at People Matter TechHR 2018, read what they had to say about anticipating the transformations in talent and technology.
Tweetchat on anticipating the changes that will shape the future of work

It’s no news that the business is changing rapidly. The question is how are organizations anticipating the changes and how prepared are they for the future of work. 

While in an era of rapid change, it is imperative for the organizations to keep pace with the change and get the organizational transformation right, what is even more important is preparing for the future. In fact, anticipating the changes and increasing awareness about what the future holds is the first step to building a successful transformation strategy. 

To gain more insight on how organizations are preparing for the future of work and to know how they think the technological transformation will impact talent, People Matters conducted a TweetChat and asked some global thought leaders a few essential questions.

The TweetChat moderated by Ester Martinez, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters witnessed the participation of business and thought leaders like Jason Averbook, CEO & Co-Founder, Leapgen; Josh Bersin, Founder of Bersin by Deloitte; Chris Havrilla, President, Havrilla LLC and Abhijit Bhaduri, Founder, Abhijit Bhaduri & Associates.

The list of panelists also included other leaders like Chaitanya Peddi, Cofounder & Product Head, Darwinbox; Ketan Kapoor, Co-Founder and CEO, Mettl; Lokesh Payik, Chief of Digital Enterprise, Bosch; Pankaj Bansal, Co-founder & CEO, PeopleStrong; Sairee Chahal Founder & CEO, Sheroes and Tapas Lenka, CEO, Giftease Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Tara O&#039, Sullivan Chief Marketing Officer, Skillsoft. 

S.V. Nathan, Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte India; William Tincup, President Recruiting Daily; Mukul Jain, Founder and CEO, HONO, Ramesh Gopalkrishna, Market Development Lead – APAC, Workplace by Facebook and Kashyap Kompella CEO, rpa2ai Research also participated in the discussion and shared their thoughts. 

Here is a sneak peak of what the panel of expert leaders had to say: 

How are organizations anticipating the changes that will shape work and workplace in the future?

In the cognitive era, how are organizations accelerating innovation in the workplace?

Marked by constant disruptions, how are productivity metrics bound to change at organizations going forward?

How are organizations building a digital culture to support businesses of the future?

What will be the role of the people function in the next-gen organization?

Amidst all these disruptions, what is the one thing that will not change in the future workplace? 

If you want to know more about the workplace disruptions and wish to interact and seek knowledge from global leaders like these and more, be part of TechHR2018 and learn from the experts through various sessions and masterclasses. Click here to register.   

Topics: TechHR 2018, Strategic HR, Technology

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