Once the initial pandemic shock ebbed, Chief Executives, Finance Heads, Marketing Mavens, Tech Enablers and other industry leaders began appraising a business landscape that had transformed overnight. The main challenge confronting them in the new reality was productivity and performance of their employees – a key parameter that separated thrivers from survivors. Those that were quick to deploy and leverage technology, change their policies, adjust their workplace practices, and respond to their employees' needs, stayed afloat.
In 2021, we truly witnessed organizations attempt to integrate technology and human elements. While the pandemic accelerated the investment and urgency of deployment of technology to drive digitization and automation, it also affirmed the intuitive need to connect and spotlight the human element at the center of transformation.
The success of this transformation is at the intersection of people & skills as well as organization & technology. People Matters Workforce Productivity Conference will focus on these levers to accelerate digitalization, boosting productivity on the supply side while maintaining labor income & consumption on the demand side.
As a precursor to the event, we invite leaders and experts to come together and brainstorm on building an Augmented Organization to drive productivity & performance.
1. According to you, what is the topmost barrier in the pursuit of workplace productivity?
2. In 2022, what is the one thing organisations need to change to be able to drive performance & productivity?
3. As the success of an organisation lies at the intersection of technology and people, what is the first step organisations should take towards becoming an Augmented Organisation?
4. Who are the key stakeholders that will work along with HR leaders to build an Augmented Organisation?
5. What is the one skill that leaders need to build or nurture to spearhead their teams as they pivot to be successful in the new normal?
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