New work-life paradigms are changing the workplace. Research suggests that more than 40% of all skills will become redundant by 2025. Consequently, 50% companies plan to invest in hybrid workplaces and future skills.
From merging physical + digital experiences, the shift from fixed to fluid workplace, new collaboration needs that include ‘we’ and ‘me’ time, the world of work is evolving with new priorities. Talent, technology and training are all getting reinvented.
In this context, there is a need for a ‘dynamic approach’ to developing future skills, beyond the constraints of current competency models. This means applying the knowledge of future skills across talent processes, sensing demand signals for new skills, maintaining up-to-date profiles, developing new skills in real time, and determining which skills to remove from the portfolio.
In this expert panel, we will talk to leading voices from the industry as to how they’re rebooting technology priorities to new demands.
Here’s what we will cover:
EVP & CHRO, Jubilant Foodwork
SVP & Head, HR for Hospitals Division, Apollo Hospitals
Head, HCM Strategy & Transformation APAC, Oracle
SVP HR, Mphasis
Director HR Transformation, TCS
Head HR, Tata Power DDL
CEO & Editor in Chief, People Matters
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