In 2019 an intensifying combination of economic, social and political issues are challenging business strategies.
Faced with the relentless acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive technologies and automation, respondents to this year's Global Human Capital Trends survey believe 86% must reinvent their ability to learn.
After nearly 10 years of economic growth, and despite a pervasive corporate focus on digital transformation, 84% of respondents stated they need to rethink their workforce experience to improve productivity.
In the face of these new pressures, businesses must move faster and adapt to a far more diverse workforce, with 80% of respondents believing they need to develop leaders differently.
While these may seem like timeless human capital problems, today they are arising in a whole new context: the social enterprise.
In this session, our presenter Katherine Wannan, Director, Human Capital practice of Deloitte will provide the audience with insights into the 2019 Global Human Capital survey. Co-presenting with Katherine is Deloitte Director, Megan Maletic who will present on the Future of Work.