Vice President, Talent Planning, Acquisitions & Analytics
Day One, Sunday, April 28, 2019
Sunday, April 28th, 2019
As companies increasingly take a data-based approach to organizational design, talent leaders need to rethink the design of their org charts. Teamwork, agility and collaboration rule the day. But as teams become increasingly composed of employees spread across time zones and work becomes more project-based, HR must take a step back to craft employee experiences designed for the future of work. In place of traditional work hierarchies, future employees may well be measured on their ability to collaborate with both internal employees, outside suppliers and external networks of contingent talent. Managers, instead of occupying fixed roles, may be hired on a project-to-project basis, valued less for their track record than their adaptability to new challenges.
•Why real-time feedback will become essential to crafting organizational design
•How design thinking can help traditional Talent leaders adapt to a more fluid work stream
•Developing talent strategy that reflects the increasingly global marketplace and a digital customer base