Equipping Employees with the Necessary Skills for the Future of Work

Casper Moerck, Head of Learning Technology and Digitization Americas at Siemens talks about how reskilling the current workforce to prepare for Future of Work.

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
September 18, 2019
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM EST

Automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning are transforming the way people work. In fact, the World Economic Forum refers to this as the 4th Industrial Revolution. To quote the WEF, the revolution is “a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres.” Because these technologies are changing the way we work, the McKinsey Global Institute says 375 million people globally will need to change occupations by 2030 just to keep up. So how do we prepare for the future of work? In this session, learn:

  • How to identify the roles needed in the next three, five and ten years
  • The skills those new roles will need
  • Reskilling the current workforce to prepare for the shift to these new skills and roles

Host:

Casper Moerck
Head of Learning Technology and Digitalization
Siemens

Casper Moerck has an established global career as a leader in the learning space. He has consulted on learning, training and onboarding for large companies for years and has worked in the renewable energy sector for companies like Vestas, being responsible for global new hire onboarding as well as training for the Northern European region.

His career has exposed him to most aspects of learning from instructional design of new hire programs, sales, LEAN and leadership programs  to strategy development, learning process & infrastructure optimization and corporate university development.

He currently works for Siemens, where he is responsible for Infrastructure & Learning Technology in The Americas. Casper holds a Masters degree in Psychology and Business Administration from University of Roskilde in Denmark.

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