The fourth industrial revolution is here, disrupting business models and transforming our traditional views of work.
The rise of cognitive automation and the on-demand workforce are changing how work is getting done in the technology industry. We are seeing the unbundling of jobs in the enterprise, an emergence of new roles, and more tasks requiring higher cognitive and emotive complexity – all of which are redefining tomorrow’s talent model.
Mercer’s second paper in our Leading Through Disruption series, Building a Human-Centered Talent Model in the Technology Industry, outlines how technology organizations can best prepare for tomorrow’s talent needs and achieve competitive advantage. The paper explores key shifts currently underway in the technology industry, fundamental impacts to the human workforce, and emerging options for talent leaders in technology companies to build tomorrow’s talent model in their unique organizational context.
Knowing where to start is critical and Mercer can help. Join our Technology industry experts for an exclusive Leading Through Disruption: Building a Human-Centered Tech Talent Model webinar on May 9th or 17th for those who are interested in the North America/Silicon Valley market. There will also be a broader, global session on July 10th to highlight insights and trends from other markets, including Europe and Asia. Register below to learn more about:
• Key shifts currently underway in the technology industry,
• Fundamental impacts to the human workforce,
• Emerging options for talent leaders in technology companies to build tomorrow’s talent model
• Mapping your own disruption journey, overcoming significant barriers and building a disruption-ready organization
Click on the link below to register:
To listen to the recording from our previous webinars please click on the links below:
Julie van Waveren
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