Our research shows that people hold the most value in the future of work but there is no denying that technology is reshaping organizations and the workforce.
Firms are increasingly relying on smaller core teams playing bigger roles. Freelancers are adding valuable skills and support on the fringes. Roles are becoming more fluid, with greater focus on collaboration and managing complexity. How are these changes affecting your organization's workforce and what can you do to prepare it for the future?
In this online session, we will show you the building blocks of strategic workforce planning and share insights to help you:
- Understand where in the organization the most value will be created.
- Identify the critical skills your company needs to turn its strategy into future success.
- Understand which roles have the potential to be outsourced and which should remain.
- Ensure your workforce is the right size and shape for now and the future.
This seminar will help you understand where your organization is, where it needs to go and how it has to shape its workforce to get there.
Sign up to the other seminars of the series.
22 March (recording) - The Future of Work is Human
19 April (recording) - How to Assess and Acquire Your Future Workforce
3 May (recording) - The Future of Employee Motivation and Retention
17 May - Leading the Workforce of the Future
Eric works with clients globally to deliver results through transformation. He has helped many companies prepare for Leveraged Buyouts (LBO) and Initial Public Offerings (IPO) and improve efficiency in post-merger integration, restructuring operations and large performance enhancement programs.
Tonny is Korn Ferry Hay Group's strategic workforce guru in ASEAN and is working with many Asian and global organizations to plan for the right workforce today and tomorrow. He also specializes in business analytics, and public sector policy advisory in Singapore and Malaysia.
Tomas works with business leaders to design, rethink and co-create organizational structures, implementing organizational changes and helping clients implement and align business strategy with their operating models and structure.