LIVE ONLY! Talent in the Future of Work: Futureproof Your Workforce

2020 Talent Virtual Experience
Explore how to continuously transform work and the workforce in the future of work to create superior business and workforce outcomes.

New technologies, changing workforce expectations, expanding workforce options beyond balance sheet employees, and globalization are fundamentally changing work faster than ever before. Organizations try automation for efficiencies; tap into a broader workforce ecosystem of contractors, consultants, gig workers, and crowdsourcing, test remote workforce scenarios and other flexible arrangement, attempt reskilling their workforce; and invest heavily in attracting perceived skills, but often lack a cohesive strategy and approach to accomplish business goals. Traditional concepts of talent strategy, talent management and workforce planning only partially address these issues. A more holistic, agile, and responsive approach is needed to seize opportunities in this new reality. We will provide a research-based guide to business practices that create business and workforce outcomes and show a maturity model of what practices differentiate value and meaning in the future of work. 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Learn what challenges and opportunities will shape the future of work. 
  • See why traditional concepts of talent management and workforce planning are no longer sufficient to address these challenges. 
  • Understand what business practices drive superior business and workforce outcomes. 
  • Develop actionable strategies to assess their own maturity and advance practices. 
  • Determine which practices other organizations have successfully applied towards these challenges. 
Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 - 11:30am to 12:30pm

Kathi Enderes


Kathi leads talent and workforce research for Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP, focusing on talent strategies and talent management, diversity and inclusion, people analytics, performance management, workforce transformation and the future of work. Kathi has lived and worked in Austria, the UK, Spain and the US, affording her broad cultural competence. Her experience in Big 4 management consultancies advising senior clients and leading talent functions in large organizations helps her understand how organizations can optimize work and the workforce. Kathi is passionate about making work better.

Kathi holds a doctoral and a master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Vienna, Austria.

Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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