THE WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE:
The competing forces shaping 2030
Tuesday, 10 October, 18:30 for a 19.00 Start, 21.00 Finish
The Caledonian Club, 9 Halkin Street, London, SW1X 7DR
£25 Club Members / £40 Non-Members & Guests
We are living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work. Automation and ‘thinking machines’ are replacing human tasks and jobs, and changing the skills that organisations are looking for in their people. These momentous changes raise huge organisational, talent and HR challenges – at a time when business leaders are already wrestling with unprecedented risks, disruption and political and societal upheaval. But what will the future look like?
The pace of change is accelerating. Competition for the right talent is fierce. And ‘talent’ no longer means the same as ten years ago; many of the roles, skills and job titles of tomorrow are unknown to us today. How can organisations prepare for a future that few of us can define? How will your talent needs change?
This isn’t a time to sit back and wait for events to unfold. To be prepared for the future, you have to understand it.
The team of the PWC Global presents their report published in July 2017 Workforce of the future: The Competing Forces shaping 2030 - which looks at four possible Worlds of Work for 2030
Red World : Innovation rules
Blue World : Corporate is King
Green World : Companies Care
Yellow World : People come First
This report draws on research begun in 2007 by a team from PwC and the James Martin Institute for Science and Civilisation at the Said Business School in Oxford and a specially commissioned survey of 10,000 people in China, India, Germany, the UK and the US. It gives insights into how people think the workplace will evolve and how this will affect their employment prospects and future working lives.
Jon Andrews is Head of Technology and Investments at PwC and sits on PwC's UK Executive Board. Previously Jon was the Leader of People and Organisation globally and in the UK. Jon’s work with clients has included advising on global HR strategy and operating models, global HR transformations, and major workforce transformational projects with significant experience in creating a broad range of innovative learning capabilities and managing cultural change initiatives. This work has covered several industry sectors including FMCG, financial services, government, pharmaceuticals and high-tech and has spent time working and living abroad in Kuala Lumpur and Zurich.
Carol Stubbings is the joint global leader of PwC’s People and Organisation practice. P&O brings together an unmatched combination of 10,000 people in 138 countries with industry, technology, analytics, business, talent, strategy and HR expertise in one team across the globe, supported by a strong focus on and use of technology. PwC's People and Organisation is recognised by Kennedy Information, leading market analysts as part of their "Vanguard". Carol regularly talks and writes about Talent, Innovation, Diversity and the Future of Work.Carol is a partner with over 25 years of experience working with large multinational organisations, and currently leads the overall relationship with two of our global (FT100) clients, including a large, global financial services company.
Drinks and Canapes will be served. Guests welcome.
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