How Businesses Can Adapt and Thrive in the New World of Work
27 January, 2012 | (01 hr)
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Join us for the first ever Human Capital Exchange Book Discussion! We’ll feature a great new book that shapes our thinking in human capital and connect you with authors and thought leaders. Join us to hear from Alison Maitland, a Senior Fellow, Human Capital, at The Conference Board, on her brand new book, co-authored with Peter Thomson, Future Work: How Businesses Can Adapt and Thrive in the New World of Work. They posit that the way we work is overdue for change: businesses want to increase efficiency and attract the best talent and skills and the new workforce wants a fresh deal. Aided by technology, companies now have the tools to boost output and cut costs, to give employees more freedom over how they work, and to contribute to a greener economy. So how does it all work? Who’s doing “future work” now? Learn how work will get done in the future and what you can do differently today – you can’t afford to be left behind!
Human Capital Professionals charged with strategic workforce planning, workforce readiness, diversity & inclusion, talent management, strategic human resources, employee engagement, leadership development or human capital analytics
Alison Maitland is a Senior Fellow, Human Capital at The Conference Board. In this role, Alison supports the Human Capital Practice which includes The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange™, research, conferences, webcasts and programs in a broad spectrum of huma...Full Bio
David Learmond is a senior advisor and senior fellow in human capital at The Conference Board. In these roles, he supports the human capital practice, which includes Human Capital Exchange™, research, conferences, webcasts, and other human capital programs.