20 April, 2016 | (01 hr)
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Digitization is transforming companies’ business strategy, processes, products and services, customer relationships, and connections to the wider ecosystem. These changes all have implications for talent management. Digitization is not just about adding more technology, it’s a lever for radically reimaging what companies need employees to do.
This webcast will present an Human Capital-relevant description of digitization and its business impacts. Building on this foundation, we will explore how talent management is already changing to meet the needs of digitized organizations and how digitization can benefit many areas within talent management.
Eric Lesser is the Research Director and North American Leader for the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV). He leads a global team of over 50 professionals responsible for driving IBM’s research and thought leadership across a range of industry and cross-industry topics. In addition to s...Full Bio
Susan Lund is a partner of McKinsey & Company and a leader of the McKinsey Global Institute. She conducts economic research on global financial markets, labor markets, and country productivity and growth. Her latest report focuses on how digital technologies are transforming globalizati...Full Bio
Mary B. Young, D.B.A.
Dr. Mary Young leads The Conference Board’s program of research on human capital analytics, big data for human resources, and strategic workforce planning. Trained in organizational behavior and organizational development, Young has studied the “datafication” of HR in hundreds o...Full Bio