Virtual Learning: The Future of Work- Leveraging the Shift to the Virtual Workforce to Drive Busines
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 Export to Your Calendar 6/4/2020
When: 6/4/2020
12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual Learning Event
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Virtual Learning: The Future of Work- Leveraging the Shift to the Virtual Workforce to Drive Business Agility

 

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Event Overview:
Today’s global crisis is an accelerant in the ways we’re working and will have a lasting effect on business models and employee engagement models.  As companies quickly shift to leveraging a virtual workforce, issues such as maintaining employee engagement and being able to quickly respond to business challenges become increasingly more difficult.

In this session Jeff Douglas, Partner, IBM Talent and Transformation, will discuss how to address these challenges and accelerate your business by adopting a skills-based model and incorporating intelligent automation to digitally shift your HR strategy to embrace the future of work.

This session will address the following challenges and learning objectives:

·       Providing support for communication, collaboration and culture in a virtual operating model.
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Investing in employees to ensure success as their jobs change in a virtual environment.
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Ensuring your organization can quickly mobilize around new business challenges or opportunities.  

This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification 1.0 credit hour.

Date:
June 4, 2020

Event Information:
Program 12:00-1:00 PM

Where:
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email

Cost:
Free to everyone

Speaker Information:
Jeff Douglas, Partner, IBM Talent and Transformation, has spent his career exploring how the intelligent application of technology can improve people’s lives.  As a Partner within IBM Talent and Transformation, Jeff is a member of the global Center of Competency, focused on helping clients pivot their strategy, operations and culture to a talent centric model.  He is a passionate believer that businesses that have talent as their core principle are more agile, impactful and successful, and create a more engaging, transparent experience for their employees.

Jeff came to IBM T&T from IBM Research, where he was the Director of Offering Development for IBM Watson Education. As a founding member of that innovation unit, he provided business and technology leadership, collaborating with learners, educators, organizations and partners at all levels of learning, as Watson Education created offerings that applied emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain to create offerings that fundamentally changed the teaching and learning experience at all levels of education.

Jeff has been with IBM since 2004.  Prior to taking a leadership role within IBM’s education business, Jeff worked in a variety of roles, most recently as the solutions strategy lead for IBM Enterprise Content Management.  In that role, he delivered solutions that brought together the depth and breadth of IBM’s software portfolio to address critical business needs in a variety of industries.  He is an enthusiastic and experienced practitioner in building solution teams with design thinking and agile methodologies at their cultural core.


 

 

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