Online Webinar  – Recorded  June 7th, 2017
Activity Type: Education – Online or Digital Media 1 PDU – Free
Provider: Human Capital Institute

CEOs Know:
You Can’t Innovate Using Technology Alone!

Many individuals worry that globalization and technology will eliminate their jobs.

In reality, CEOs now recognize the need for talent – 52% plan to increase headcount, but can’t find people with the right skills. And 77% of CEOs are concerned that a shortage of key skills could impair their company’s growth.

In the age of the machine, people matter more than ever.

The right mix of people and machines in the workplace – and the implications not only for business but for wider society – is the critical talent question of our age.

Automation and the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) brings the promise of increased efficiency, productivity and profitability within reach, if CEOs can work out how to best access their potential.

The logical conclusion to the relentless march of automation is that it will transform the role of people at work.

CEOs have an enormous challenge ahead of them; it is the role of business leaders to protect and nurture their people to show that in the technological age, humans are their priority.

In this webcast, Jeff Hesse (LinkedIn profile) and Scott Olsen (LinkedIn profile) will explore talent findings according to PwC’s 20th CEO Survey –  looking at the dilemmas facing CEOs and their HR teams in today’s environment and how their businesses can stay ahead.

For more information, learn about strategies to transform human capital from PwC .

Note: SHRM has pre-approved this webcast for 1 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) towards SHRM-CP℠ or SHRM-SCP℠ Certifications.

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The Talent Challenge:
Harnessing The Power Of Human Skills
In The Machine Age

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