How will the digital age transform your workplace? That is the question, among others, a group of industry leaders will work to answer during a panel called “Digital Workforce of the Future - Leading in the Digital Age,” hosted by Accenture at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday, Jan. 21st at 10 am ET.
The panel will include Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post; Ellyn Shook, chief leadership and human resources officer of Accenture; Alan Murray, editor of Fortune; and Andrea Smith, chief administrative officer of Bank of America.
In a blog entitled The Future Of Work Is Now, Shook writes:
In my role, how technology will transform the future of work is the burning question. And interestingly, when I talk with other executives about it, the conversation quickly moves from the technology itself -- to the people. Because at the heart of this digital revolution are human beings. And companies are trying to get their arms around what this Liquid Workforce means for their business, customers, communities and employees.
This discussion will be livestreamed below when the panel begins on Jan. 21st at 10 am ET.
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