Insights Series | Future of Work: Preparing for the New Normal
The CTA Insights Series is a quarterly breakfast that takes a deep dive into an emerging technology topic. July's event includes an in-depth presentation from IDC analyst Holly Muscolino followed by a panel discussion and a tour of the Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools. Our upcoming Insights Series will focus on The Future of Work: Preparing for the New Normal.
Technology is rapidly changing work as we know it. Work is no longer bounded by a physical place or specific time of day. Organizations must adapt to a multi-generational labor force and one that is more and more task-oriented, target-focused and gig-based. And that workforce will increasingly consist of humans and machines collaborating to transform how work gets done. This session will present a framework for approaching the future of work. We will also present recent research that provides a snapshot of where enterprises are today, as well as an IDC MaturityScape for the Future of Work, that provides a blueprint for evaluating your own company and determining the steps that you need to take to get ready for the "new normal."
Presented By: Holly Muscolino, Research Vice President, Future of Work, IDC
Director - Automation and Infrastructure DCP Midstream
Roger Hughes VP Global IT Infrastructure & Security, Crocs
Workforce of the Future - Diversity & Inclusion
Research Vice President, Future of Work
Founder & CEO
About The Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools
The Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools offers courses, industry work experience, research opportunities and more in content areas ranging from aeronautics,robotics, computer science, and technology, to media, STEM, and entrepreneurship. Student learning at the Innovation Center transcends the traditional classroom and provides experiential opportunities that are developing today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and changemakers. In addition to rigorous extended learning and mentorship opportunities, students gain valuable experience through employment that focuses on designing and engineering technology solutions for industry and community partners.