Rising to the Challenge: Stronger Together
There is no turning back. The future of work starts now and we work better together!
It is impossible to foresee the most crucial aspect of this pandemic: the human cost. But though, there is one thing that we can predict: the future of work is evolving, faster than ever before, right before our eyes. Across all sector and all over the world, organizations are exploring where we work, how we work, and even why we work the way that we do and for whom.
Many organizations have already announced that there is no way turning back to our previous ways of working. We are witnessing a tangible pivot, occurring on a global scale.
Date: June 2
Time: 9:00- 10:00 am PDST
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Analogies with the 1920s are not always fully accurate, though they still provide valuable lessons. The world was emerging from WWI and the dire consequences caused by the Spanish flu pandemic, and that an unprecedented global growth and prosperity period eventually followed. History has shown that technology-led transformation has helped fuel recovery: cars, electricity, radio and communication networks forever changed how people have lived and worked. Notably, employers began investing in employees more than before and new leadership models was developed.
Therefore, it is expected that technology is enabling new platforms, leadership, culture, and ways of working – components of business that will forever and fundamentally be impacted by the current global situation.
What was once a merely “an online meeting” is evolving into social gatherings and real-time collaboration through virtual spaces. Everyone has become a video producer and online contributor without knowing it. New work platforms are adopted and deployed in both local and global businesses. Leaders are finding new ways to lead and reach out to their teams. Simply put… we’ve arrived in a completely new era.
How can you and your organization even more effectively collaborate in an online context that drives tangible, differentiating outcomes?
Taking next innovative steps… is customer-centric and creative innovation important to you?
Don’t miss this unique webinar with Microsoft and Capgemini on one of the most relevant topics today!
Join us for webinar hosted by Capgemini’s Applied Innovation Exchange (AIE) in San Francisco, as we bring two great minds and leaders together to share their experiences and predictions on how technology is changing our world, including topics like mixed realities.
Hosted and moderated by:
Andreas Sjostrom, AIE Director Capgemini
Andreas leads the Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, Capgemini’s flagship innovation space. Experienced digital transformation advisor and author of numerous innovation papers and books.
Zakiullah Mohammed, Principal PM Lead – MS Teams, Microsoft
Zakiullah Mohammed is a Lead Principal Program Manager at Microsoft and responsible for platform growth for Microsoft Teams with strategic customers and system integrators. Has been part of founding ecosystem group for Microsoft Teams, and before that led hyper-scale product growth for Microsoft News and early-stage startups. He is relentless about driving user experience (value, design, quality & efficiency) and passionate about solving problems at scale.
Risto Lähdesmäki, CEO and founder of Idean, and EVP, Capgemini Invent
Risto has more than 20 years of experience within the creative and digital industry, with a focus to ensuring design-thinking and human-centric approach. Experience of working with some of the world’s largest brands.
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