Rising to The Challenge – Future of Work I
There is no turning back. The future of work starts now and technology is shaping how we interact.
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.
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.
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.
We will be hosting our first session May 14th, supported by two recognized startups that are enabling the Future of Work.
- WorkBoard -WorkBoard enables Cisco, Microsoft, Samsung, Reliance, Workday, Zuora and other large enterprises to improve business resilience and results. WorkBoard’s Enterprise Results Platform enables companies to rapidly shift and align OKRs, gain enterprise-wide transparency on progress to plan, automate meetings and management operations reporting like QBRs, and connect team output to company outcomes. WorkBoard pioneered OKR coaching to help companies collapse time to success with the OKR methodology and has certified over 1,500 coaches using its proven playbook.
- Udacity – Udacity is a global, online learning platform powering digital transformation and accelerated time-to-market initiatives for Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises. Udacity programs provide industry-created practitioner skills through a series of “Nanodegree” programs consisting of online courses and real-world projects in artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, autonomous systems, and cloud computing, among other disciplines. Udacity collaborates with expert instructors and over 200 global industry partners including AT&T, Google, Facebook, Mercedes-Benz, and NVIDIA to power technical education.
How are new technologies shaping the way that we work? How can you and your organization even more effectively collaborate in an online context that drives tangible, differentiating outcomes?
Join us as we bring several great minds and leaders together to share their experiences and predictions on how technology is changing the Future of Work.
Don’t miss these two unique webinars with Capgemini on one of the most relevant topics today!
Webinar replay coming soon
Session 1: May 14th, 9 AM – 10:00 AM PDT
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.
Deidre Paknad, Co-founder & CEO, WorkBoard
Deidre is a serial entrepreneur who has founded and led several companies, including WorkBoard. Her last company, PSS Systems, created a new market category and inspired deep customer loyalty from Global 1000 companies including ExxonMobil, Citigroup, Travelers, Novartis, Wells Fargo and others. It was acquired by IBM in late 2010; at IBM, Deidre ran the high-growth Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG) business, improving information economics for enterprise customers. She has 16 patents and has published dozens of articles.
Gabe Dalporto, CEO, Udacity
Gabe Dalporto is Chief Executive Officer at Udacity. Prior to joining Udacity he worked at LendingTree, where he held several leadership roles, including Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Financial Officer.
During his time at LendingTree, he was instrumental in driving the company’s transition from a microcap, mortgage-focused marketplace to a multi-billion dollar, fully diversified financial services marketplace. During his tenure, LendingTree delivered a remarkable 6745% stock price appreciation, one of the highest of any publicly traded company. Dalporto joined the LendingTree Board in 2017 and continues to be an active board member there, and he is also a board member of Guitar Center.
Gabe holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Florida and a Master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering from MIT.
Find more information on part two of the series with the two startups, Tandem and Asana here: