Brian Kropp, GVP, Gartner
Historically, HR was asked to attract, develop and retain the talent that is required to achieve this goal, but their remit has expanded. HR is now tasked with leading their organization through this transformation by fundamentally rethinking their approach to the workforce, work, and the way their organization needs to operate to drive organization success.
Helen Poitevin, Research Director, Gartner
The impact of AI-enabled software and hardware machines on society and the workplace depends on the trajectories of strong, uncertain forces. We explore four scenarios for the future of work and offer advice to HR leaders on how to manage the machine-human workforce in each. We also advise HR leaders on what medium-term investments will prepare them and their organizations for the future of work.
Scott Engler, Principal Executive Advisor, Gartner
Within every function, jobs are evolving to require more technology skills and fluency, and at the same time greater levels of soft skills such as business acumen, teamwork and problem-solving. TalentNeuron will share approaches to help organizations identify roles and skills that are growing the most in demand across key functions and adopt practical "buy, build, borrow" strategies for overcoming talent shortages.