The Future of Work with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

The Future of Work with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

The pace and dimensions of digitalization are constantly increasing and putting pressure on companies to more effectively lead and organize their internal and external eco-system. At the same time, many businesses do not fully leverage the potential of their employees and partners. Why? Their status-quo mindset does not question current leadership models or invest in the future of work trends. Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional coffee break with game-changers for our special series that gives you a glimpse into tomorrow’s daring business and industry trends around the Future of Work - and how to re-invent “working models” within your internal and external eco-system. Learn how you can become the savvy Transformation Leader who takes your company across the finish line as you look ahead to the next wave of business. The Future of Work, presented by SAP, live on Tuesdays on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

Episodes

November 13, 2018 56 min
The buzz: “Allow people to be themselves. People want to be GREAT, great companies let them be GREAT {Arte Nathan). In a world where everything that can be automated, will be automated, business organizations need to become more ‘human’ than ever. Why? Our human abilities to create with passion, empathize, collaborate and innovate, give us a competitive edge over machines. Is your organization elevating human capabilities over obed...
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The buzz: “Business Week recently reported that self-directed work teams are, on average, 30 to 50 percent more productive than their conventional counterparts” (Jim Cody). The definition of work is changing in ways you may not expect. Steep, rigid work hierarchies will no longer sustain your business in our digital economy. The answer? Self-organizing teams can have a positive impact on worker productivity and job satisfaction, as...
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The buzz: “…the human being is a lazy creature…paradoxically this is a good thing, because laziness is… the engine of progress!... if a job’s considered too hard…certain lazy (but conscientious) humans…give the job to a machine!” (Eugene Kaspersky). We often find ourselves overwhelmed, yet inspired by the speed of change and technological innovations that are shaping, enhancing and improving our daily lives and how we work. How do...
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The buzz: “Workforce agility will become the most critical concept in HCM… tapping into people’s innate capacity for learning, growth, and innovation” (Steven Hunt, SAP). Most companies have always hired workers from two or three generations. Today, it is common for organizations to employ five demographic cohorts – ages 20–70 with diverse abilities and learning styles. Are your human capital assets sharing information, collaborati...
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The buzz: “…the human being is a lazy creature…paradoxically this is a good thing, because laziness is… the engine of progress!... if a job’s considered too hard…certain lazy (but conscientious) humans…give the job to a machine!” (Eugene Kaspersky). We often find ourselves overwhelmed, yet inspired by the speed of change and technological innovations that are shaping, enhancing and improving our daily lives and how we work. How do...
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The buzz: “Workforce agility will become the most critical concept in HCM… tapping into people’s innate capacity for learning, growth, and innovation” (Steven Hunt, SAP). Most companies have always hired workers from two or three generations. Today, it is common for organizations to employ five demographic cohorts – ages 20–70 with diverse abilities and learning styles. Are your human capital assets sharing information, collaborati...
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