It took 75 years for the telephone to reach 50 million users. It took Facebook only 4. The pace of technology is staggering and the notion that machines will replace our jobs is receiving considerable attention.
By 2025 machines will perform more work tasks than humans, according to the World Economic Forum Future of Jobs Report. This prediction has worried workers and employers. The good news is that organizations are thinking about the social implications of this man/machine shift and considering their options.
Deloitte’s 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report, “Leading the social enterprise: Reinvent with a human focus” reflects polling results of nearly 10,000 respondents in 119 countries. Amongst its findings, CEOs were asked to rate their most important measure of success in 2019. The No. 1 issue they cited was “impact on society, including income inequality, diversity and the environment”.
Join Brett Wilson, Sr. Director of Thought Leadership & Strategy at Cornerstone and Julie Hiipakka, Vice President and Learning Research Leader at Bersin, Deloitte Consulting as they discuss:
The pace of technology and its effect on jobs
Design principles for the social enterprise
The key 2019 human capital trends and their influence over the future of the workforce, the future of the organization, and the future of HR
Key takeaways and approaches HR organizations can leverage to be better prepared for the “reinvention” ahead