Fri 31st Jan 2020 - 12:00pm
By 2030, as many as 375 million workers (circa 14% of the global workforce) may need to switch occupational categories as digitization, automation, advances in artificial intelligence and other technologies disrupt the world of work. The skillsets required will shift with profound implications for career paths. (McKinsey)
In the immediate two years 10-50% of the workforce will be impacted by technology. (KPMG)
Ginny Rometty, IBM’s CEO, says that “Artificial Intelligence will change 100% of jobs in the next 5-10 years”.
The global market for AI is projected to grow to avalue of $89.9 billion by 2025. When you consider figures like that, it’s easy to see how AI could transform the future of work.
The number of tasks which AI cannot complete is shrinking rapidly and 32% of current jobs worldwide will see significant changes in the way they are carried out (OECD).
We have seen the astonishing pace of technology developments such as artificial intelligence, AR, VR, voice driven apps, blockchain, genetic analysis, robotics, IOT, big data and many others, which are constantly reshaping businesses and entire industries.
In an environment shaped by rapid technology and to remain competitive, businesses will increasingly require informed, innovative and future-focused leaders with relevant skillsets.
If businesses cannot change quick enough current predictions indicate 1 in 6 companies will fail in the next 5 years as a result of not adapting to rapid and radical change (PA consulting).
The era of disruption is reminiscent of a time once described by American futurist Alvin Toffler in which people who are unable to learn, unlearn and relearn – the ‘illiterates of the 21st century,’ in his parlance – would most likely be left behind. Thus, workers of the future are faced with the challenge to keep evolving to stay relevant.
In this phase of change we may begin to see a new phenomenon called “technological refugees”.
Attendance at this leadership event will provide insights on future trends and leadership reskilling dynamics including:
The changing nature of work, key technological and digital transformations/ trends creating the AI led workplace of the future
Board and C-Level Directors, Business and Functional Leaders, HR Directors, People Managers, Change Leaders, OD Practitioners and Leadership Development Specialists.
Please note that your place at this event will be confirmed by Rialto who reserve the right to refuse admission
Rialto will not normally refuse entry; however, it is our policy to prioritise admission to the attendee profile above to optimise the value of learning
|When:||Fri 22nd Nov 2019 | 12:00pm - 2:30pm|
|Where:||25 Southampton Building, Chancery Lane|
|Speaker:||Shereen Daniels Devyani Vaishampayan Rob Shorrick|