There have been robust discussions on the implications of technology for the future of work, the advent of artificial intelligence in the workforce and its impact on several job functions.

These conversations predate the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, but current trends are accelerating the pace at which organisations must adapt to the new normal. Organisations must begin to rethink their strategy and must be agile enough to adjust to disruption. These changes hover around the skills required for future jobs and the quality of those skills.

As the workplace evolves rapidly, HR professionals and employers need to rethink employee planning, performance, management, and experience plan of action. The message is clear: the future of work is not pre-established, it is up to us to shape it and the time to act is NOW.

Join Lagos Business School Faculty, Uche Attoh; Lagos Business School MBA candidate, Richard Arowolo; Managing Director, Accenture, Michael Liley and Executive Director, ISN Products Nigeria, Felix Ofungwu as they unpack the topic and provide a roadmap for navigating the future.

Date: Saturday, June 27, 2020

Time: 5.00pm – 6.00pm

Registration Link: https://bit.ly/LBS-FutureofWork


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