Date(s) - 06/24/2020
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
iDisruptor 3.4 Tech Talk
COVID-19 and the Future of Work
June 24, 2020, 4-5:30PM
Virtual Zoom Cast
“COVID-19 has dramatically disrupted the economy and altered work as we
know it. In order to pivot to the next “normal,” we must re-imagine what
economic progress looks like and how the next workplace and next workforce
COVID-19 has turned conventional economic thinking upside down. Organizational leaders across society must consider new ways to work and create value for their patrons in an age of uncertainty and prolonged social distancing.
Firms are responding by rethinking the modern workplace and traditional management science. Leaders are assessing long-term risks and opportunities in a reshaped economic landscape that is quickly eliminating weak institutions from those built to persevere and reinvent themselves for the next normal.
Accelerating the transition are increases in the use of automation, A.I., and other digital technologies that were already separating early adopters from the rest. The challenge ahead confronts leaders with one of the largest and most complex challenges in recent history: After COVID-19, what is the future of work?
This Tech Talk will explore answers to this question along many different dimensions including business, economic, and technology. Join us to dive deep into the possibilities that may drive the future of work.
Amy Manley, Global Workforce Practice Lead, Jacobs, describes the strategies her team have developed to help Jacobs and her global clients navigate the future of work. Amy has advised numerous Fortune 500 companies on workforce optimization
Steve Walters PhD, Chief Economist, Maryland Public Policy Institute, Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins Institute for Applied Economics, Global Health, and the Study of Business Enterprise, shares the regional economic implications of COVID-19 and forecast the changes to the business landscape. He is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.
John Forsythe, Managing Director, Deloitte, will present 2020 Human Capital Trends, a perspective on responding, recovering, and thriving in a post-COVID world, and perspective on the impact on the future workforce merging complex digital technologies.
Tom Eck, Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, IBM Banking and Financial Markets discusses societal transformations and the adoption of new technologies across industries, including AI.
Moderated by John W. Karabias, Vice President of Cyber Strategy & Sales, Jacobs. John leads cyber and digital strategy for Jacob’s Critical Mission Solutions (CMS) cyber business unit. He’s also an adjunct professor of information systems at Loyola University of Maryland and board member at the NMTC.
iDISUPTOR TECH TALK SERIES
The NMTC iDisruptor Tech Talks speakers to provide audiences with quick, succinct presentations on big ideas or game-changing topics that have the potential to disrupt the status quo and/or have a transformational impact in a given sector of society.
You have the opportunity to engage with the speakers in Q&A during the presentations via on-line chat.
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NMTC Members $20, Guests: $35, with proceeds contributing to NMTC’s LIFTS (Laptops Inspire Future Tech Students), for dis-advantaged students at home. See below.
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Includes logo on event media, microphone and screen time, and access to attendee list plus attendance for two (provide names and emails). Limited $500 sponsorships are available. See below. Thanks for Brauvura Information Technology Systems and Mindgrub Technologies for sponsoring
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