Digital Transformation – What is it and what does it mean for Human Capital?

The Conference Board of Canada, March 15, 2017
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Today’s leaders, both in the public and private sector, are facing the biggest technology transition we have ever witnessed. The digital era is causing a significant shift, not only in how organizations achieve business outcomes, but also the environment in which organizations must now operate. With the availability of real time information and smart technologies, agility, flexibility, and managing transitions are critical for competitiveness. This disruption means that organizations must be cognizant, now more than ever, how they leverage, manage and prepare their people to navigate the future of the workplace.

Mary Young, lead investigator for The Conference Board US’s strategic workforce planning research, will elaborate the impact of digital transformation on both business and people strategies. Mary will walk us through the full extent of what digital transformation encompasses. She will share the results from her latest research, exploring the current state of digital transformation. Mary will present a model of the ripple effect of digital transformation on business and human capital to help organizations and leaders understand the key human capital considerations that must be addressed as a result of digital transformation.

Webinar Highlights

During this 60 minute session, you will:

  • Learn the differences between Digitization and Digital Transformation.
  • Explore essential elements of Digital Transformation.
  • Gain insights on the business impacts of Digital Transformation.
  • Explore the implications of Digital Transformation on human capital.

About Mary

Dr. Mary Young leads The Conference Board Inc.’s program of research on digital transformation’s human capital impacts, human capital analytics, and strategic workforce planning. She has authored numerous reports on global human capital issues. Her research has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Business Week, Workforce, HR Executive, CFO, NPR’s Morning Edition. Mary received her doctorate in organizational behavior from Boston University's Graduate School of Management.

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