During the 2016 World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Accenture is hosting three panel discussions about the evolution of the workforce and leadership in the digital era.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016 – 4:00pm CET
People & Machines in the Digital Era: Collaboration or Competition?
The debate on the impact of artificial intelligence on the workforce and economy continues to take place on the world’s stage. The panelists representing business, academia and emerging technology will discuss their views on whether people and machines are working together, or against one another, and what this means for business. Remember to follow along with hashtag #FutureWorkforce on Twitter to join in the conversation and ask the panelists questions.
Thursday, January 21, 2016 – 4:00pm CET
Digital Workforce of the Future – Leading in the Digital Age
What does creating a digital workforce mean for leaders? How do they take employees along with them, create the right culture and addresses issues of trust and confidence in intelligent machines? How will leaders of tomorrow differ from leaders of today? Continue to follow the hashtag #FutureWorkforce on Twitter to join in the conversation and ask the panelists questions.
Friday, January 22, 2016 - 5:00pm CET
Being Out There – LGBT Beyond Borders
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) panel at Davos this year will focus on the quickly changing international landscape of corporate LGBT issues. While the new status quo among multinationals includes same sex benefits, employee resource groups, training and mentoring, the evolving state of LGBT issues points to new terrain beyond traditional corporate and geographic borders. Our panel will discuss ways of being more “out there” as a leader personally and the next frontier of LGBT workforce issues. Use the hashtag #LGBTBroadcast on Twitter to join in the conversation and ask the panelists questions.