Planning for your organization’s future workforce used to be more straightforward: how many data scientists do we need, by when, and how will we find them?
Now, the perfect storm of a tight job market, high quit rates, and rapidly changing business models has complicated workforce planning. At the same time, though the challenges are greater, advances in AI have given corporations insights into skills their companies need to be future-ready that they never had before.
That was the upshot of our recent webinar, A New Approach to Skills, Hiring, and Organization Success, featuring Josh Bersin and Kathi Enderes of The Josh Bersin Company; Humana’s former SVP Roger Cude; BNY Mellon’s Stuart Logan; and Vodafone’s Marc Starfield.
Did you miss the live event? Watch the replay for insight into these five key takeaways and so much more:
Digital transformation is just the tip of the iceberg: Industries are converging. For example, CVS merged with Aetna, making the new entity not a retailer or a managed healthcare company, but all of the above. Banking companies are becoming more like technology companies that offer financial services. “Most industries are turning into something new,” Bersin says. “We used to call this