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Kevin Kelly on the Future of Talent
On Future Talent Summit 2019, U.S futurist, bestselling author and founding Executive Editor of Wired magazine Kevin Kelly is presenting his vision for the future of talent. We dissect technological advancements pragmatically; What is expected and on what timeline? What strategic steps are being proposed today?
“The future of talent rests with movers and shakers from across dozens of industries around the globe. Only by coming together as global leaders will we make the real changes necessary to usher forth the next steps in the evolution of talent-based strategies.”
An Impactful Agenda
Future Talent Summit is the foremost global gathering of leaders dedicated to improve the human talent opportunity and capability. What is being said, listened to, discussed and worked on during the Future Talent Summit has got an impact on the world. Time and focus invested is expected to result in actionable strategic documents, policy frameworks, tangible insights and a valuable network.
Patty McCord spent 14 years at Netflix experimenting with new ways to work. Making the Netflix culture deck become a reality for the people who work there.
From abolishing performance reviews to challenging the need for policies, she brings Silicon Valley concepts of innovation and applies them to rethinking the way we work.
The session will be followed by a Q&A dialogue facilitated by Sarah Green Carmichael, Managing Editor, Ideas at Barron’s
Amber Grewal is the Vice President of HR and Chief Talent Officer of Intel.
In this new digital and data-centric era, the way the HR and talent functions drive value to the business is rapidly changing.
In a personal conversation Ms. Grewal will discuss future talent strategies with Ania G. Wieckowski
Executive Editor of Harvard Business Review
Kevin Kelly’s latest book The Inevitable – Understanding 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future is a best seller on most global markets.
As these technologies, artificial intelligence being the most outed one, are poised to disrupt the world of work as we know it – what will your future company, job and talent look like?
The session will be followed by a Q&A dialogue facilitated by Ania G. Wieckowski Executive Editor of Harvard Business Review
In this panel we are discussing whether we, in the prospect of a future with AI and robotics, risk preparing talent for a working world that will not exist.
Moderator: Dr. Emanuel Contomanolis, Senior Associate Vice President, Northeastern University
- Dr. Gilbert Linne, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Kimep University (Kazakhstan)
- Dr. Colin Potts, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Georgia Tech (U.S)
- Dr. Thanassis Rikakis. Founding Chair, Calhoun Honors Discovery Program and Center for Higher Education Innovation, Virginia Tech (U.S)
- H.E. Manuel Heitor, Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education (Portugal)
- Ms. Joanna Daly, Global Vice President of Talent, IBM
Purdue University, with its phenomenal reputation, is pushing forward as if the institution had nothing to lose. Admirable, ambitious and wildly debated.
In this exclusive keynote, Dr. Frank J. Dooley, Senior Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, Purdue University, will walk us through the Kaplan acquisition.
Introduced by Tim Luzader, Director, Purdue University Center for Career Opportunities
In this panel we meet the Ministers and policymakers. What talent legislation is needed for the future? What future job market do they envision? From a policy perspective, what role can educators and corporations play in supporting the creation of future talent policies?
- Mr. John Halligan, Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, R&D of Ireland
- Mr. Anders Borg, Finance Minister of Sweden ’98-’12
- Ms. Lilja Alfredsdotter, Minister of Education, Science and Culture, Iceland
HR is evolving into the new corporate innovation hub. Talent technologies, strategies and priorities are in leadership’s focus and drive decisions of the business of tomorrow. How can, will and must talent leadership itself develop alongside this?
Moderator: Caroline Brent, Senior Vice President, Future Talent Council
- Mr. Yoshiharu Matsui, President, HPO Creation Inc. & Chief Community Officer, The Japan HR Society
- Ms. Temi Dalley, CHRO Sterling Bank
- Mr. John Nolan, Group HR Director, Jardine Matheson
Over 650 innovative companies have transformed their HR practices using the Avature platform. Amongst them are 110 of the Forbes 500 (7 of the top 10) and 26 of the FTSE 100.
Founder and CEO of Avature, Dimitri Boylan, joins Future Talent Summit to tell his personal story, expand on his passion for strategic HR and what he has learned from seeing the endless amounts of data insights pouring through his platform.
How can AI and Machine Learning help eliminate bias’ and enable next-generation inclusive organizations?
This corporate panel aim to turn the often dystopian look upon technological innovation and look at the bright side. For the first time in human history, technology might be able to create the corporations we really want, for us.
Moderator: Claudia Tattanelli, Chairman Strategic Board, Universum Global
- Ms. Catalina Schveninger, Global Head of Learning, Vodafone Group
- Mr. Dan Black, Global Recruiting Leader, EY
- Ms. Faye Woodhead
Director, Human Resources, Deutsche Bank
The Most Influential Voices
Future Talent Summit is designed to offer amplified value by combining top level strategic insights from world-leading experts – and peer-to-peer learning and development. Time and focus invested is expected to result in actionable strategic documents, policy frameworks, tangible insights and a valuable network. During our strategic sessions panelists put technologies, theories and data sets to work while continuously encouraging your input.
All persons and titles listed are subject to change.
Vice President, Compensation, Benefits, & HR Business Development, IBM
Frank J. Dooley
Senior Vice Provost for
Teaching & Learning at Purdue University
Vice President, Human Resources, Chief Talent Officer
Director, Office of Career
Strategy at Yale University. Associate Dean of Yale College
Finance Minister of Sweden,
Senior Vice President,
Human Resources at Tetra Pak Group
Associate Dean of UG Programmes and Education Quality at Imperial College Business School
Charles-Henri Besseyre des Horts
President, AGRH. Professor Emeritus, HEC Paris
Founding Chair, Calhoun Honors Discovery Program and Center for Higher Education Innovation, Virginia Tech
Sarah Green Carmichael
Managing Editor, Ideas at Barron’s
Ania G. Wieckowski
Executive Editor, Harvard Business Review
President and vice-chancellor, University of Waterloo
U.S. futurologist, best-selling author and founder of Wired Magazine
CHRO of Netflix 1998-2012. Author
President, The Japan HR Society
Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Portugal
Join the Global Talent Leadership
Future Talent Summit is the foremost global gathering of corporate, educational and government leaders dedicated to improve the human talent opportunity and capability. It’s an invitation-only, limited seating event.
Time and focus invested is expected to result in actionable strategic documents, policy frameworks, tangible insights and a valuable network. Participants are subjected to an application process aimed to guarantee a relevant, interesting and influential conference environment.
Hilton Bankside is the recommended accommodation for Future Talent Summit. To receive preferred Future Talent Summit hotel rate, make your reservation using this link. Hotel is not included with your registration.
C-suite professionals engaged in industry-changing peer learning
Hours of presentations, strategic sessions and networking
Employees represented by CEO, CHRO or Chairman
Tate Modern, London, U.K. June 18-19, 2019
Future Talent Summit is an invitation-only, limited seating event. Participants are subjected to an application process
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