By 2030, global business enterprises will have changed dramatically in how they operate, the services and products they offer, the talent they hire, and the customers they serve. While it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what these changes will be or the impact they will have on talent in terms of the need to adapt to the changing business climate, one thing is certain. There will be increased demand on employers,educators and policy makers to deliver the tools for success in an increasingly fast-paced and changing environment. These three influential groups must collaborate today to develop the talent necessary for continued financial success in the future.
“There will be increased demand on employers, educators and policy makers to deliver the tools for success.”
To facilitate discussion among this tripartite group, the Future Talent Council (FTC) seeks to collect insights from a diverse group of participants from across the globe. To date, FTC has interviewed almost 150 executives and thought leaders from leading organizations, universities and governments. These interviews, which focused on artificial intelligence and automation, learning, and leadership have been analyzed and summarized to identify what these leaders are seeing and anticipating in their organizations. The next step is to survey a larger group of individuals from across the globe to gain their input on these pressing issues.
“FTC has interviewed almost 150 executives and thought leaders from leading organizations, universities and governments.”
This survey is the first of a series of surveys to identify the changes that will impact employers, educators, governments and individuals. Our desire is to further our knowledge and to facilitate important conversations about what the data mean and how the global community can prepare. An executive summary of the survey results will be posted on this website and will form the basis of informed discussions during our summit in London in March of 2019. FTC Members will be invited to participate in the summit. For more information about this survey please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and someone from our research team will be in touch.