Future of HR and the role of the business schools in delivering on it
Future of HR is filled with terms like disruptions, digital revolution, automation, artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, and the like. In fact, the term “future of work” permanently entered the HR vocabulary to capture the uncertainty and ambiguity surrounding changes in work, the workforce, and the workplace that must take place to close the gaps between technological advancements and employees’ current skills. Within organizations, leaders are preoccupied with business transformations and demand support from HR in making those transformations happen.
As HR professionals, are we ready for this future? Do business schools in our region deliver the HR competencies needed to succeed in that future? What is missing and what still needs to be done?
I have invited three inspirational HR leaders to reflect on the Future of HR and discuss the above questions:
Kerstin Knapp, Executive Vice-President, People & Culture, Vestas https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerstinknapp/
Ulf Hahnemann, CHRO at A.P.Møller-Mærsk https://www.linkedin.com/in/ulfhahnemann/
Dorothee Gnaedinger, Partner and CEO Mercer Denmark https://www.linkedin.com/in/dorotheegnaedinger/
Would you like to join this inspiring conversation? Please register in order to receive the link. The link will be shared on the day of the event.
Date: January 27, 2020; 14.00 – 15.00 CET
Please note that the webinar will be recorded.
Organizer: Dana Minbaeva, Professor in Strategic and Global HRM, Copenhagen Business School. Contact: email@example.com