GS03 Learning and the Future of Work
11:15 AM - 12:45 AM Thursday, March 29
Technology isn’t only shaping how we learn; it’s also shaping how we live and work. And the changes are just getting started. Artificial intelligence, robotics, virtual and augmented reality, drones, and other technologies are increasingly making certain job functions obsolete. Behaviors and attitudes are changing what we want to do for work, and how we want to learn to do our jobs. In this thought-provoking closing keynote, Nancy Giordano will examine how technology is changing the nature of work, how companies will need to adapt for this future, and what this means for learning and development professionals. You will explore both the advancing technologies and the critical shifts that organizations (and the training departments that support them) must confront to stay relevant in the future.
Strategic Futurist and Corporate Strategist
Nancy Giordano is a strategic futurist and corporate strategist who helps enterprise organizations and leaders meet the escalating expectations ahead. With her deep knowledge of the drivers shaping the future, she illuminates the ideas and strategies required for leaders to actively architect their future. Ms. Giordano has spent nine years as founder/CEO of Play Big, a strategic inspiration company, and has been described as one of the world’s top female futurists. Her extensive client list includes Safeway, Nestlé, Sprint, and many other Fortune 500 companies. Currently, she is collaborating on a project to bring a game-changing artificial intelligence platform to the world. She also leads a team to produce one of the globe’s largest TEDx Youth events, hosting over 1,000 attendees annually. Ms. Giordano and her team share bold ideas at CulturalAcupuncture.com, a regular feature of The Huffington Post.