Host: Burt Rea, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
The much-anticipated boost in productivity that Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies such as AI, cloud, and automation were supposed to bring are showing signs of arrival. How can organizations and their HR executives better position themselves to capitalize on this moment? We’ll discuss:
- Understanding and identifying productivity opportunities.
- How organizations should be re-architecting their work to optimize human potential.
- How to think about work as a series of flows, rather than processes, and in service of outcomes, not just outputs.
Participants will gain new insights into productivity drivers and learn ways to re-architect how work is performed by tapping into human and technology capabilities to achieve new outcomes.
Meet the speakers
Burt leads Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital Research & Sensing product offering, a membership subscription product for organizations and HR professionals providing an online digital destination for leading HR research, maturity models, tools, templates, diagnostics, and advisory support, as well as Workforce Sensing, a daily feed of emerging micro-trends and talent disruptions crowdsourced for relevance and impact, sorted by industry sector and job roles. Burt brings extensive knowledge advising leadership teams on managing transition and change to implement new strategies, processes, structures, and systems. He has led projects in organization and role design, change management, virtual work, employee and leadership training, communications, and talent strategies for numerous global companies.
Steve is a principal with Deloitte Consulting and serves as the global leader for Future of Work for the firm. He has more than 20 years of experience advising global organizations on issues of strategy, innovation, organization, people, culture, and change. Hatfield has advised business leaders on a multitude of initiatives including activating strategy, defining a preferred future, addressing workforce trends, implementing agile and resilient operating models, and transforming culture oriented to growth, innovation, and agility. Hatfield has significant experience in bringing to life the ongoing trends impacting the future of work, workforce, and workplace. He is a regular speaker and author on the future of work and is currently on the Deloitte leadership team shaping the research and marketplace dialogue on future workforce and workplace trends and issues. He has a master’s in social change and development from Johns Hopkins and an MBA from Wharton, and is based in Boston.
David Mallon, a vice president with Deloitte Consulting LLP, is Chief Analyst for Bersin, Deloitte’s human capital research and sensing team. He is the team’s lead researcher, bringing data-driven insights to life for members, clients, and the HR vendor market. Part of Bersin since 2008 and Deloitte since 2013, Mallon is a sought-after thought leader and speaker on organization design, organizational culture, HR, talent, learning, and performance.
Erica Volini, a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP, is the Global Human Capital leader for Deloitte Consulting. Throughout her career, she has worked with some of the world’s leading organizations to link their business and human capital strategies. She is a frequent speaker on how market trends are shaping the future of work and the HR profession and is a recognized thought leader in the trends shaping the world of human capital today.