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Global businesses operate in an increasingly borderless environment with workforces shifting from traditional long-term, expat assignments to short-term, mobile employees. Yet many companies lack a tax structure that supports compliance with local regulations. Participants will gain insights on what cooperative compliance is, how it can be used to address compliance requirements, and what it might mean for global businesses.
Organizations have become more team-centric, networked, and agile as business competitiveness increases and digital disruption continues. Now the C-suite needs to join in. Participants will learn how leading companies are reorganizing around a leadership model of teams leading teams, where the C-suite acts as a symphony rather than a collection of soloists.
As more workers take on alternative employment arrangements, a diverse workforce ecosystem is replacing the traditional employer-employee relationship. How can companies leverage the value and strengths of each workforce segment while creating a consistent, harmonious culture? Participants will explore ways that HR and business executives can unite to develop integrated workforce strategies and programs in preparation for the future of work.
Disruptive new digital technologies are requiring organizations’ mobility and talent functions to revamp their approach to workforce management and career models. How are companies creating more valuable end-to-end mobility experiences? Participants will gain insights on how to better leverage talent mobility by using technology, analytics, and employee data as strategic enablers of the business.
Learning undone: Enabling the future of work?
June 6, 2018
Global human capital trends 2018
May 9, 2018
Activating the digital organization: Essential steps forward
April 11, 2018
Navigating the future of work: A practical framework
January 17, 2018