When: Thursday, September 10, 2020
Time: 2.00 – 3.30 PM CET
This virtual event is free of charge
As automation continues its rapid evolution, companies are experiencing a shift in the workforce skills they need to thrive and grow. This interactive session will survey participants on how they believe automation and new ways of working will impact their organizations in the next 10 years and beyond. We will look at how it will affect workforces, learning agendas, and training budgets. As a group we will explore approaches to identifying re-skilling needs and practical ways to close skills gaps.
Angelika Reich, Partner McKinsey & Company, Vienna
Angelika is a partner at McKinsey & Company in Vienna and the leader of McKinsey’s Organization Practice in Switzerland. She also leads McKinsey’s Future of Work initiative, advising clients across a range of sectors in particular Technology & Telecommunications and Advanced Industries. She focuses primarily on large-scale transformations and organization topics, in particular disruptive changes to the workforce in the context of digitalization and agile transformations.
Fabian Billing, Senior Partner, Düsseldorf
Fabian leads McKinsey’s Organization Practice across Europe. In this role, he helps clients to shape and execute not only reorganizations but also significant performance transformations, merger integrations, change programs, and more recently programs around enterprise agility. Fabian serves clients primarily in the telecommunications, media, and technology sectors, and more recently in the real estate and renewable energy sectors.
Vidya Krishnan, Chief Learning Officer, Global Head of Learning & Development, Ericsson
Vidya Krishnan is the Chief Learning Officer of Ericsson, leading Ericsson’s Global Learning and Development team as part of Ericsson’s Global People organization, and amplified by an incredible extended community of learning leaders across the company. Vidya and her team have responsibility for transforming capability creation for every one of Ericsson’s 95,000+ people in over 180 countries around the world. Ericsson is empowering an intelligent, sustainable, and connected world by enabling the full value of connectivity—and lifelong learning and leadership are vital to success.
Renato Dorrucci, Executive Director, Group Head of HR Development Policies and Learning Academy at Intesa Sanpaolo
Renato Dorrucci is Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s Head of Development Policies and Learning Academy. Prior to this, starting 2015, he was Head of Learning & Development and Management School and joined the bank in 2012 as Group Head of HR Planning and Development. He had previously worked at Mercer Italia, as EMEA Talent Management Segment Leader eventually becoming partner, and started his career in Hay Group Italy, as responsible for Team Executive Assessment & Leadership Development. Renato graduated in Philosophy from Scuola Normale, Pisa and has a Master in Human Resources Management, Organisation and Economics at LUISS Management School.