Webinar: Digital Workplace Hype Cycle: Explore the Future of Work

11 February 2019
EST: 10:00 a.m. | PDT: 7:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00

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Discussion Topics:

  • Identify the most influential technology trends impacting your workforce
  • Understand the interplay between emerging roles, technology and talent dynamics
  • See how the elements of a “new work nucleus” are evolving

The Gartner Digital Workplace Hype Cycle features a unique blend of emerging applications, technologies, roles and governing concepts that will substantially impact the future of work. Looking out 10 years, the Hype Cycle aggregates HR-centric innovation profiles (such as worker engagement platforms), operational elements (peer-to-peer IT support) and physical workspaces (smart workspace), along with a host of profiles that cover AI, analytics and collaboration tools. In this complimentary webinar, Gartner expert Matt Cain looks at how this Hype Cycle applies to important governing ideas, such as design thinking and digital ethics, as well as critical employee competencies, work mechanisms and emerging roles. Discover how to use this Hype Cycle as a way to investigate, plan and execute the future of work.

Hosted by:
Matthew Cain
Distinguished VP Analyst

Attending this webinar

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