“For us as technologists, this period represents an inflection point to plan our next normal. How will we balance the need for enhanced collaboration, new cybersecurity threats and employee well being as we create the future of work in real time?” says Seth.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 30, 2020
The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA®), a not-for-profit organization that provides financial technology and business professionals a forum to learn from and connect with each other, will host a virtual panel discussion on “Global Talent: What Your Workplace & Workforce of the Future Will Look Like” on November 10, 2020. Panelists include representatives from financial services, Premier Panel Sponsor: GitLab, and Panel Sponsors: NTT DATA, Nutanix, and Protiviti. Seth Fox, Global Head of Workplace Services, S&P Global, will moderate the discussion. For more information, please visit: https://www.wsta.org/events/event/workplace-workforce-future/
“Like many companies, S&P Global has witnessed a shift to nearly complete virtual work over the past eight months as we’ve adapted to new and evolving work scenarios,” Seth says. “For us as technologists, this period represents an inflection point to plan our next normal. How will we balance the need for enhanced collaboration, new cybersecurity threats and employee well being as we create the future of work in real time?”
Panel Discussion Overview
The one constant in today’s world is change. But technology isn’t the only thing that’s changing. The makeup, perspectives, and locations of employees are all changing—and technologists need to adopt their strategies and approaches to take into consideration that change.
During this panel, experts will share advice, wisdom, and best practices on the evolving workplace and workforce of the future, including insights on the impacts of:
- Proliferation of devices and services
- Humans and RPA (robots) coexisting; integration into service offerings
- Next-generation workforce: Employees across the generations (Gen Z to Millennials to Gen X to Baby Boomers)
- The “heirloom employee” (no, not big, fat, and red! Employees with legacy skills and outlooks).
•Talent and talent acquisition; employee retention strategies
- Cultural evolution in the workplace – digital workspace, WFH arrangements, video, new tools, agile, etc.
- Emerging collaboration paradigms (chat, video, etc.)
- Collaboration at scale: handling collaboration in large companies
- Data privacy across geographic boundaries
- Effective application delivery globally
- The evolving regulatory landscape for collaboration
- Partnering with Fintech and emerging tech partners for solutions
- Ensuring/enabling resiliency in a global enterprise
About the Wall Street Technology Association
The WSTA facilitates virtual and in-person educational and networking events where members meet and exchange ideas and best practices that assist them in effectively capitalizing on technology advances in areas such as Cybersecurity, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Data Management, Cloud, Blockchain, Digital, Architecture, Infrastructure, etc. and dealing with financial industry business challenges. Founded in 1967, the WSTA is a not-for-profit association with a long history of evolving to meet the needs of its members.