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Virtual Event: Road to Recovery Webinar - Future of Work Post Covid-19

July 8, 2020 at 1 p.m. CDT

Speaker: Thomas Boué, Director General, EMEA Policy, BSA | The Software Alliance

COVID-19 has had a far-reaching impact on our work practices and indeed the type of work we do. BSA’s Thomas Boué joins a panel of international industry leaders on workforce management to shed a light on the future of work and present BSA’s Response and Recovery Agenda. Chaired by Emma Jacobs, Work Editor at the Financial Times, the discussion focuses on the following questions:

  • How has this crisis changed the type of work we do and the way we work?
  • What skills and aptitudes have we had to develop in the last three months and will future workforces and those now returning to work need to keep them?
  • Is it too early to write the office’s obituary?
  • Was Covid-19 the catalyst that will realize true business transformation?
  • How do we drive cultural acceptance of new technologies and working practices to deliver true business transformation?
  • What can political and corporate leaders do to accelerate reform after this crisis?

Featured Speakers:

  • Sunil Prashara, CEO, Project Management Institute
  • Melanie Christopher, Head of People, Culture and Change, Capita
  • Carlos Frischmuth, Managing Director at Hays & Chairman German Contracting Federation
  • Thomas Boué, Director General of Policy EMEA, BSA | The Software Alliance
  • Emma Jacobs, Work and Careers Columnist, Financial Times
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