IDC Future of Work: Talent Sourcing Scenarios in a Tech-Driven Economy
Emerging technologies are rapidly crafting a new scenario for the Future of WorkCulture, where companies across all industries will turn to online communities and platforms to acquire skills and temporary staff. They will move beyond traditional talent sourcing models towards a fast, virtual, borderless, and task-oriented job market.
This IDC’s Future of Work Research webcast sees European analysts give an overview of how technologies enable new talent sourcing scenarios across organizations, for example, leveraging sourcing and selection platforms, talent marketplace, and problem-solving crowdsourcing platforms.
Some of the key points to be discussed in this webcast will be:
1.What are the emerging ecosystem platforms for talent sourcing and what impact will they have on the future of WorkCulture?
2.How are organizations evolving their talent sourcing strategies? What are the consequences of renting knowledge from external talent pools rather than expertise living in the company?
3.Which organizational industries and units will adopt new talent sourcing models first?
RecordedJun 27 201840 mins
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Innovation Accelerators such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Augmented & Virtual Reality and other emerging technologies are drawing unique opportunities and challenges across European vertical markets, with multiple digital use cases unlocking new technology scenarios for companies.
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Andrea Sangalli, Research Director and Ornella Urso, Research Analyst, IDC Retail Insights
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Gerry Brown, Customer Experience Research Director, IDC Europe
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The European vertical market digital scenario is more vibrant than ever, – with some industries that are on the edge of technological change, and others that are rapidly catching-up and showing interesting pockets of growth.
In this IDC Web Conference Angela Vacca and Giulia Carosella from the IDC Customer Insights and Analysis team will discuss how European industries, such as transportation, finance, public sector and others, are ripe for the 2019 digital evolution, answering questions such as:
•What are the key vertical trends that are driving IT spending in Europe?
•How to spot technology hypergrowth pockets?
•What is the digital disruption ‘butterfly effect’, and how will it affect European industries?
Our webinar will help you improve your vertical go-to-market strategy and tactical planning, – highlighting what is under the spotlight for European industries, learning about real-life examples, and charting out a successful vertical digital roadmap for 2019.
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•What will be the main differences, across European countries and retail segments, in terms of business priorities and investment plans?
•What drives innovation and digital transformation in the European retail industry?
•What will happen in the adoption of the retail commerce platform in Europe, compared to the global peers?
•How do retailers plan to differentiate customer experience personalization?
•How are retailer organizations using innovation accelerators i.e. IoT, Artificial Intelligence, 3D, Robotics, VR/AR, and Blockchain?
After years of customers evaluating the case for IoT, the market is now entering a critical phase with European IoT spending expected to reach $159 billion in 2019.
We are experiencing a dichotomy scenario across European IoT adopters: while we are starting to see a few advanced IoT users leveraging IoT technologies in full swing, there are still a large portion of users struggling to prove and replicate initial pilots and proof of concepts.
Join us for this complimentary webcast to better understand the pulse of the European IoT community, hear about interesting European successful case stories and discover those trends and topics, such as Edge Computing and Artificial Intelligence, that will characterize the IoT landscape evolution in 2019.
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Join us for this complimentary webcast to understand what telcos in Europe will face in 2019 and how they should respond.
CIOs and IT organizations across Europe are challenged to support business units with modernization initiatives as they respond to persistent challenges and opportunities in the digital era.
The ability to accelerate transformation of application estates will be one of the most critical business objectives for organizations in the next half decade. Enterprises failing to transform digital/application creation ability in that timeframe risk closure.
While change is hard, enterprises in Europe realize that futureproofing application development and deployment capabilities demands willpower, strategic investment and cultural adjustments.
The next phase of enterprise transformation requires organizations to modernize existing applications without undermining current functionality while building new applications that are cloud native. As part of this process, companies must adopt modern development and deployment practices that accelerate application delivery, address the challenges of talent shortage and developer re-skilling, and understand the rising role and options for AI.
This IDC webcast will discuss:
•IDC’s predictions for the DevOps, Developer and the Cloud Platform market in Europe and detail about how quickly critical industry changes will take root.
•Valuable insights and learnings from the IDC European DevOps, Developer and Cloud Platform Survey
•Essential guidance for European enterprises in accelerating application delivery and therein the pace of digital innovation
Digital transformation is a key strategy for every company of size across Europe, as organizations look to remain relevant and competitive in the age of digital business. IDC finds that AI is a key enabler of that transformation, allowing businesses to reimagine processes, services and value propositions to customers. Yet while the focus on customers is as strong as ever but as experience matures, European companies are increasingly looking to AI to drive internal process improvement as well as improve customer experience.
In this IDC Web Conference, Neil Ward-Dutton, VP of AI and DX European Research Practices, and Andrea Minonne, Research Analyst for IDC's Customer Insight & Analysis team, will discuss the transformative power of AI for European companies, drawing on IDC's qualitative and quantitative research and examples to discuss what are the top drivers and barriers, which are the key use cases, technology and industry adoptions trends across Europe.
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IDC’s predictions web conferences provide the vision and insight needed to navigate the rapidly changing landscape. We will draw on IDC’s industry-defining research as a foundation of our outlook and guidance to business and technology leaders in Canada.
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The rapidly approaching deadline in the European Union's Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) for drug serialization and traceability is currently the top concern of life science companies supplying pharmaceutical products to European markets.
European life sciences companies need to act immediately, and invest in serialization and information management solutions to avoid delays in compliance and the related penalties. However, they can (and should) take a more proactive approach to compliance-triggered digital investments, and capitalize on this opportunity to upgrade their digital systems and operations and derive longer-term business value for their supply chains.
In this webinar, an IDC Health Insights analyst will discuss the imperatives for digital transformation in European supply chains and the broader potential of the 3rd platform and innovation accelerator technologies to help life science companies achieve "smart compliance," and turn their supply chains into a source of competitive advantage through the adoption of IDC's STAR(S)2 approach.
About the Speaker:
Nino Giguashvili is Senior Research Analyst for IDC Health Insights Europe. Her core research covers ICT developments in the healthcare and life science industries of the region, analyzing key technology and business issues facing healthcare and public health organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and their ICT vendors, and offering in-depth insights into the primary factors shaping the industry in the region. She advises industry organizations and ICT vendors on planning and implementing effective digital health transformation initiatives to drive business innovation.
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