Digital Transformation and the Future of Work
Join us on November 17 for the first event in the Agility 2.0 series.
Human capital leaders and corporate executives are struggling to wield the full potential of digital technologies to help attract and retain skilled talent, rethink different types of employment relationships, and create diverse workplaces. This workshop discusses how companies can build digital platforms for global workforces to tap into multiple sources of qualified and underutilized workers. Arthur Langer, Professor of Professional Practice and Director of the Technology Management program, will lead a discussion on digital transformation and the future of work.
For questions about this event, please contact techmanagement [[at]] sps [[dot]] columbia [[dot]] edu.
About Agility 2.0: Digital Technology, Data, People, and Relationships
Are you agile? “Agility” describes the difficult-to-achieve state where employees can confidently realize objectives and goals amid rapidly changing circumstances. Throughout the academic year, Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies convenes experts from industry, academia, and the public sector to discuss “Agility 2.0: Digital Technology, Data, People, and Relationships,” a five-part series that addresses how organizations can leverage their expertise alongside evolving tools and unforeseen events to successfully navigate our increasingly complex world.
JANUARY | Leadership and Learning Agility: Missions for Climate, Childhood, and Social Change
Featuring Faculty and Guest Speakers from the M.S. in Information and Knowledge Strategy Program
MARCH | Is an Agile Culture Even Possible?
Featuring Faculty and Guest Speakers from the M.S. in Human Capital Management Program
MAY | Transforming Professional Relationships
Featuring Faculty and Guest Speakers from the M.S. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program
JUNE | Focusing with Multiple Lenses
Featuring Faculty and Guest Speakers from the M.S. in Human Capital Management Program, M.S. in Information and Knowledge Strategy Program, M.S. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program, and M.S. in Technology Management Program
For questions regarding the series or accessing any of the sessions, please contact sps-events [[at]] columbia [[dot]] edu.
For additional information about program offerings at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, please contact an Admissions Counselor at 212-854-9666 or inquire [[at]] sps [[dot]] columbia [[dot]] edu.
Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Please notify us at least 10 days in advance if you require closed captioning, sign-language interpretation or any other disability accommodations. Alternatively, Disability Services can be reached at 212.854.2388 and disability [[at]] columbia [[dot]] edu.