Preparing for Digital Disruption: Future-Proofing Yourself and Your Organization
In this world of volatility and complexity, it seems that the only certainty is the unstoppable advancement of technology. As people and organizations look to improve productivity, innovate their business models and processes, and differentiate their client and employee experiences, they need to be prepared to work in new and different ways. The challenge is that recent data reveals that Canada is falling behind the rest of the world in innovation, especially regarding new and disruptive technologies that promise to significantly impact every industry and organizations of all types and sizes.
In this 60-minute webinar, we will explore the concept of digital disruption and provide information about how to future-proof yourself and your organization to succeed in this new world.
Michelle Moore is senior director of leadership and business solutions for Global Knowledge Canada, Europe, Middle East and Africa. A learning and development professional with more than 25 years of experience helping organizations solve business problems related to people and process, Moore has extensive experience working with both HR and IT. Her current mission is to help organizations make the most of the digital opportunity.
Jalene Lumb, a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) with a Bachelor of Management degree from the University of Lethbridge, has worked with Global Knowledge for over 12 years, holding many roles within the company, from applications instructor to director of vendor management to senior project manager. These roles have enabled her to understand not only the different lines of businesses Global Knowledge offers, but also the intricate relationships between Global Knowledge and our valued partners. Lumb is also a member of Project Management Institute - Canada's Technology Triangle (PMI-CTT) chapter in Ontario and the Canadian Federation of University Women.
- What digital disruption is.
- What the building blocks for success for both people and organizations are.
- How you can use the new Canada Job Grant Program to develop the skills and knowledge required today and into the future.