Accelerating technology, accelerating business
The megatrend of all megatrends is here.
Accelerating technology change is set to affect everything about business; from the skills we need in the workforce, to the way we operate our businesses, the way we compete in the market, the way we engage with our customers and their rapidly changing expectations, and even the professions we choose as careers.
Adapting to increasingly digital market environments and taking advantage of digital technologies to improve business operations and improve customer value should be important goals for nearly every contemporary business. The likely rate of change in business, and the expected scale of change, means we will need to adapt our businesses and careers rapidly, if we want to thrive in the increasingly digital future.
Recognising the importance of learning to meet these challenges, Recalibrate and Think Beyond are proud to bring you the Future of Learning conference and event series. The conference is here in Christchurch on the 9th of July, at the Haeata Community Campus.
This is the most important event you need to attend in 2018 – if you want your organisation to continue to thrive in the digital environment.
I’m assuming we all want that, right?
The trend of accelerating technology driven change is one which we all need to be aware of and preparing for – if we want to survive in the new digital business environment. We need to understand the challenges and opportunities these changes will bring, move to mitigate the risks to our business viability, and learn how to apply the emerging learning technology to help our businesses and staff to adapt.
The Future of Learning conference will help you to understand these topics, and give you insight into the technologies which will help you to adapt successfully.
Professionals are going to be fundamentally affected as complex business processes are automated – the nature of the work we do will be profoundly affected. Business owners, managers and learning and development professionals must make sure they stay ahead of the wave.
The Future of Learning event is also a chance for cross sector and cross generational idea pollination and collaboration – we need to work together to navigate our way to the future. We have purposefully designed the event to ignite a community of action and ensure New Zealand is well positioned for the future.
Now is not the time for complacency.
Don’t let your company be the proverbial frog in the slowly heating pot; if you don’t learn to digitise your business, you’re unlikely to survive.