Episode 3: Build data capabilities and culture to power through the pandemic
Just having data isn't enough anymore. In your organisation, all people need to be capable of working with data and creating actionable insights to drive data-driven decisions. Starting with data led leaderships we will explore how this can be filtered down throughout your business.
In this session we will be looking at what organisations can do to ensure they become a data-led organisation.
Speakers - James Eiloart (Tableau), Mayuri Sriparam (Estee Lauder) and Mark Creighton (Avado)
Date - Wednesday 1st July at 1pm
Episode 4: What are the game changing-strategies in a post-covid world?
Covid-19 presented big challenges for people and businesses around the globe, but what we did to overcome these challenges are important lessons for the future success of our businesses.
In this discussion we will be looking at how leaders and employees can reflect on lessons learned through the pandemic and use them in the long term for a sustainable future.
Speakers - Kirsty Lynagh (Nucleus) + more
Date - Wednesday 15th July at 1pm
Episode 5: Has Coronavirus killed traditional modes of learning?
Learning is ever-more critical to business' success now and in the future. People are living and working longer; a sharp increase in the number of career changes highlights that re-skilling is a very real opportunity for businesses.
We will be looking at how investing even further in learning will be a significant competitive advantage both in terms of talent management and the markets in which they operate.
Speakers - Professor Lynda Gratton, LeeAnn Reninger (LifeLabs Learning) and Laura Pettitt (LEGO Group)
Date - 29th July at 1pm
Catch up: Building digital capabilities for short and long term success
In this session, with our guest speakers we explored how organisations can embed a digital mindset amongst their people. As well as how organisations can capitalise on digital capabilities for short and long term success.Catch up now