Abstract:Over the last two years we have witnessed major disruptions ranging from a global pandemic, major technological shifts, social protest, and geo-political tensions. The impact of these factors has fundamentally changed the competitive dynamics of many industries. Thus, leaders must not only ensure their organizations survive immediate challenges, but they must also consider how to best prepare their organizations for a future environment that will be very different than their past environment. Leaders must master becoming virtual leaders.NexInfo and the Oracle Applications Technology Users Group (OATUG) are delighted to welcome guest presenter, Dr. Ian Williamson of the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine, for our upcoming education session. Ian will discuss how to use technology to transition from surviving to thriving in the face of disruption, changing roles in leadership, and the new multi-faceted work environment.Learning Objectives:• How leaders should frame the use of technology and data to enhance their organization’s ability to transition from surviving to thriving in the face of disruption• How to revitalize the talent pipeline using technology• How talent influences all business organizations -beyond HR• Enhancing your ability to identify skill sets, lead your workforce and manage change• The new role of the "virtual leader" and how you can master this critical role
Main Presenter: Dean Ian O. Williamson
Ian O. Williamson is the Dean of the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine and a globally recognized expert in the area of human resource management.
Co-Presenter: @Melody Benabou NexInfo Solutions, Sales Manager
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