From September 3-5, I will be speaking at the Office 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, at the St. Regis Hotel. My session is from 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM and its called “Entering & Leaving the Workforce.” I am speaking on a panel with John P. Vasellina (Genentech), and Dorianne Cotter-Lockard (ex-CIO), and the panel is moderated by Nick Vitalari (nGenera).
Content: Disruptive ripples are already flowing through large and small enterprises as Boomers are setting their sights on retirement, and an influx of digital natives pre-wired to web work are moving in to replace them. How can companies retain the tacit knowledge that has ensured operational success among its aging and soon departing talent base? How can companies appeal to the demands of free-thinking, free-sharing GenYs without risking corporate exposure? nGenera has extensive research on the changing workforce. A panel representing these different demographics will discuss the trends, challenges, and new opportunities for companies embracing the generational shifts in their future.
If you are going to the conference, make sure to stop by my session!
UPDATE: If you would like to schedule any meetings with me, or want to get in touch, please email my Office 2.0 email address. Thanks! Also, if you are going to be Qikking, or using Qik at Office 2.0, please join the Qik Office 2.0 Conference Group!