CCVO’s research on adaptive capacity in the nonprofit sector confirmed that technology is one of the four major trends impacting our workplaces. Up to 40% of jobs could be partially or fully automated today, and that number will surpass 60% in just ten years.
Attend this bonus HR in a Box workshop on June 6 to discuss the skills and competencies required to thrive in the era of artificial intelligence, with specific examples of how technological innovation will affect organizations, leaders, and employees in the years to come. Learn how we can redefine employment in an age of digital disruption, and consider what this shift means for the nonprofit sector.
About the Facilitator
Javier Lozano is a business transformation strategist focused on the intersection of the future of work and technology innovation. Javier’s value proposition is helping organizations across Canada, plan and develop their innovation strategy. Javier’s approach to innovation is centred on improving digital capabilities by helping organizations reuse capacity, redesign and redistribute technology, talent and skills across the organization. From business strategy alignment to organizational design, Javier’s goal is about empowering people to deliver sustainable performance for the new digital economy by making innovation the central issue of business growth, and the new “must have” capability of every organization.