People are the defining asset and cost in your organisation. For enterprise-sized firms, optimising resources – from employee task assignment to strategic sales targeting – is essential for achieving operational excellence. But given, 40% of enterprise CEOs believe their organisation will no longer be economically viable in ten years’ time if they continue to operate on its current course, [PwC, 2023], there is still work to be done.
The challenge is, achieving operational excellence whilst navigating the complex interplay between evolving business needs and diverse employee capabilities is akin to conducting a symphony with numerous instruments, each playing its own tune. This struggle is pervasive, with a staggering 68% of organisations lacking a workforce planning strategy [PwC, 2023], leading to inefficiency, employee burnout, and poor performance.
Getting this right will enable organisations to thrive during turbulent times. Join us as we debate how enterprise firms can successfully align their workforce with ever-changing business demands.
Daniel Hulme is a globally recognised expert in AI and investor in Emerging Technologies. He’s the CEO of Satalia, an award-winning company that provides AI products and solutions for global companies such as Tesco and PwC. In addition, Daniel is the Chief AI Officer at WPP; helping define, identify, curate and promote AI capability and new opportunities for the benefit of the wider group and society. Daniel has over 20 years academic experience with AI. Having received a Masters and Doctorate in AI at UCL, he is now UCL’s Computer Science Entrepreneur-in-Residence. Specialising in the topics of AI, ethics, metaverse, emerging technology, innovation, decentralization and organisational design, Daniel is serial keynote speaker for the likes of Google and TEDx events – you can watch his latest TEDx talk on the impact of AI here.
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