How Analytics can Enhance the Future of Work

How Analytics can Enhance the Future of Work

What:

Join InterWorks' own Robert Curtis

When:

Wednesday February 23rd, 2:30pm (AEDT)

Where:

Virtual Event

As organisations continue to emerge from a significant reset in how employees engage and operate, the future of work has become an integral component of overall digital transformation strategies, informed by data and powered by analytics.

Whether motivated by talent acquisition, development or retention – in addition to culture, productivity and well-being – businesses are building digital plans with employee experience at the heart, shaped by an avalanche of user information.

Going forward, competitive advantage will be gained from data-driven experiences and strategies – transitioning away from traditional work models in favour of agility, scalability and resilience. Achieving such objectives requires the creation of a reimagined workplace underpinned by data and analytics, designed to enable new skills and strategies to flourish.

This CIO Data Download Series – in association with Tableau – will document how CIOs can maximise analytics to enhance the Future of Work, detailing the employee and business benefits of rolling out a data-driven approach to transformation.

Key discussion points include:

  • Assessing new-look business priorities specific to the Future of Work
  • Detailing the organisational benefits of creating data-driven employee experiences
  • Highlighting market-leading analytics strategies to transform the Future of Work

Who Should Attend?

IT Decision Makers, Influencers, Managers + from end user organisations

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