Augmented Humans and the Future of the Workplace
ARE YOUR HUMANS READY TO WORK WITH ROBOTS?
A Shift has started in how people think about work, technology, and their future.
The conversation about the future of work has transitioned, and in this dynamic business environment, “business as usual” won’t cut it anymore.
Now, more than ever, we need to understand the changes to culture, technology, and people that are driving the new models of work in the Augmented Human Age.
January 29, 2019
8:30–9:15 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
9:15–10:45 a.m. Seminar
PSA Learning Center
11311 McCormick Rd, 5th floor
Hunt Valley, MD 21031
C-Level & HR Professionals
Tim Kulp, from Mind Over Machines, will discuss the major social, cultural, and technological shifts in the workplace and how you can be a steward of change, rather than someone disrupted by it.
- Dig into the 3 big technologies impacting business right now.
- Understanding the new role or work, life, and technology today.
- How cybersecurity is becoming a cultural issue rather than just a technology issue.
- New thinking about how to keep up with ever-changing technology.
- Why you should not rush to replace your employees with machines.
Mind Over Machines specializes in tailoring enterprise software, modernizing legacy applications, and leveraging emerging technologies to deliver smart solutions for meaningful client benefit. For over three decades, the company has helped hundreds of clients capture new revenue, grow competitive advantage, and cause a greater impact in the community that they serve.
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