The 2022 Workforce Talent Strategy: Hacking the Model of Work
This webinar is hosted by Governing
The nature of work changes all the time. Fax machines give way to email. Top-down edicts fall out of favor; collaborative teams take the stage. New technology makes it easier to work from home. Automation replaces menial data entry and frees employees to focus on strategic initiatives.
But nothing in modern history has impacted the nature of work more than COVID-19. The disruptions of the pandemic uprooted everything we thought we knew about the nature of work. What does a workplace look like? Do we even need an office? What does a workday look like? How can you collaborate as a team if you never meet face to face?
These disruptions have presented incredible challenges. But they also represent tremendous opportunities for state and local governments.
In this virtual conversation on May 20, part of our ongoing series on developing a talent strategy for 2022, we’ll explore the macro trends – including the pandemic, workflow automation, data analytics and more – that are redefining the definition of work.
We’ll explore how agencies are using creative models to tap into shared resources, contractors, managed services, automation and more to help adjust their workforce models to the new normal and fill a growing skillset gap.