United States

Evolution of IT: The IT Workforce of the Future

Tuesday January 14, 2014 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
From Advisory Institute

From the Advisory Institute


Event Overview:
From The Evolution of IT webcast series: Panel discussions with CIOs and other IT executives When it comes to IT, companies must figure out how to build a cohesive ecosystem that empowers employees to collaborate versus compete. They must find a way to leverage IT personnel's trend toward "portfolio careers" to their companies' advantage. And, perhaps most importantly, companies must figure out how to design a high-performing IT workforce rather than simply hiring high-performing IT individuals. Ensuring that you will be prepared for the IT workforce of tomorrow requires action today. Take a step back during this webcast to gain a deep understanding of the unique nuances of the changing IT. Then develop your proactive workforce strategy in order to attract and retain top talent. Key issues for discussion: The key roles required in IT today…and in 3-5 years, Strategies for managing turnover and workforce transition, Company attributes that help attract and retain top IT talent, What a typical IT career life cycle looks like today and predictions for tomorrow, How IT workforce development is being forced to evolve This webcast panel features KPMG's Matt Bishop moderating a discussion with senior IT leadership from companies that are paving the way when it comes to IT talent management: Brad Bodell -- Senior Vice President and CIO, CNO Financial Deidre Meacham -- Vice President, Service and Technology Relationship Management, The Walt Disney Company Brian O'Connell -- Regional Director, Technology Services Americas, RBS Citizens Cathy Southwick-- VP, IT Operations, AT&T Services Attendees who participate for the duration of the live one-hour webcast will be eligible to receive one CPE credit. The views and opinions expressed on this webcast are those of the panelists and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of KPMG International or its member firms or the panelists' respective employers.