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The Future of the Workplace


“In terms of our employed workforce, what we’re saying to them is we don’t think a single one of us will be doing the same job, in the same way, in 5 years’ time,” commented Alisdair Cameron, Chief Finance & Operations Officer of the Post Office, during last year’s CFO Retreat.

In this article we look at the ways that new technology is going to disrupt the way we work. 

 

Some of the key points include:

- How should companies approach re-skilling their workforce in preparation for technological change?

- How can companies use technology to better understand their customers?

- How can technology be used to empower decision making across an organisation?

- Will the finance function continue to exist as a distinct entity in the long term, as technology continues to advance?


Featuring commentary from: 


Alisdair Cameron, Chief Finance & Operations Officer, Post Office

Diana Breeze, Group HR Director, Landsec,

Steven Cooper, CEO, Barclaycard Business Solutions

Vineet Khurana, CFO, UK and Ireland, IBM

Charlie Wagstaff, Managing Director, Criticaleye







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Emma Riddell
Senior Editor
Criticaleye

Related Experts

Diana Breeze
Group HR Director
Landsec
Alisdair Cameron
Chief Finance & Operations Officer
Post Office
Steven Cooper
CEO, Barclaycard Business Solutions
Barclaycard Business Solutions
Vineet Khurana
CFO, UK and Ireland
IBM
Charlie Wagstaff
Managing Director
Criticaleye
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