On 3 November 2017, Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance held a panel discussion with an invited audience of mainly HR and L&D professionals to discuss how Brexit uncertainty is affecting business and jobs. The meeting discussed what has changed since a similar event held exactly a year earlier.
Video summary of a thought-leadership panel discussion held at the Financial Times on 6 July 2017 exploring the issues around regaining the confidence and trust of staff.
The millennial generation, which has come of age in the digital era, is now entering the workforce in ever larger numbers. This is complicating the job of human resource managers, many of whom are generation X or baby boomers. It’s also bringing opportunities. An FT| IE Corporate Learning Alliance panel of experts and leading Spanish companies discussed the implications for HR managers.
When news of data security breaches hit the headlines the stories are usually about determined individuals or groups hacking high-profile organisations for notoriety or financial gain — inflicting physical damage, stealing intellectual property and lodging political protests. Yet a 2016 cybersecurity intelligence study found that almost two-thirds of attacks were carried out by insiders.
FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance Foresight Series event report. Debating the potential impact of Brexit on the talent management sector: a thought-leadership panel discussion with an invited audience, hosted by Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance. Held at the Financial Times, London, 4 November 2016.
The post-Brexit referendum period is one of ambiguity rather than change but that is no excuse for HR inaction. Instead, talent managers need a strong and positive voice at the company’s top table. These were some of the conclusions of members of an expert panel* in discussion with an invited audience of senior HR and talent managers, hosted at the Financial Times in London on 4 November 2016 by FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance.