CGI webinar series
The pressures faced by COVID-19 have compelled organizations to rapidly reimagine their business strategies, organizational structures, and ways of working. Organizations can expect to see significant, permanent changes in the way their employees and customers interact with, and utilize their services.
From November 2020 to May 2021, our expert Danielle Tasson, ran a webinar series where she explored the impacts of the pandemic on the Future of Work and shared perspectives, strategies, and tactics to support the reinvention of your business.
Below are the 4 recorded videos of this webinar series.
#1 Adapting to an accelerated workplace reality
In this video, Danielle explores the impacts of the pandemic on your employees and shares strategies to help you reinvent your workforce.
#2 Accelerating automation & working practices
In this video, Danielle discusses the impacts of the acceleration and adoption of artificial intelligence, automation tools and changed processes to support the new world of business operations and customer expectations.
#3 Shifting to modern technologies to support the digital workplace
In this video, Danielle discusses the digital workplace and strategies for enhancing legacy policies, collaboration tools and technology in order to enable rapid and effective working environments.
#4 Applying the future of work - a case study
In this video, Danielle shares an ongoing Canadian government client’s case study on their journey focusing on the Future of Work - transforming their work, workplace and work practices to modernize delivery.
Danielle Tasson - Director & Practice Lead, Strategic Transformation & Organization Design, CGI
Danielle is an experienced leader in organizational effectiveness consulting and Future of Work thought leader. She supports clients in their journey to create a digital workplace and strategies for enhancing legacy policies, collaboration tools and technology in order to enable rapid and effective working environments. For further information, please contact Danielle via the link below.