How Not to Get Replaced by a Robot: Navigating changes in technology in your career
Wondering what your career will look like in the future?
Whether you’re already pivoting your career skills to respond to today’s rapidly changing technological environment or are simply curious what the future might hold, join alumni for an engaging and enlightening discussion on the future of work by keynote speaker Elatia Abate.
Elatia Abate (AB '99, MBA '08) is a true visionary and pioneer, having devoted her life to living on the edge of the future of work and creating solutions to global challenges at the intersection of the future of work, education, and information.
She currently serves as Futurist in Residence for FESA Group, a human capital solutions firm based out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. In her work, she partners with companies that range in size from early-stage start-ups to Fortune 500 organizations to guide them with the strategies that will empower them as technology’s disruption continues to accelerate.
She ran global recruiting for both Dow Jones & Company and Anheuser-Busch InBev, and was a member of the founding teams of innovation labs at both companies, so she has a unique understanding of the challenges of introducing fast-paced strategies into traditional structures. She is a proponent of design thinking, improv comedy, and challenging assumptions. She has her MBA and BA from The University of Chicago.
Below is a link to a tedx of hers on the future of work
Cost: $10 per person; food and refreshments will be provided.
Walk-ins will NOT be admitted.
Thursday, 04/4/19 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm | iCal
11 Madison Ave Fourth Floor Situation Room
New York, NY USA
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Look Who's Coming:
Kimberly Drelich AB '07