Working in the Digital Era
Four keys to improve your digital identity
The future of work is here.
Reality gets amplified through social media. Technology allows for transparency and openness. Changes are accelerated. New ecosystems appear. Old services and devices reappear. The workforce is more diverse. Women are more and more prepared and present in the workplace. And robotization is changing the playfield in which works develops.
All these trends are affecting our societies and the way we work and how we manage our career path. We need to be ready to develop our people accordingly and make career decisions that lead to successful outcomes. Digital identity is one of the keys to being ready for what the future brings, and this requires long-term strategy.
In this session, participants will be able to consider these issues and put together plans for their own career development.
Mireia Las Heras is Associate Professor at IESE, where she serves as the Research Director of the International Center for Work and Family. She obtained her degree in Industrial Engineering specializing in Industrial Organization at the Polytechnic School of Catalonia in Barcelona, and holds an MBA from IESE and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Boston University.
In 2009 she co-edited A Practical Guide for Implementing Effective Work Family Policies Across Countries, and has published several articles on work-family integration, career development, and leadership. She is currently involved in an international project on career management in addition to other projects that focus on career management, the dynamism of career success, and its interplay with work and family integration. She is an active consultant and coach in the area of work-family balance and career development at NCH & Partners.