08/07/2022 12:00 am
Las Vegas

The Power of Global Teams

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Maximizing the power of global teams

While the US labor market has 11.3 million jobs available in 2022 with no takers, there is a shortfall of 10,000 people in cybersecurity alone in the UK in a year. In April 2022, Boris Johnson underscored that “Indian tech talent could plug the labor shortage in the UK.” EMEA and SEA will also see similar challenges and opportunities.

Considering this, the power of building a global team has never been stronger. Companies can no longer ignore the benefits of access to an unrestricted pool of talent, increased productivity, reduced employee attrition, lower operational costs, and improved global scalability and expansion.

  • What is temporary and transformative in the post-pandemic talent market?
  • How are CIOs/CTOs/technology leaders building resilient, scalable, and future-proof enterprises?
  • What role do global teams (or global capability centers) play in making organizational ecosystems more innovative and collaborative?

Join leaders interested in discussing how leaders are building global teams to support complete technology and business functions that not only own and build platforms and products but can also grow at scale.

Job titles may include Business Head, CIO, CTO, CHRO, and other decision-makers in Technology and HR.

  • 8:25 AM: Guests to check-in online
  • 8:30 AM: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions
  • 8:35 AM: Introduction of participants
  • 8:40 AM: Short introduction by ANSR
  • 8:45 AM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
  • 9:25 AM: Discussion closed by moderator and summary by ANSR
  • 9:30 AM: End of session

Hosted by ANSR

Event Details
Date and time08/07/2022 12:00 am
VenueLas Vegas

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