Impact of AI on our Future Workforce
Date: 14 November 2019
Location: London, United Kingdom
Boyden UK proudly hosted the Boyden Annual Assembly 2019 on Thursday, 14th November at the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET).
The theme this year was – Unintended Consequence, Impact of AI on our Future Workforce. We had the opportunity to listen to the very latest thinking on how AI will impact our organisations' human capital and how organisations are preparing for the impact on the future workforce.
We invited special guest speakers Michael Priddis, CEO of Faethm AI, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship of the London Business School, and Lucy Shoring, Global Head of Talent Mobility of MetLife.
Michael Priddis, CEO, Faethm AI
Faethm is an AI company with more data about the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Work than any company globally. One of the first companies globally to be invited to join the World Economic Forum - Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Michael has recently been invited to be an inaugural member of the WEF Global AI Council. Formerly a Partner and Managing Director of Boston Consulting Group’s Digital Ventures, Michael is also a member of the Science & Innovation Group of BHP.
Isabel Fernandez-Mateo, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship; Chair, PhD Programme, London Business School
Isabel is the Adecco Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Chair of the PhD Programme at London Business School. She is an expert on how relationships influence career outcomes – particularly in hiring, job transitions, and career advancement. She also studies gender diversity in the executive labour market. Professor Fernandez-Mateo teaches in various degree and executive programmes at London Business School, including an elective course on “Building your Career Strategy.” She also teaches People Analytics, where she examines the challenges and opportunities of a data driven approach to people-related issues in organisations.
Lucy Shoring, Global Head of Talent Mobility, MetLife
Lucy has spent 11 years at MetLife, from Head of HR to HR Director UK, through Director for EMEA Reward and is currently the MetLife Head of Global Talent Mobility. In this role, Lucy has responsibility with her global business colleagues and professional partnerships to develop the future shape of the workforce across the geographies and all lines of MetLife business. Lucy is working with AI, data modelling and other inputs with her team to inform them on the strategies and practical steps to assure the Talent and People mobility agenda for MetLife.