A panel discussion hosted by FT | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance
The business world is experiencing radical demographic change in the workforce. Nowhere is this more striking than the emergence of multigenerational teams, as Gen Z embark on first jobs and baby boomers successfully adapt to evolving working cultures. HR leaders, like other senior executives, now need to rethink their assumptions about optimal team balance, experience, technology, career expectations and working culture.
How, for example, can companies inspire creativity and collaboration, build an inclusive and cohesive working environment, engender mutual respect and learning, and ensure that behaviour and values are aligned.
This session considered how companies and their HR leaders have approached these and other challenges as they redefine corporate culture for a workforce in flux.
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The panel, moderated by Michael Skapinker Contributing Editor and Columnist, Financial Times and Executive Editor, FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance consisted of the following experts:
- Leyla Boulton, Special Reports Editor and Executive Editor, Financial Times
- Lilah Raptopoulos, Community Editor, Financial Times
- Maria da Cunha, Director People & Legal, British Airways
- Anton Fishman, AI Educator, Business Adviser and Organisational Consultant, Fishman & Partners
The Foresight Series
Hosted by FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance, The Foresight Series brings senior executives and learning & development professionals together to generate discussion, new ideas and business-focused learning. FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance connects academic excellence with real-world insights from global business practitioners, award-winning Financial Times journalists and academic experts.