AMS was delighted to sponsor the annual SIA Contingent Workforce Strategies (CWS) Summit Europe, with sessions focusing on the theme, Emerging Strategies for Talent, Technology & Risk.
SIA's Senior Director of CWS & Research, Peter Reagan opened this year's conference with his keynote session, Contingent Workforce Strategies for the Never Normal, followed by two days of insightful content, where expert industry speakers discussed opportunities for talent sourcing and engagement management, current and future technologies across the workforce solutions ecosystem, and strategies and innovations for contingent workforce programme improvement and programme maturity.
Tuesday, May 10, 11:30 – 12:45pm GMT
Facilitated Roundtable Discussion: Upskilling and Reskilling – Future Talent
How can HR and talent acquisition teams address the today's unprecedented skills challenges? Kevin Short, our Head of Growth, Tech Skilling, facilitated 3 groups of 10 delegates for a roundtable discussion on upskilling and reskilling.
Wednesday, May 11, 10:00 – 10:45am GMT
Speaker Spotlight: In an Age of Constant Change, We Bring You True Workforce Dexterity
Moderator: Matthew Rodger, Chief Growth & Commercial Officer at AMS
- Tom Baker, Head of Talent & Resourcing at M&G plc
- Tom Carrigan, Head of Workforce Planning and Fulfillment at Natwest
- Melanie Barnett, Managing Director, Client Services PSR UK & Ireland at AMS
- Kevin Short, Head of Growth – Tech Skilling at AMS
The accelerating pace of technological and social change poses new challenges for organisations everywhere. How do you:
- Stay ahead in a world that never stands still?
- Plan for a future that is so uncertain?
- Take advantage of new opportunities and innovations before they grow old?
Endless change creates endless potential. But to access it, organisations need to design their workforces in different ways.
We believe the answer lies in True Workforce Dexterity. A new way of building the right workforce that reconfigures around every new opportunity and, faced with unexpected challenges, it bends rather than breaks.