The 10th Australasian Talent Conference (ATC) recently concluded and we saw lively discussions between delegates and speakers, online and off, on how the talent management function can prepare itself to handle the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) situation that characterises today’s business economy.
Numerous data and statistics were shared, case studies examined and new technological innovations were showcased to provide a comprehensive overview of what can be done to manage VUCA. Keynote speakers such Ian Williamson, Carol Corzo and Amantha Imber also provided deep insights into their areas of expertise to help talent managers better understand how they can improve their work processes.
If you had missed out on this event, or would like to review what has been said, don’t worry as we have put together a quick summary to get you up to speed on the discussions. Here are some important questions raised, useful advice, key takeaways, and everything in between from the #ATC2016, as told by Twitter:
— trevorvas (@trevorpvas) July 12, 2016
All in, or all out. You cannot be somewhat involved in disruption. Survival is not a given! #ATC2016
— Paul Bridgewater (@PBridgewater01) July 12, 2016
— ATC Events (@ATCevent) July 14, 2016
— ⚡Lars Schmidt⚡ (@ThisIsLars) July 13, 2016
— Victoria Redman (@tolliana) July 13, 2016
— Cathy Riach (Diener) (@criach) July 14, 2016
Do let us know if we’ve missed anything. Looking forward to seeing everyone again in 2017 for another round of ATC! 🙂
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