The Future of Work: Working in the Next Decade

Feb. 17, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:30 PM CET

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The Future of Work: Working in the Next Decade

Businesses have had to adapt and rethink their day-to-day operations to ensure they can successfully function while keeping their employees safe and engaged working from home. The pandemic transformed video communications technology usage, bringing it to the forefront of our lives both personally and professionally. Join us for this interactive roundtable discussion as we delve into the future of work and discuss how users can accomplish more and continue to create a connected culture virtually.


  • How business leaders can reimagine the business, the workplace strategy, and the future of work
  • The top challenges CIOs will face as organizations shift to hybrid work models and best ways to address them
  • How to maintain culture and employee happiness

Become a VIP attendee for the The Future of Work: Working in the Next Decade Digital Boardroom and move your organization forward on current goals. If you are interested in attending the digital event, fill out the form below and a CDM Media representative will contact you with more information.

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