Artificial intelligence is the next big step in moving the FMCG and Manufacturing industry forward. The implementation of advanced big data and analytics (BDA) solutions, can unlock huge data volumes in an automated way in real-time and ultimately lead to maximum profitability.
The digital revolution is having an unprecedented impact on the future of work, people and learning. Developments in robotics, social media, AI, drones, machine learning, and virtual reality, are changing the requirements of the future workforce. HR professionals in the FMCG and Manufacturing industry have to find new ways to manage talent – attract, develop, reward and retain, and to inspire passion, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and excellence.
Understand the future of the FMCG and Manufacturing industry and address the challenges faced by Professionals in the new digital age.
- Develop HR strategy for the FMCG and Manufacturing industry must reflect the future landscape and an increasingly important factor is automation.
- Share fresh insights in evolving trends in the industry, the role of human resources (HR) in re-shaping the future and a new approach that will be required by management.
- Showcase products and services on the Regenesys Platform.
- Network, interact with peers in the industry, share ideas and ultimately contribute to thought development in contemporary Nigerian HR practice.
The forum will consist of a number of participants who will each discuss a particular aspect of the future challenges and opportunities faced by HR professionals in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. The audience will get an opportunity to direct questions to the forum members and as a result, attendees will get their most pressing questions answered.
Hassan Salisu, Group Head Human Resources, Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc.
Marica Tajo, Systems Control Manager, Orange Group
Date: Thursday 14th May, 2020
Venue: 8th Floor, Churchgate Towers 2, Plot PC 31, Churchgate Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
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