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Activating the opportunity marketplace

Watch Deloitte’s EmTech Next 2020 panel session and learn about Opportunity Marketplaces—a new framework to reimagine the future of work and tap into new worker potential.
July 9, 2020

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This virtual panel session from MIT Technology Review's EmTech Next conference takes an in-depth look at Deloitte and MIT Sloan Management Review’s recently released research, Opportunity Marketplaces, which sits at the center of this paradigm shift in business strategy, and asks: are you ready to fast forward and accelerate the future of work?

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Right now, businesses are facing a three-dimensional challenge—survival while remaining competitive, re-engagement of the workforce, and continuous cultivation of the customer base—coupled with rapidly adopting new technologies like 5G, AI, cloud, and blockchain. In this “new normal” should organizations stay the course or chart a new path? Going back to business-as-usual is not an option, and organizations must embrace technology to empower workers and create new opportunities.

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