Pluralsight co-founder and CEO Aaron Skonnard will headline the event with a keynote onhow organizations can create the future by rethinking the way they approach their digital strategies and develop their technology talent.
The Summit comprises a packed schedule of keynotes, panel debates and insights from leaders of top global companies, all showcasing how successful organizations tackle digital transformation by building and maintaining a more agile workforce to keep up with the unprecedented rate of technological change.
“Across Europe, digital pressures -- from the rise of new technologies in AI to persistent cyber-hacks -- are demanding companies to face reality: evolve or fail," said Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight. "Because the widening technology skills gap is becoming a significant barrier to success, our priority at this year’s summit is to create conversation and visibility into how leading companies are addressing the skills gap to operate at the leading edge of innovation and competitiveness.”
This year, thought leaders in technology and learning will explore the issues of digital transformation, talent development and continuous learning. Representatives from Shell, KPMG, Société Générale, CGI, AVEVA, Isobar and the British Computing Society will all share how they have transformed into industry disruptors.
“Success is dependent on the skills, capabilities and expertise of employees. It is absolutely critical that your employees keep up-to-date with the latest technology developments, and that’s why continuous learning is so paramount as part of any digital transformation journey,” said Paul Morgan former Head of Learning & Development at O2 (Telefonica) and presently founder of Different Conversation. “This Summit is so important for those trying to keep their staff at the forefront of technical knowledge to come together and discuss these business-critical topics.”
To learn more about Pluralsight and how it helps enterprises move at the pace of technology visit www.pluralsight.com/business.