Boosting Talent Stability and Productivity in Frontline Operations

May 9, 2024 | 5:00 PM CET | 11:00 AM ET

May 9, 2024 | 5:00 PM CET | 11:00 AM ET

In an era marked by rapid business transformation, the quest for a resilient and adaptable workforce is paramount to drive improved productivity. The emergence of talent stability challenges presents a complex environment to maintaining business growth and fostering innovation.

Join us for a 60-minute webinar featuring insights from experts and industry leaders at the forefront of the workforce transformation, on how to address these challenges and find opportunities for growth.

What You’ll Discover:

Understanding the Productivity Imperative: We’ll tackle the interconnected issues of talent shortages and demographic shifts head-on, focusing on how these elements necessitate a renewed focus on talent management for enhanced flexibility, skill development, and engagement.

Insights from the Field: Hear directly from leaders and experts who have successfully navigated a variety of Frontline Talent challenges to secure a more productive and stable workforce.

Blueprints for Tomorrow: Learn about the forward-looking strategies that lay the foundation for a workforce aligned with future needs. Whether it’s leveraging technology or adapting to new skillsets, find out how you can proactively shape your workforce for the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Presenter IconSpeakers


Christopher Martin

Senior Vice President

Keurig Dr Pepper


Dado Misljencevic


McKinsey & Company


Tyler Freeman

Engagement Manager

McKinsey & Company


Marino Mugayar-Baldocchi

Research Science Expert

McKinsey & Company


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