The Future of Work Series from Silicon Valley is back!

The second episode “Workforce Planning in the Digital Age” is coming up on July 8 with Xuelian Chi (Advisor at Cognitive Talent Solutions and Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs), Al Adamsen (Co-founder & CEO at PAFOW and Talent Strategy Institute) and Graham Davis, (Enteprise Group Manager & Senior Director of Product Management at Indeed.com) as speakers. The episode will be moderated by Kae Huynh (Investor at EG Ventures).

This episode will be structured as a fireside chat, providing the audience with the unique perspectives of the speakers on the role that technology plays in the implementation of a successful workforce planning strategy.

Xuellan Chi is an HR Consultant & Advisor at Cognitive Talent SolutIons and Digital Advisory Committee Member at Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. Her diverse industry background ranges from high-tech fast-growth startups and publicly traded multinational corporations to an investment firm and global online gaming, as well as digital marketing and medical devices.

Al Adamsen is the Founder & CEO of the People Analytics & Future of Work (PAFOW) Community & Conference Series. He's a globally recognized thought leader, advisor, and educator in the areas of People Analytics, Talent Strategy, Workforce Planning, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Employee Engagement & Well-being, Ethics, Organizational Change, Digital Transformation, and the Future of Work.

Graham Davis is the Enteprise Group Manager & Senior Director of Product Management at Indeed.com. He is an ntrepreneurial, data-driven product manager with experience launching and managing web applications, partner integrations, and SaaS applications for consumer, SMB, and Enterprise audiences.

Kae Huynh is an angel investor, startup advisor and investment lecturer with experience in supporting startups on Go-To-Market, Network/Introductions, Investors, Funding, Systems Integrators & more.

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Cognitive Talent Solutions

Cognitive Talent Solutions focuses its activity on Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) and Organizational Restructuring powered by AI. ONA allows you to visualize and analyze both formal and informal relationships that exist within your organization, enabling you to model a business strategy that effectively exchanges information and ideas to help your company thrive in a rapidly changing environment.

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