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Brought to you by Cognizant, one of the world’s leading professional services companies, Cognizant Podcasts highlights how organizations can infuse digital technology and thinking into their business core. Tune in to our expert PoVs and hear the multiplicity of ways digital is recalibrating how we live, work and play. To learn more, visit www.cognizant.com.

Latest Episodes

Tidewater Architects Spotted in the Wild

The future of our modern society currently swings in the balance. With rising carbon emissions and diminishing global forests we are currently facing a new reality as global temperatures continue to increase. Through this shift, oceans around the world will begin to rise and seaside cities such as Osaka, Shanghai and Rio De Janeiro will be vulnerable to flooding. In our recent 21 More Jobs of the Future report, the Center for the Future of Work proposed the idea of Tidewater Architect, a professional that will help mitigate cities such as these against rising sea levels. For this the 13th episode in our CFoW podcast series we’ll be looking at another example of our now 42 jobs of the future coming to life, or as we call it “Spotted in the Wild”. To discuss this today we have Marta Kephart and Cognizant’s Rob Brown.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Tidewater Architects Spotted in the Wild

Exploring the Future of Work and Automation

Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the way we live, socialize and work. Blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and connected devices are supercharging industry at an astonishing rate. Ultimately, our future of work is shaping up to be vastly different to the work we’ve done in the past. And in the Center for the Future of Work, these topics are our bread and butter. So for the 12th episode in our CFoW podcast series we’re going to be tackling this topic with Cognizant’s Rob Brown and Guy Nadivi.

24 MIN2 w ago
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Exploring the Future of Work and Automation

Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 2

Businesses can more effectively pivot to a fully integrated digital infrastructure, and establish a cloud strategy that works for them. Learn how from today's conversation between Bill Martorelli, Principal Analyst, Forrester, Venu Lambu, Vice President of Cognizant Cloud Services and Baiju Panicker, Chief Technology Officer, Comerica Bank.

10 MINAUG 29
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Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 2

Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 1

Businesses can more effectively pivot to a fully integrated digital infrastructure, and establish a cloud strategy that works for them. Learn how from today's conversation between Bill Martorelli, Principal Analyst, Forrester, Venu Lambu, Vice President of Cognizant Cloud Services and Baiju Panicker, Chief Technology Officer, Comerica Bank.

9 MINAUG 21
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Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 1

How AI Can Help Inform Business Strategy & Market Leadership

James Jeude, AI leader from Cognizant and Steve Levitt, the much acclaimed economist continue their conversation in part 2 of this AI/economics series. In this episode, they discuss about ways machine intelligence and data analytics can inform business strategy and market leadership.

18 MINAUG 7
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How AI Can Help Inform Business Strategy & Market Leadership

Role of AI in Economic Theory

In part 1 of this 2-part series, James Jeude, Vice President of the AI & Analytics practice and Steve Levitt, the award winning economist, exchange their views on how artificial intelligence is changing economic theory. Do not miss part 2 of this series to learn how the AI/economics interface helps inform business strategy and market leadership.

14 MINAUG 5
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Role of AI in Economic Theory

Roles of L&D Teams and Educators in Preparing the Future Workforce (Part 2)

Just as the role of pilots has shifted from flying a plane to monitoring auto-pilot systems and intervening as and when required, our recent research at Cognizant Center for the Future of Work suggests that the role of L&D professionals will move from being a “controller” of learning systems to a “facilitator” of learning. In today's episode, our expert panel exchange their views on the roles Learning & Development teams and educators play in preparing a workforce for the future of work.

9 MINJUL 11
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Roles of L&D Teams and Educators in Preparing the Future Workforce (Part 2)

Elements of Change for the Future of Learning Part 1

Businesses and educators know they need to prepare people for very different jobs in the future of work, but they’re slow to revamp their education and training models, or collaborate with each other, according to our research. In this podcast, we discuss the findings from Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work survey of top businesses and higher education institutions globally to gain insight into the changes these entities are making in their training and educational programs, and the challenges they face in preparing tomorrow’s workforce.

9 MINJUL 9
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Elements of Change for the Future of Learning Part 1

Getting To Grips With Reskilling The Workforce

Leaders of companies across the globe are struggling to fill vital digital roles within their organizations. This isn’t due to inept hiring practices but rather a severe lack of digital talent within the jobs market. Many companies are therefore looking to reskill their current workforce to help address this talent gap. In this podcast we get to grips with the intricacies of this reskilling.

14 MINMAY 31
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Getting To Grips With Reskilling The Workforce

Understanding the US Skills Gap

Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the way we live, socialize and work. Blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and connected devices are supercharging industry at an astonishing rate. On the face of it, our business and personal lives seem to be heading for a state of nirvana. However, behind the scenes at many organizations, leadership is struggling to cope with one major issue. A lack of digital skills. And this skills gap is only increasing, the bureau of labor statistics indicates that over the next decade the US will need as many as 100,000 new IT workers, however only around 60,000 relevantly skilled workers enter the workforce each year. In this podcast we get to grips with what organizations are doing to address this hot topic.

20 MINMAY 31
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Understanding the US Skills Gap

Latest Episodes

Tidewater Architects Spotted in the Wild

The future of our modern society currently swings in the balance. With rising carbon emissions and diminishing global forests we are currently facing a new reality as global temperatures continue to increase. Through this shift, oceans around the world will begin to rise and seaside cities such as Osaka, Shanghai and Rio De Janeiro will be vulnerable to flooding. In our recent 21 More Jobs of the Future report, the Center for the Future of Work proposed the idea of Tidewater Architect, a professional that will help mitigate cities such as these against rising sea levels. For this the 13th episode in our CFoW podcast series we’ll be looking at another example of our now 42 jobs of the future coming to life, or as we call it “Spotted in the Wild”. To discuss this today we have Marta Kephart and Cognizant’s Rob Brown.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Tidewater Architects Spotted in the Wild

Exploring the Future of Work and Automation

Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the way we live, socialize and work. Blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and connected devices are supercharging industry at an astonishing rate. Ultimately, our future of work is shaping up to be vastly different to the work we’ve done in the past. And in the Center for the Future of Work, these topics are our bread and butter. So for the 12th episode in our CFoW podcast series we’re going to be tackling this topic with Cognizant’s Rob Brown and Guy Nadivi.

24 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Exploring the Future of Work and Automation

Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 2

Businesses can more effectively pivot to a fully integrated digital infrastructure, and establish a cloud strategy that works for them. Learn how from today's conversation between Bill Martorelli, Principal Analyst, Forrester, Venu Lambu, Vice President of Cognizant Cloud Services and Baiju Panicker, Chief Technology Officer, Comerica Bank.

10 MINAUG 29
Comments
Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 2

Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 1

Businesses can more effectively pivot to a fully integrated digital infrastructure, and establish a cloud strategy that works for them. Learn how from today's conversation between Bill Martorelli, Principal Analyst, Forrester, Venu Lambu, Vice President of Cognizant Cloud Services and Baiju Panicker, Chief Technology Officer, Comerica Bank.

9 MINAUG 21
Comments
Powering a Cloud-led Digital Transformation Journey - Part 1

How AI Can Help Inform Business Strategy & Market Leadership

James Jeude, AI leader from Cognizant and Steve Levitt, the much acclaimed economist continue their conversation in part 2 of this AI/economics series. In this episode, they discuss about ways machine intelligence and data analytics can inform business strategy and market leadership.

18 MINAUG 7
Comments
How AI Can Help Inform Business Strategy & Market Leadership

Role of AI in Economic Theory

In part 1 of this 2-part series, James Jeude, Vice President of the AI & Analytics practice and Steve Levitt, the award winning economist, exchange their views on how artificial intelligence is changing economic theory. Do not miss part 2 of this series to learn how the AI/economics interface helps inform business strategy and market leadership.

14 MINAUG 5
Comments
Role of AI in Economic Theory

Roles of L&D Teams and Educators in Preparing the Future Workforce (Part 2)

Just as the role of pilots has shifted from flying a plane to monitoring auto-pilot systems and intervening as and when required, our recent research at Cognizant Center for the Future of Work suggests that the role of L&D professionals will move from being a “controller” of learning systems to a “facilitator” of learning. In today's episode, our expert panel exchange their views on the roles Learning & Development teams and educators play in preparing a workforce for the future of work.

9 MINJUL 11
Comments
Roles of L&D Teams and Educators in Preparing the Future Workforce (Part 2)

Elements of Change for the Future of Learning Part 1

Businesses and educators know they need to prepare people for very different jobs in the future of work, but they’re slow to revamp their education and training models, or collaborate with each other, according to our research. In this podcast, we discuss the findings from Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work survey of top businesses and higher education institutions globally to gain insight into the changes these entities are making in their training and educational programs, and the challenges they face in preparing tomorrow’s workforce.

9 MINJUL 9
Comments
Elements of Change for the Future of Learning Part 1

Getting To Grips With Reskilling The Workforce

Leaders of companies across the globe are struggling to fill vital digital roles within their organizations. This isn’t due to inept hiring practices but rather a severe lack of digital talent within the jobs market. Many companies are therefore looking to reskill their current workforce to help address this talent gap. In this podcast we get to grips with the intricacies of this reskilling.

14 MINMAY 31
Comments
Getting To Grips With Reskilling The Workforce

Understanding the US Skills Gap

Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the way we live, socialize and work. Blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and connected devices are supercharging industry at an astonishing rate. On the face of it, our business and personal lives seem to be heading for a state of nirvana. However, behind the scenes at many organizations, leadership is struggling to cope with one major issue. A lack of digital skills. And this skills gap is only increasing, the bureau of labor statistics indicates that over the next decade the US will need as many as 100,000 new IT workers, however only around 60,000 relevantly skilled workers enter the workforce each year. In this podcast we get to grips with what organizations are doing to address this hot topic.

20 MINMAY 31
Comments
Understanding the US Skills Gap