Presented by Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and Johns Hopkins Tech Ventures
From telework, to flexible hours, to changes in office culture, the workplace may never be the same following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Melissa Swift, an expert in the field of workplace transformation, will join Dean Alex Triantis for an insightful discussion on the forces shaping the future of work and the transitioning labor market.
Registration for this event is open to the entire Carey Business School community, Johns Hopkins community, and the general public. Please share widely with your networks.
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Melissa Swift, Melissa Swift is the U.S. Transformation Leader at Mercer, the consultancy helping redefine the world of work. In this role, Melissa is responsible for the firm’s efforts in the areas of workforce transformation, HR transformation, HR digitization, diversity equity and inclusion, and workforce analytics. Melissa is a recognized thought leader on the subject of the future of work post-COVID: she has been quoted on the subject in Newsweek, Washington Post, Axios, and Daily Mail, and has appeared on NPR and Al-Jazeera English.
Dean Alex Triantis, During his tenure as Carey’s dean, the school has revised and launched several programmatic initiatives. Carey’s reimagined full-time MBA curriculum, launched in 2020, features new emphasis in the fields of health, technology, innovation, leadership and business analytics, as well as an innovative mentorship program and extensive opportunities for experiential learning.