Future of Work- Siobhan O'Shea at Get Digital 2018


0:00 Overview of Digital Landscape – Mark Kellett
23:31 Future of Work- Siobhan O’Shea
42:39 Panel Discussion

Get Digital is a conference that brings together leading industry and academic experts to share their knowledge and insight on emerging digital technologies and trends.

In today’s business world, digital touches all industries from retail, financial services, healthcare to the education sector. Partnered with DCU Business School, the Irish Institute of Digital Business (formerly The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce), organise and run a series of events focusing on a range of specific, relevant and emerging digital business themes that affecting the world we live in both today and in the future.

Get Digital 2018 brings together a diverse range of speakers and contributors with this year’s event focusing on:
– Future of Work
– Digital Transformation
– Privacy, Trust and Governance


Introduction – Mark Kellett, CEO at Magnet Networks

About Mark:
Mark is an internationally recognised CEO / CFO with vast experience across technology, software, telecoms and media for firms such as Yahoo!, Network Appliance, Sun Microsystems and Aer Lingus across Europe and the US.
Under Mark Kellett’s leadership, Magnet Networks has grown from its Irish roots into an international telecoms company operating in five continents.The company provides innovative telecommunications, data connectivity and security services solutions to commercial and residential markets.

Future of Work – Siobhan O’Shea, Client Services Director at CPL’s Future of Work Institute

About Siobhan
Siobhan is Client Services Director for Cpl, Ireland’s largest recruitment company, and a member of the Cpl leadership team. She is a frequent speaker and brand ambassador for Cpl’s Future of Work Institute on trends and the future workplace. Siobhan is an elected member of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce Council, serving on their Skills & Talent taskforce. She is Chair of the Dublin Regional Skills Forum, and a member of the DBEI Future of ICT Skills and HEA Springboard expert groups.
Siobhan previously held a number of leadership roles with recruitment firm Morgan McKinley. Her early career was spent in New York working as an Investment Advisor on Wall Street and as a Producer for financial television network CNBC. Siobhan qualified with a Bachelor of Commerce from UCD.


– Professor Edel Conway , Associate Professor of HRM at DCU (Host)
– Siobhan O’Shea, Client Services Director at CPL Future of Work Institute
– Esther Valle, Digital Sales Dublin People and Talent Program Manager at IBM
– Andreea Wade, CEO & Co-Founder at Opening.io

About DCU Business School:
DCU Business School is recognised nationally and internationally for the outstanding quality of its business education programmes. Our teaching, learning and research activities are strongly influenced by the core guiding principles of relevance and excellence.

Our programme portfolio is continually updating and expanding; recent years have seen the introduction of a number of highly innovative programmes at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate levels. These programmes are developed in collaboration with organisations in both the public and private sectors, international partners other faculties across DCU.

Website: https://business.dcu.ie/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessDCU
About The Irish Institute of Digital Business:
The Irish Institue of Digital Business (IIDB), formerly The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce (IC4), is a new digital research centre located in Dublin City University. Founded in 2018, the vision of the research centre is to be an internationally recognised industry-led centre of excellence for innovation and applied research for digital business.

With social media, mobile technologies, big data and data analytics, cloud computing and the Internet-of-Things revolutionising business models and operations, IIDB brings together a critical mass of digital business researchers necessary to support Ireland’s position as a global digital leader.

Website: https://iidb.ie/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/IIDB_ie


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