The past few years of mass workforce decentralization and the shift to hybrid working have set the groundwork for emerging technologies like blockchain, NFTs, and metaverses to create more efficient, connected, and immersive environments. Just like how Web 2.0 revolutionized how organizations and their employees communicate and build brands, Web 3.0 will create virtual three-dimensional workplaces.
In this revolutionary keynote, New York Times bestselling author and foremost workplace expert Dan Schawbel translates innovative Web 3.0 technologies into real-world applications and strategies for tomorrow’s workplace — what he calls Work 3.0. Using his firm’s proprietary research as well as case studies and practical examples, he helps organizations, leaders and their employees understand these disruptive technologies and apply them to their jobs in order to prepare for the future of work. Audiences will walk away with a comprehensive introduction to Web 3.0 technologies and all the tools and ideas they’ll need to leverage this trend — from improving the workplace experience to gaining the skills required to have a competitive advantage in today’s marketplace.
Organizations come to Dan when they need to know how to react to monumental shifts in the workplace ecosystem to be prepared for what’s next in the modern economy. Will you be ready for Work 3.0?
Key learning objectives
- Obtain a foundational understanding of the defining features of Web 3.0, including Blockchain, CryptoCoins, Tokens NFTs, and the Metaverse.
- Learn how Web 3.0 technologies are disrupting and reshaping the way people work.
- Discover how Work 3.0 concepts apply to the employee experience, recruiting, workforce development, and more.
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Relevant research and articles
- Dan’s research study of 1,600 HR leaders and employees in partnership with SoFi found that employees want to receive NFTs as performance rewards and be paid in crypto.
- Dan’s LinkedIn Newsletter – “Rewriting the Future of Work with Web 3.0”
- Dan’s LinkedIn Newsletter – “What is the Future of Employee Experience?”