Are labels like ‘Generation Z’, ‘Millennials’, ‘Generation X’ and ‘Baby Boomers’ used often in your organization? Learn how to effectively attract and manage a workforce made up of cohorts with very different expectations and career goals. Plus, learn from worldwide tech leaders at Cisco how Internet of Things (IoT) technology can connect and empower the heavy equipment of the future.

Join us as we explore these key takeaways:

  • Understand the differences and common ground between the micro-generations in your workforce, and what that means for how you manage your people.
  • Learn about case studies in IoT technology, and how interconnected devices can be incorporated into the equipment you build.
  • Tour the Cisco Innovation Center and fuel your creativity to ignite your business.

Doug Hogue, VSS Macropaver“The speakers were very thought-provoking, showing us cutting edge technology that we’re not using today, but are perhaps on our horizon.” - Doug Hogue, VP & GM at VSS Macropaver

Featured Speakers:
Wayne Cuervo
Wayne Cuervo, Director of Innovation, Cisco Toronto Innovation CenterResponsible for leading the Cisco Innovation Centre in Cisco Canada’s new Canadian headquarters. Cisco Innovation Centers located around the world inspire and display local IoT (Internet of Things) innovation and development.
Armida Ascano
Armida Ascano, Chief Insights Officer, Trend HunterArmida Ascano is the Chief Insights Officer at Trend Hunter and the brain behind its trend sessions and workshops. She has crafted numerous trend frameworks and innovation tools to bring Trend Hunter’s content to life. With these tools in her arsenal, she has helped hundreds of brands innovate -- including Chicago Tribune, Red Bull, and Wal-Mart -- and has spoken at conferences like Foresight and Trends, OmniShopper, and Future Festival. She specializes in generational trends, our 18 Megatrends matrix, Innovation Workshop facilitation, and more.
Ilija Jovanovic
Ilija Jovanovic, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Taiga RoboticsIlija is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Taiga Robotics. He holds a Master’s in Aerospace Engineering and is a PhD. Candidate at Ryerson University for his research on digital sextants for global positioning on celestial bodies within our solar system. He has a passion for practical problems which over the years has led him to design and build competition UAVs, planetary navigation UGVs, robotic manipulators, and, most recently, volunteering as a mentor for a high school first robotics team.

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