The Purpose-Driven Workforce: Attracting and Developing Talent to Technology's Highest Calling

World Economic Forum
June 17, 2022
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Our partners at the World Economic Forum share Christy Pambianchi's perspective on workforce development. As Executive Vice-President and Chief People Officer at Intel, she says the key to success is in engaging and developing people's unique talents to solve the shared challenges of our time.

We are entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution, marked by a fusion of technologies that blur the lines between our digital, physical, and biological worlds. This technological transformation promises to impact everything from healthcare to manufacturing while potentially improving the quality of life of every person on the planet.

At the same time, the ESG Revolution scrutinises how we define that quality of life by critically assessing what it means to work toward sustainable, just, and equitable communities. As macro issues like climate change and social justice become increasingly urgent, all of us - as consumers, investors, and employees - are examining companies' environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts as part of our valuation and belief in a company.

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