Type: Panel Discussion
Date: Jun 30 2016
Time: 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. MT
Venue: Aspen, Colorado
Zoë Baird, CEO and President, Markle Foundation
Mitch Daniels, President, Purdue University and Future of Work Initiative Honorary Co-Chair
Mark Warner, United States Senator and Honorary Co-Chair, Future of Work Initiative
Mark Weinberger, Chairman and CEO, Ernst & Young
Moderator: Nikhil Deogun, Editor-in-Chief and SVP, CNBC Business News
What Will Drive Economic Success in the Next Twenty Years?
The spread of free enterprise has created a more dynamic, efficient, and competitive global economy, while the marvels of American technology and innovation have ushered in an age of unprecedented possibility. Where many business leaders worry about the increasing pressure for short-term profits, many in our workforce worry that the lack of training, limited benefits, and unclear paths to upward mobility will limit their ability to make ends meet, much less offer their children a path to prosperity. Top thinkers discussed what the next administration and the country can do to make capitalism work better for everyone. A new survey provides insights into employers’ views on technology’s role in many of these trends.
Find out more: aspenideas.org