Talent shifts in digital: It’s not about catching up but moving forward

See the recap from our C-Suite Session of Web Wednesdays last July 27



How are you reinventing the way you work to keep up with the new post-pandemic workplace? How do you equip yourself to stay valuable and relevant to your current job? How do you prepare yourself for the future of work?


Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP), in its latest Web Wednesdays offering, sparked digital conversations around work trends and mindset shifts in workplace culture. With the discussion focused on talent shifts and workforce transformation in digital, the session brought together industry experts to tackle capability building towards digital transformation, hybrid working environment, and the future of work.


Here are some of our key takeaways from our panelists Azaleah Amino Rillo, VP of Digital Transformation for JG Summit Holdings; Jos Ortega, Chairman and CEO of Havas Ortega Group; and Jack Madrid, CEO of IT & Business Process Association Philippines (IBPAP).


  1. Adapt new ways of working to have the ability to respond to change.

  2. Cultivate a mindset of learning: Learn the competency and the tools to guide your skills transformation.

  3. Embrace collaboration as the most important element to thrive in a hybrid working environment.

  4. Understand that the future of work is all about flexibility. The future of work is already now and no longer the future.

  5. Recognize that it is not about catching up but moving forward. Organizations need to move to a certain digital maturity to succeed.


Missed the IMMAP Web Wednesdays episode on “Talent Shifts and Workforce Transformation?” IMMAP Members get exclusive access to the full video recording via the IMMAP Knowledge Hub. Simply log on to your IMMAP website member account and enjoy the conversation!


This episode was brought to you by Investing in Women, an initiative of the Australian Government and PMFTC.


We’d also like to thank our Media Partners, BusinessWorld, One Mega Group, Inc., and Rappler.


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