CNBC has announced the line-up for its 2020 iteration of the @Work Summit, which will take place virtually on Tuesday, October 6th at 12pm ET.
The @Work series provides senior executives with the opportunity to examine how the most forward-looking companies and their leaders are finding and keeping the best workers, upending traditional roles, and collaborating creatively.
The Summit will feature some of the world’s most influential voices and examine the ways they are innovating to thrive today, and which advancements will make work more efficient and rewarding in the future.
Topics include: Finding Opportunity in Unprecedented Times; Organizational Resilience; Trust and Transparency in the New Normal; The Inequality Equation; Office Space After COVID; The Tech Roadmap; and Investing for the Future, among others.
CNBC anchors and reporters will moderate interviews and panel discussions, which will be amplified by coverage on CNBC broadcast and digital properties, including a digital special report available at: cnbc.com/work.
2020 @Work Summit speakers
• Stewart Butterfield, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Slack
• Vishaan Chakrabarti, Dean, UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design
• Stephanie Creary, Assistant Professor of Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
• Francine Katsoudas, Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Cisco
• Ellen Kullman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Carbon; Co-Chair, Paradigm for Parity
• Aaron Levie, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder and Chairman, Box
• James Manyika, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company; Chairman and Director, McKinsey Global Institute
• Todd McKinnon, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Okta
• Donna Morris, Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Walmart
• Minsok Pak, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer, Mondelez International
• Vasant Prabhu, Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, Visa
• Sandra Rivera, Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Intel Corporation
• Chuck Robbins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisco
• James Suzman, Author, WORK: A Deep History, From the Stone Age to the Age or Robots
• Darren Walker, President, Ford Foundation
The initial event sponsors are Workday, Coupa, SHRM, T-Mobile for Business and ZipRecruiter.