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Trends Shaping the Future of Professional Services

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thousands of
professionals and
hundreds of innovative
companies to connect and share
rare perspective to unlock fresh
insights and advance their fields

100% Online (No travel)
At Convenience (No meetings)
No Commitment (Opt out at any time)
No Cost (You earn $)

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Rob Bickford

President at PotomacView Consulting

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flag Expectations

Log in at least once a day, when convenient to you, to answer the daily question posted by the facilitator over the 4-day engagement. This may include open-ended questions, simple surveys and responding to peers.

stars Value

- Participate in this panel online and at your own convenience
- Learn about new developments and trends in your area of expertise
- Connect with other high-caliber peers and expand your network
- Enhance your reputation as a leading thinker on topics matching your passion and expertise
- Earn $200 paid immediately after the engagement

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Dawn L. I. Houghton

The McKinsey Global Institute has predicted that by 2030, up to 375 million people, or 14% of the global workforce, could have their jobs automated. As technology advances at a rapid pace, the professional services industry is under siege by Fortune 500 companies wanting to explore these new technologies to create more efficiency and cut down on costs. The rise of automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are having a massive impact on today's enterprise.

This online advisory panel will discuss the disruptions impacting the professional services industry, to determine its future state in 2030 and how Fortune 500 companies can still retain a lot of the benefits and value of professional services. We'll explore a range of themes such as specialized vs. broad-based expertise, long-term implications of technology, outsourcing vs. insourcing, and beyond.

Rob Bickford, President, PotomacView Consulting, will facilitate this panel in an open and honest dialogue. Rob will guide the panel through a number of different themes that will be open for discussion including, but not limited to:

- How will clients select and engage with Professional Service Firms in the future?
- What value will clients place on specialized vs. broad-based expertise?
- How will technology consultants add value in 2030?
- Will automation lead to outsourcing or insourcing?
- How should Professional Service Firms think about data strategy?

Participating in this panel presents a unique opportunity to present your thought-leadership in this industry as well as to engage with other thought-leaders to collectively learn, share and advance your knowledge on this issue. You will also receive a $200 honorarium.

The time commitment for this panel is done at your own convenience and will be conducted online on Currnt, a global, start-to-end, knowledge-sharing platform. You'll have the opportunity to learn collaboratively with 20 equal-caliber peers, enhance your knowledge, and gain recognition for your thought-leadership. You will also receive an honorarium for your participation.

This engagement is expected to launch end of June.

peopleSeeking Expert Participation

Seeking panelists from Fortune 500 companies and large-scale, global companies with the following roles and experience:
- C-suite management from professional services backgrounds
- Experienced buyers of professional services
- Business analysts and thought-leaders with knowledge on this subject

lockThis panel is now closed to new applicants.