Future Markets and Workforce Needs

The world is rapidly evolving, driven by technological advancements, changing customer preferences, and global dynamics. To thrive in the future, labor and management must adapt to the shifting landscape of future markets and their corresponding workforce needs. This education session delves into the critical topic of future markets and how they influence the skills, talents, and strategies required for success.

Key Highlights:

  • Mapping Future Market Dynamics: We’ll kick off the session by exploring the major forces shaping future markets, from emerging technologies to demographic shifts, environmental considerations, and economic trends.
  • Identifying Workforce Needs: Understand how these market dynamics impact the workforce. We’ll discuss the evolving skill sets, competencies, and roles that both labor and management will require to remain competitive in future markets.

By the end of this education session, you’ll be well-equipped to anticipate and address the workforce needs driven by future market dynamics. Whether you’re a business official, contractor or JATC coordinator interested in staying ahead in an ever-changing world, this session will provide you with actionable insights to navigate future markets effectively. Join us and embark on the journey of preparing your organization and industry for the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow.

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Clark Ellis
Continuum Advisory Group

As Principal and Founding Member of Continuum Advisory Group, Clark Ellis provides consulting services to facility owners, engineering, and construction service providers, building trades unions, trade associations, home builders, real estate developers, manufacturers of building products, tools, and equipment, channel participants, and installing contractors. He has served these clients in North and South America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Clark has contributed his expertise to projects involving enterprise strategy, planning, leadership, market research, training and development, business process improvement, and technology deployment. These projects have spanned construction vertical markets such as industrial, oil and gas, infrastructure, general building, utility, as well as single-family and multifamily residential.

In addition to these specific responsibilities, Clark’s research priorities are focused on the application of new technology throughout the design, engineering, and construction value chain, the development of the new processes and collaborative business relationships necessary for the industry to leverage these transformative technologies, and the development of industrialized construction.