The Future of Work and Cultural Transformation
Headlines of the Future
- Episode 1: The Bio Revolution
- Episode 2: The New Health Awareness
- Episode 3: The Future of Agriculture and Climate Change
- Episode 4: Decoding Healthy Aging
- Episode 5: The State of Food Security
- Episode 5.5 Farming on the Front-lines
- Episode 6: The Future of Heart Health
- Episode 7: COP27 Special Edition: The Future of Heart Health
- Episode 8: The Future of Cancer Care
- Episode 9: The Future of Work and Cultural Transformation
In an ever-evolving landscape, the future of work is at the forefront of our discussions. Join us as we delve into the transformative journey ahead, exploring the changing dynamics, challenges, and opportunities that define the workplace of tomorrow.
In this insightful episode, our host, Piyal Bhoora, engages in a compelling discussion about the future of work with Krys Burnette, Culture Transformation Leader and TEDx speaker, and Sarena Lin, former member of the Board of Management of Bayer Ag. Together, they explore the evolving landscape of work and its challenges, providing valuable insights for organizations navigating this transformative journey.
Krys Burnette is a dedicated advocate for organizational development and culture transformation. With over a decade of experience, she has been instrumental in shaping future-proof, digital-first organizations. Krys has led global brands towards embracing new work paradigms, redefining team dynamics, and championing human-centered design solutions for employees and customers. She supports leadership teams in various domains, including Innovation, Digital/eCommerce, Design, Brand and Marketing, Web3, and HR/People functions.
Sarena Lin is a former member of Board of Management of Bayer and served as Chief Transformation and Talent Officer. In her role she was responsible for Human Resources, Strategy and Business Consulting, playing a pivotal role in guiding our organization towards successful transformation. She also championed the development of emerging talents while fostering an inclusive workplace where everyone could bring their authentic selves to work and thrive.
Lin was born on January 9, 1971 in Taipei, Taiwan. She studied Computer Science at Harvard University in Boston Massachusetts, and graduated with a bachelor's degree. She then earned an MBA in Strategy and a Master's degree in International Relations from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.