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The Power of Global Teams

In the last two years, there has been a seismic shift in tech talent trends with many large companies moving to a hybrid or remote workforce. The talent crisis continues to impact every aspect of the tech industry, particularly when it comes to managing and optimizing geographically distributed teams..

While the US labor market has 11.3 million jobs available in 2022 with no takers, there is a shortfall of 10k people in cyber security alone in the UK in a year. In April 2022, Boris Johnson underscored the fact that “Indian tech talent could plug the labor shortage in the UK.” EMEA and SEA will also see similar challenges and opportunities.

Considering this, the power of building a global or international team has never been stronger. From access to an unrestricted pool of talent to increased productivity to reduced employee attrition to lower operational costs to ultimately improved global scalability and expansion – companies can no longer ignore the benefits of building a global team or investing in a global talent hub..

In this context, the ANSR-Talent500 roundtable discussed:

  • Understanding the post pandemic talent market – what’s temporary and what’s transformative?
  • The role of CIOs/CTOs/Technology Leaders in building a resilient, scalable, and future-proof enterprise
  • How global teams (or Global Capability Centers) have enabled building an innovative, collaborative ecosystem for an organization

Key Takeaways


vikram ahuja

Vikram Ahuja

Co-Founder ANSR /
CEO Talent500

Amit Dubey

Chairperson of the Board, Airbnb Global Capability Center

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