HR-TRENDS & THE CONFERENCE BOARD


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// PANEL DISCUSSION "LEARNING IN THE NEW WORKING WORLD"

14.10.2020 | 13:30 | Keynote Stage

What will the learning organization of the future look like? What role do managers and employees play, which learning paths are opened up by new technologies and where are the limits - also with regard to the use of artificial intelligence? 

Every year, the reference book "HR-TRENDS" brings together pioneering thought leaders to document the latest developments and identify next practices in business practice. And this for 30 years now - in 1991 the publication appeared for the first time, at that time still under the title "Jahrbuch Weiterbildung". The editor Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Schwuchow (University of Applied Sciences, Bremen) discusses with Prof. Dr. Gunther Olesch (Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG), Dr. Sebastian Harrer, Head of HR, ING-DiBa AG, Frankfurt am Main, and Jennifer Weihs, Vice President Talent Management, Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA, the challenges that training and further education must face providing impulses for future-oriented learning at individual and organizational level. The focus is on the implications of new learning technologies as well as on the question of an innovative learning culture, the new situation of the employee learning on his own responsibility as well as the role of the executive as a human resources and cultural developer.

Dr. Sebastian Harrer

Dr. Sebastian Harrer

Head of HR, ING-DiBa AG, Frankfurt am Main

Prof. Dr. Gunther Olesch

Prof. Dr. Gunther Olesch

CEO, Phoenix Contact GmbH Co. KG

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Schwuchow

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Schwuchow

Professor of International Management, University of Applied Sciences - Bremen, and head of the CIMS Center for International Management Studies

Jennifer Weihs

Jennifer Weihs

Vice President Talent Management, Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA

// ROUND TABLE "TAKING DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION GLOBAL: BALANCING ALIGNMENT AND FLEXIBILITY"

14.10.2020 | 14:45 - 15:30 | Workshop Raum 2

Every year, the HR-TRENDS brings together pioneering thought leaders to document the latest developments and identify next practices in business practice. One of the main topics of the current issue of HR-TRENDS 2021 is "HR-Diversity: Gender & Demography".

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Schwuchow (University of Applied Sciences, Bremen), Joachim Gutmann (Glücksburg Consulting AG), Marion Devine (The Conference Board, Brussels) and Claudia Grusemann-Schmidt, Leader „Engage & Retain“, Evonik Industries AG | Essen discuss that innovation is really more about nurturing talent, providing resources and a cultural change than just technical solutions and results. It is important to focus on the innovator - not the innovation.

There is a strong correlation between the degree of inclusion and a company's ability to innovate. As the study shows, the most innovative companies are working hard to break down the mental and functional silos between innovation and inclusion.

More about the study

Marion Devine

Marion Devine

Senior Researcher, „Human Capital“ (HC), Europa Office - The Conference Board, Brussels

Claudia Grusemann-Schmidt

Claudia Grusemann-Schmidt

Leader „Engage & Retain“, Evonik Industries AG, Essen

Joachim Gutmann

Joachim Gutmann

Senior Consultant, GLC Glücksburg Consulting AG

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Schwuchow

Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Schwuchow

Professor of International Management, University of Applied Sciences - Bremen, and head of the CIMS Center for International Management Studies

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