Date in December (17th)Vol. 1: “Satellite offices and offshorable models”
Date in January (TBC) Vol. 2: “Co-working between Artificial and Social Intelligence”
The global health situation in 2020 has led to some quick and drastic adjustments for companies and employees. Some of these changes might be here to stay, or the transformation of systems might only have begun… Furthermore, the tech-revolution also have important impacts on companies and their organisations.
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce in France invites you to a series of 2 Webinars to discuss, brainstorm and share best-practice on organizational transformation and challenges in terms of competences, technology, and social connections. How should you as a company tackle this from a resource perspective: people, environment, legal and technology?
Vol 1: Satellite offices and offshorable models
December the 17th at 11.30 AM
From the model Work From Office (WFO) to Work From Home (WFH), are We going for the Work From Anywhere (WFA) model? Are we accelerating overseas and cross-borders models for all or some kind of employees? Taking cultural differences even more in consideration, how does leadership need to adapt to perform and innovate? There will be challenges in term of management, organisational processes and KPIs.
Introduction: Torbjörn Eriksson, CEO Tenant & Partner AB, introducing on creating, together, an inspiring and meaningful working life
- From telecommuting to relocation of white collars? Work where we live or live where we work? To recruit specialists and high educated competence, will companies engage talents working from wherever they are? How will companies recruit and manage their talents, as well as reskill and upskill?
- Will there be a dramatic rice of freelancing?
- When will colleagues need to meet, why and how?
- What are the challenges for the corporate culture?
- What would remote working have as tax and social security implications?
- What will be the pressure on IT and cybersecurity?
– Tomas Fellbom, Lincoln Talent Management Agency
– Franck Bouétard, Ericsson France CEO & Head of France, Benelux, Luxemburg, Algeria, Tunisia (TBC)
– Eric Plu, VP Human Resources EMEA Essity (TBC)
– Coralie Oger, partner & labour lawyer FTPA (agreements, social security, taxes etc)
Vol 2: Co-working between Artificial and Social Intelligence
January 2021 25th or 27th, date TBC
5G, Smart Manufacturing, IOT, AI, and other new technologies will bring new applications to the workplace, change the way we work and where humans added value is key. How can robots and humans collaborate? What are the opportunities and the threats? What are the legal and ethical aspects we need to debate? Could the technological revolution demand more workplace agility and what will be the tech-infrastructure and applications companies need to invest in? What about real estate and the physical office work environment of tomorrow? The co-working between robots and humans is a fantastic but challenging opportunity that will question companies and employee’s way of working. How can We tackle this from People, Environment and Technology perspectives?
– Explore the predictions for the workspace of the future
– The social workplace – what attitudes will dominate the workspace?
– The physical workspace – what will the workplaces of the future look like?
– The smart workspace – how will technology shape the workplace and how can Artificial and Social Intelligence co-work?
Tomas Fellbom, Lincoln Talent Management Agency
Aurore Belfrage, Tech Investor & Senior Advisor @ AI Innovation of Sweden
Jean-Christophe Bonis, Fouding Partner @ The Gaia Factory @ TED Speaker, AI specialist
Denis Baranger, member of Executive Committee of ABB France, specialist in Manufacturing 4.0