Highlight Topic | Future of Work
New professions, organisation models and office landscapes - the Future of Work is dynamic, agile and digital! This revolutionary upheaval in the working world is also a social megatrend. The Future of Work is a trailblazer for new structures and working spaces, offering scope for creativity and flexibility and fuelling innovative technologies. We will be making all this real and tangible in a unique working atmosphere in the Future of Work Village at the Zukunft Personal Europe:
// Get to know innovative companies and products on all aspects of New Work in the visionary exhibition areas.
// Take part in inspiring discussions and interactive formats in the workshop and blogger areas.
// Look forward to some unusual "Happy:nings" organised by the exhibitors.
// Start a dialogue with New Work pioneers, top decision-makers, digitalisation strategists and HR executives in the lounges and breakout zones.
A space of over 2,500 m²
Programme in a festival-like atmosphere
Innovations and workplaces of the future
More than 35 pioneers of the working world of the future
Innovative lounges and chillout areas
How do we want to work in the future?
Our working world is facing radical change: globalisation and ever advancing digital transformation are forcing us to fundamentally question the way we work today.
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Experience the HR trends Workstyle and New Work in a unique atmosphere witt the Happy:nings in the Future Of Work Village. With extraordinary events in festival style, the exhibitors ensure that they are inspired in new dimensions by Future of Work: Sweepstakes, art & sessions with a view to the future are just some of the highlights of the exhibitors. Further information will follow shortly!
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The Future of Work Campus makes the new working world of tomorrow something you can experience today. Future-oriented exhibitors will be holding interactive sessions to show you how they can guide you through digital transformation. From 10-minute pitches to best-practice recommendations with follow-up discussions, from incorporating the "Working Out Loud" concept to networking over lunch - the Future of Work Campus is your interactive platform for the future of the working world. Further details to follow!
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Curator of the Future of Work Village Michael Schmutzer
"If you don't radically rethink your vision of the working world, you'll soon find that there's no longer any place for you in it."
Michael O. Schmutzer established Design Offices as a full-blooded entrepreneur of the new working world in 2008 and made the company the leading address for New Work und Corporate Co-working in Germany. Numerous well-known national and international companies appreciate the visionary concepts and trend-setting architecture of Design Offices. He was presented with the New Work Award in 2018.
Keynote Speaker Sebastian Kolberg, Vice President Change Management - Digital Transformation, Bayer AG
17 September 2019 | 13:15 p.m. | Keynote Stage | Hall 2.1
"Digitale Transformation at Bayer"
Sebastian Kolberg, Change Manager at Bayer, is talking about digital transformation at Bayer: How can you drive digital transformation in a company with 150 years of history and diverse business areas? Where to begin and what to focus on? How to communicate and create offerings to employees and leaders to drive engagement and concrete results?
Sebastian Kolberg has over 14 years of experience in working in Learning and Leadership Development and leading transformation projects in an international environment.
- Before joining Bayer he has worked as international management consultant.
- 2011-2018 he has been responsible as Global Head of Learning & Training for the development of the Bayer Academy covering Leadership and Functional Academies and the Community Management and Bayer´s Learning Transformation.
- Since 2018 he is responsible to lead the Change Management for the Digital Transformation at Bayer.
Keynote Speaker Dr. Lars Janzik, CEO, Vertical Media (Gründerszene)
18 September 2019 | 13:00 a.m. | Startup Stage | Hall 2.1
"How artificial intelligence wins your trust -challenges and opportunities for tomorrow's HR and recruiting."
Artificial intelligence is regarded as the future of science and business. The use of AI leads to far-reaching changes with clear consequences for the labour market and the world of work. Vertical Media CEO Dr. Lars Janzik (Gründerszene) examines the challenges, risks and opportunities that arise with the use of AI for HR and recruiting, in particular how the perception and formation of trust is changing.
Since January 2018, Dr. Lars Janzik is CEO of Vertical Media. Until then, from March 2015, he was responsible for the digital products of the media brand WELT, an Axel Springer company. Previously, he served as Senior Director Product Management CE for the online recruiting specialist Monster, as well as in various executive positions for the software manufacturer Magix. Furthermore, in 2011 Lars completed his PhD on user innovation in online communities.
Keynote Speaker Kerstin Rücker, Director HR & Organization Development, Eckes-Granini Group
19 September 2019 | 10:00 a.m. | Keynote Stage | Hall 2.1
The Eckes-Granini Group GmbH does not spend much time theorising, it prefers to take action. The company has therefore evolved into a creative place for strategists, developers and "doers" and has proved very successful in bringing new products onto the market. In her keynote, Kerstin Rücker will be revealing how Eckes-Granini makes the most of staff potential and works with employees to challenge the existing state of affairs, experiment with new ideas and continue with tried and tested concepts.
The Eckes-Granini Group GmbH does not spend much time theorising, it prefers to take action. Especially when it concerns the people in this long-established company and how they work together. The concepts of leadership, innovation and culture play a key role here[SB1] . Innovation is essential for profitable growth and an important part of the corporate culture. Digitalisation also has a positive impact on international cooperation and networking and enriches tried and tested forms of work. This approach has turned Eckes-Granini into a creative place for strategists, developers and "doers" which is very successful in bringing new products onto the market. In her presentation, Kerstin Rücker Director of Human Resources & Organization Development will be revealing how Eckes-Granini makes the most of staff potential and works together with employees and managers to challenge the existing state of affairs, experiment with new ideas and continue with tried and tested concepts.
After completing her degree in Business Administration and spending time in the USA and Sweden, Kerstin Rücker moved into management consultancy and worked for over 15 years at Accenture in roles with differing levels of responsibility. At Eckes-Granini Group, she is responsible for both national and international aspects of human resource management and organisation development.
- Degree in Business Administration with periods spent in the USA and Sweden
- From 1998 to 2016, she worked at Accenture GmbH in various management roles with differing levels of responsibility.
- 2016-2018 Head of Organisation & Personnel Development of the Eckes-Granini Group GmbH
- Since 2018 Director of Human Resources & Organisation Development of the Eckes-Granini Group GmbH
Podcast guest Prof. Rupert Felder
Senior Vice President Global HR, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
Björn Böhning, Permanent State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
19 September 2019 | 11:00 a.m. | Campus, Future of Work Village
Education and professional career
- 2004: University degree in political science
- 1999 to 2004: Studies of political science at the Otto-Suhr Institute of the Freie Universität Berlin
- 1998 to 1999: Alternative civilian service in a sheltered workshop for people with disabilities in Lübeck
- 1998: University entrance qualification (Abitur), Carl-Jacob-Burckhardt-Gymnasium, Lübeck
- Since March 2018: Permanent State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
- 2011 to 2018: Head of the Senate Chancellery of the Land of Berlin
- 2007 to 2011: Head of the department for "Basic Policy Issues and Planning" at the Senate Chancellery of the Land of Berlin
- 2004 to 2011: Member of the Executive Board of the Social Democratic Part (SPD)
- June 2004 to November 2007: Federal Chairman of the SPD's Young Socialists
- 2001 to 2004: Deputy Chairman of the Young Socialists
- Kulturveranstaltungen des Bundes in Berlin GmbH [cultural events of the Federal Government in Berlin GmbH] (member of the supervisory board)
- German Federal Film Board (member of the administrative council)
- Deutschlandradio (member of the governing body)
- Foundation of the 1. FC Union Berlin e.V. soccer club (member of the foundation board)
- Ver.di trade union
- Arbeiterwohlfahrt (AWO)
- D64 - Zentrum für digitalen Fortschritt (centre for digital progress)
- 1. FC Union Berlin
Keynote Speaker Marga Hoek, Non Executive Director, Global Thought Leader Sustainable Business and Capital, Thinkers50 and award-winning author
18 September 2019 | 15:00 p.m. | Keynote Stage | Hall 2.1
"The future of work: leadership for a sustainable future"
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Design Offices - Ambassador "Spaces"
Companies and managers are facing the challenge of creating new, attractive work environments. Spaces should be collaborative, creative and at the same time, tailored to the respective tasks. To make this a tangible concept for people to experience, Michael O. Schmutzer, CEO of Design Offices, will again be curating the Future of Work Village in Hall 2.1 in New Work style. Design Offices will also be giving the Networking and Blogger Lounge, the Keynote Stage and the Executive Lounge a modern look and feel. In these locations, the focus will be on interaction and an exchange of views. The visitors experience how rooms can enhance creativity and boost inspiration.
Mercer | Promerit - Ambassador "Leadership, Culture & Mindset"
Promerit is the consulting company for transformation and HR management. We make organizations and people more agile, facilitate their development and increase their potential. Successful changes require new competencies, the right leadership and an appropriate corporate culture.
We support the HR management and corporate management in successfully operating these levers. With our Business Transformation Consulting we support our clients in successfully implementing their strategies. We enable HR transformation with new HR strategies, innovative concepts in HR core services and effective HR processes. In the HR Digitalization business area, we design the new working world with user-friendly cloud systems.
Our combination of strategic consulting and implementation expertise creates solutions that work. We work with passion for what we do and enjoy how we do it. Promerit has received several awards for excellent consulting services. Promerit has been part of Mercer since 2018, making it part of a global consulting network.
Devoteam - Ambassador "Tools & Methods"
At Devoteam, we deliver innovative technology consulting for business. As a leading organisation across EMEA, our 6,700+ professionals are dedicated to our clients. Uniquely, we connect business and technology. Present in 18 countries, with over 20 years of experience, we shape Technology for People. Devoteam achieved yearly revenues of €640 million in 2018. At Devoteam, we are Digital Transformakers.