Lecture and Discussion Series: Workplaces of the Future
Future Workplace Trends
Increasing digitization of the workplace is certain to result in rapid change processes for all involved. New work environments will emerge and existing ones will have to be altered. The shaping of this new world presents a great challenge to various scientific disciplines.
The four-part event series titled "Arbeitswelten der Zukunft" provides an opportunity for experts from various disciplines, such as engineering, theology, sociology, business administration, physcis, or psychology, to come together for discussion while bringing to the table their unique points of view.
|QuellPunkt Katholisches Hochschulzentrum, Campus Boulevard 30|
|When?||7pm, doors open at 6:30pm|
|Further Details||Katholisches Hochschulzentrum auf dem Campus Melaten|
Thursday, October 11, 2018, 7pm
Perspectives: Sociology/Computer Science
|Topic||"At the core, Industry 4.0 means coupling human work processes with mechanical operations via data." |
How will this assertion affect staff with regard to digital work processes?
Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 7pm
Perspectives: Business & Economics/ Communication Sciences
"The transition to Industry 4.0 will bring fundamental changes to the working environment with regard to demands on the skill set of staff."
Which are the skills in demand in the future?
Wednesday, November 21, 2018, 7pm
Perspectives: Innovation Management/Philosophy
|Topic||„Who are the decision makers in management in the future? Man or machine/algorithm? And why should we even let algorithms decide sometimes?|
Thursday, December 6, 2018, 7pm
Perspectives: Mechanical Engineering/Theology
|Topic||"In the past, the working world was characterized by the fact that professions were held in high, or even extremely high esteem. We don't know yet what the guiding principles will be that will establish a new work ethic in the future."|