The virtual HRM Summit 2020 Middle East was held from October 11 to 15, 2020. Dr. Axel Grandpierre was invited to be the keynote speaker at this important international conference for human resource experts.
The first Workshop for Strategy Development took place at LBBZ on June 17, 2020, in which a Roadmap 4.0 was developed together with Dr. Thomas Gartzen from E4TC.
The second work meeting of Action Group 2 "Continuing education and qualification offerings for and through digitalization" took place online on May 26, 2020.
Dr. Karin Häring and Felix Mynarek wrote an article together on the subject "World of Work 4.0" for the magazine WISU – the magazine for business students.
Prof. Dr. Karin Häring and Felix Mynarek participated in the conference "The future of work – good work and good work life in the digital age" on January 16, 2020, at Goethe University in Frankfurt.
As part of a project, a training corner at the AUT-TECH company has taken place since November 2019. The goal is to offer participants an overview of the entire assembly process.
On Saturday, November 2, 2019, our research associate Felix Mynarek held a presentation on the subject "Industry 4.0 – What changes does the World of Work 4.0 bring?"
Expert interviews with representatives from academia and business were conducted to determine the competencies required for the World of Work 4.0.
During the period from June 2019 up to and including August 2019, 183 job advertisements were evaluated in the context of the research project. Investigation of the technical and interdisciplinary competencies was the focus of the evaluation.
LeanBase is the largest German-language platform and central contact point for the field of business processes. Articles, videos, and podcasts on the field can be found under LeanPublishing.
The platform Business and Work 4.0 supports the initiative "Wirtschaft & Arbeit 4.0" of the state government of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).
Projects and actors that are facing the challenges of digital transformation and are setting a good example are shown on the Digital NRW map.
The starting signal for the ESKODIA project, supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the European Social Fund, was sounded on November 15, 2018, in the presence of all project participants.
Thomas Rachel (CDU), Parliamentary State Secretary in the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, during a visit to the company, gave the management a certificate of support for the ESKODIA joint project, which was successfully applied for and is financed by the Ministry.
The research project "WissProKMU - Future of work: designing and networking" supports the joint project with small and medium-sized companies in implementing their digitalization strategy.