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Programm 2020

Momentan stellen wir ein hochkarätiges Programm für die LEARNING INNOVATION 2020 zusammen, das Sie im Frühjahr 2020 auf dieser Seite finden können.

Herbst 2020 Bern
  • Alexander Richter

    Prof. Dr. Alexander Richter

    Associate Professor for “Workplace Studies”, IT University of Copenhagen, Head of research unit “Digital Work Design”, University of Zurich

The Human & the machine – A great couple of the future

More and more academic studies and practitioner reports claim that human work is increasingly being disrupted by information and communication technology (ICT) which will make a considerable share of jobs undertaken by humans susceptible to automation. Often these reports draw a picture of ‘machines taking over’ traditional domains like manufacturing while ICT capabilities seem to decide over companies’ fates. Consequently, ICT per se is often put into the centre of innovative efforts. In his keynote Prof. Richter will discuss an essential feature of future workplaces: flexibility and adaptability. With a number of illustrative examples, he will show how seading companies have actively started to rediscover the importance of humans as the most flexible entity. This requires a new positioning of human workers and to acknowledge them as the central element in work places. Whereas they embody a number of capabilities that go way beyond what machines can achieve, humans require better ICT support to exploit their capabilities when it comes to their increasingly differentiated work practices – which goes hand in hand with lifelong learning.

 

Prof. Dr. Alexander Richter

Associate Professor for “Workplace Studies”, IT University of Copenhagen, Head of research unit “Digital Work Design”, University of Zurich

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