Upskilling the Workforce – New Opportunities for People and Organizations.
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) holds huge potential for organizations of all sizes to grow their businesses through improved productivity. However, to fully reap the potential benefits, employees and managers will need re-training and upskilling to take on new processes and technology.
4IR is changing many companies’ entire revenue model and this requires new processes and a new way of thinking in the workforce, particularly focusing on multi-disciplinary teams focused on delivering the best service possible. Organizations need to think about technical skill gaps, but also about gaps in business culture, behaviours and management skills. Only a continuous reskilling approach will enable organizations and people to keep pace with the changes we experience in the digital age.
12.00 Technology – What opportunities does technology bring for upskilling the workforce?
14.30 Education – Development of the education system
15.30 Networking Break
16.00 Business – How do companies tackle the upskilling-challenges?
17.30 Cocktail Reception
Chairman, Volvo Group, ERT and IVA
Chairman of Nokia and F-Secure
Founding Partner, Lifeline Ventures
Executive VP, HR, Stora Enso
Executive VP Volvo Group, President Volvo Construction Equipment
Director General, Division for higher education, Ministry of Education and Research, Sweden
President, Aalto University
Former Secretary of State
State Secretary at the Prime Minister’s Office
Chair of the Future Competences Panel, Ministry of Education and Culture
Board Member, Advisor, Writer
CEO and Founder, Jobbatical
Professor, Executive Director, Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation
Chairman, AP3, AMF and Hanaholmen
|THE SEMINAR IS MODERATED BY|
Editor in Chief, Helsingin Sanomat
Senior Advisor, Stålnert Kommunikation AB
For more information: Project Manager Erik Lund, erik.lund(at)hanaholmen.fi
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