In the new book “Expedition: Values, Work, Leadership 4.0” conceived by Peter Jeutter and Ralf Karabasz and published by Markus Dohm, TÜV Rheinland, André Große Jäger, Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, and Klaus Rüffler, DB Systel, give the Authors many suggestions, ideas and practical examples. Based on this book, the authors now present their theses on the world of work of tomorrow in the online event and refer to the latest developments.
The editors Dohm, Große-Jäger and Rüffler contested the first three discussion rounds. Fiducia board member Jörg Staff followed on the changed role of HR manager, on July 15 the Mannheim scientist Jutta Rump spoke about skills that employees absolutely need today, and two weeks later Festo Didactic board member Hans Jörg Stotz spoke about qualifications and further training about Industry 4.0. On August 12th, Alexander Mädche, Professor of Information Systems at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) reported on his current research results on the design of AI-based systems for the working world of tomorrow.
The scientist will be followed by another practitioner on August 26th. Peter Klingenburg is Head of Transformation at T-Systems Digital Solutions. After studying business informatics in Wiesbaden, London and San Diego, he began his professional career in software development, before becoming Head of Product Development at Lycos Europe in 1996.
After co-founding a start-up for advertising space auctions, he was last 12 years managing director of T-Systems Media Solutions, the long-standing market leader in internet agency ratings of the Federal Association of the Digital Economy. From his many years of experience as a “digital transformer”, he wants to name the success factors that are important for the company transformation to succeed.
The organizers of this new format are the Synergie Sales Service, in cooperation with TÜV Rheinland, the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, the Initiative New Quality of Work (INQA) and COMPUTERWOCHE.
The series of events takes place every two weeks – at 4 p.m. and lasts around 45 minutes. On other dates, other high-ranking authors of the book that has just been published will report on their experiences from the currently very moving times. They tell what surprised them – both positively and negatively – and give predictions about what will change and what will remain. In short, they take stock and talk about the consequences of the current upheaval. This series of events is moderated by Michael Schmidt, TÜV Rheinland, Hans Königes, COMPUTERWOCHE and Ralf Karabasz, Synergie.
The book can be requested free of charge. It is also available as a download. More information about the book and Expedition 4.0 can be found at http://www.tuv.com/expedition.
You can register for the online event by e-mail to email@example.com. The event is free of charge. After registration you will receive the technical details for participating in the online event.