How will automation and digitization affect the most operational and common functions in the world of work? What jobs will prevail and what skills will be needed in the future? The emergence of artificial intelligence, the internet of things, big data, robotics and digital platforms can be a huge opportunity or a big challenge for business leaders.
ISS Iberia and Esade are organizing the Connect through the Workplace conference cycle, which aims to analyze and discuss the main trends and strategies that companies should integrate into their business models in order to anticipate future volatility. The cycle will be led and coordinated by the ESADE Institute for Social Innovation.
In this second session, which will take place in virtual format next Thursday, November 5 at 9:30 a.m., the key characteristics of the worker of the future will be analyzed and how digitization and automation can be levers for innovation, change and upgrading. Of employment.
The session will feature Alex Díaz, Director of IT and Service Center of Excellence at ISS Facility Services; Enrique Santiago, Territorial Director of Large Mediterranean Clients of Telefónica; Liliana Arroyo, digital social innovation specialist and head of the Reshaphing Work Barcelona scientific committee, led by Sonia Ruiz, researcher at the ESADE Institute for Social Innovation.
Connect via the workplace
During this cycle of four sessions, it will be approached, through a dialogue between experts of the sector, Esade and ISS, how organizations and companies should integrate four key lines of action in vision, management and impact. of their company: social purpose, sustainability and circular economy, diversified and inclusive talent management and digitization in 21st century workplaces.