If we have learned one thing over the last few years, it is that employees crave flexibility and purpose when it comes to their work. However, 80% of European business leaders struggle with technological and cultural challenges caused by more fluid work models. So, the journey to achieve both productivity and a work culture that makes employees want to stay continues.
In a macroeconomic environment that creates continued uncertainty, many turn to automation to fast-track their business towards work transformation.
Automation has the potential to change the way we work forever - augmenting the capabilities of individuals by automating some of their more mundane activities and making space for innovation and purpose. Generative AI especially can substantially increase labor productivity, but as of today, many questions related to its evolution and impact remain unanswered.
Business leaders will need to remain flexible to adapt to a Future of Work that is changing rapidly under the combined pressures of new work models and rapidly advancing job automation.
We build each edition of the Xchange event by starting dialogue with industry leaders, which helps us to create the best independent content. Meet the Advisory Board Members for this year!
Head of HR Center of Excellence International
HR Data Driven Specialist, Reale Mutua Assicurazioni
Ann Boije af Gennäs
Head of Digital Innovations, Fortum
SCOR | Life Business unit – Head of Operational Agility, Scor
Head of People and Organization Staff & Services, Enel Group
Senior Director Business & Digital Transformation, AstraZeneca
CIO, Irish Government
Head of Assesment Architecture, Glasford
Chief Marketing Officer, UK & Ireland, JLL
Global Accessibility Office Lead & Global inclusion and Care support, Schneider Electric
Angelica Di Montefiano
Human Resources Director, ABS Ingegneria srl
Member of the Executive Board | People & Business Services | Chief People Officer, Atruvia AG
Registration & Networking lunch
IDC Greetings & Welcome
Enabling a Human-first Future of Work
Mine-clearing after the Hybrid Work Rush – From Efficiency To Flexibility
Bringing Digital to the Frontline
Coffee & Networking; One-to-Ones Meetings
Why remote IT management is still a problem
Painless Security in flexible work environments
The Purpose-led Future of Work – beyond the “E” in ESG
Coffee & Networking; One-to-Ones Meetings
Workshops (Parallel Sessions)
Networking & Refreshment Break; One-to-One Meetings
Gala Dinner with games and speeches
After Dinner Drinks
At our Xchange events you will hear from IDC analysts, the experts behind our research. They will help to expand your knowledge and discover new approaches to ensure you make smarter business decisions. In addition you will hear from guest keynote speakers and experienced professionals.
The agenda is continuously updated in the lead up to the event, so please check back for the upto date speaker list.
Group Vice President, European Enterprise Research, IDC
Research Director, MacroTech, Digital Business & Future of Work, IDC Europe
Associate Research Director, European Future of Work, IDC
Senior Research Analyst, Digital Business & Future of Work, IDC Europe
Senior Research Manager, IDC
Research Manager, IDC
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