Capitalising from digital disruption
Re-engineering HR practices and European organisations
How does Europe stand compared to other continents? Is it too late for Europe to lead the digital revolution? Could digitalisation be an opportunity for the re-industrialisation of Europe? What will the impact be on jobs and required competencies? What are the consequences on working modes? How can European companies manage their own digital transformation? What is the specific role of HR teams?
Keynote speech by Yves BAROU
- Philippe LI, “A digital momentum in Korea”
Session 1 – The digital transformation’s impact on businesses, competencies and jobs
Chaired by Dirk SCHNEEMANN and Xavier BROSETA
- Xavier BROSETA, Air France-KLM HR Director: The future or airlines companies at stake?
- Jérôme NANTY and Véronique SUBILEAU, Transdev
- Claudia EDER, ÖBB: Digitalisation as top priority for the rail sector and its future
Session 2 – The digital transformation’s impact on working modes, management methods and collaborative working
Chaired by Bernard PERRY
Introduced by Gilles BABINET, digital champion, representing France for Digital maters at the European Commission – serial entrepreneur: A systemic revolution for work and companies and Bruno METTLING, Orange, Deputy CEO, author of the report: “Digital transformation and life at work”
- Steve JEFFERYS: Responsible autonomy and direct control: the strategic challenges of smart technologies
- Stephen BEVAN, The Institute for Employment Studies: Working Anywhere – Digital Disruption to the Idea that Work is a Place.
- Jozef NIEMIEC, ETUC: The trade unions’ point of view
Session 3 – Companies’ own digital transformation
Chaired by Philippe VIVIEN – Introduction
- Ludovic GUILCHER: 12 challenges to deliver a digital transformation
- Hervé BORENSZTEJN, Heidrick & Struggles: New skills for tomorrow’s leaders in a digital world: a new leadership reference frame
- Jérôme JULIA, Kea&Partners: Survival kit for HR managers in a digital world