The industrial landscape is currently undergoing a comprehensive transformation. Digitization is fundamentally changing technologies, products and the economy. Connected products and processes strive for connected organizations and thus for a changing understanding of leadership and organization.
Rigid hierarchies are increasingly being supplemented and partly replaced by self-controlling, lateral network structures.
In this keynote, I will show how a rethink is currently taking place in numerous companies of different sizes and industries. The tension between stability and agility and its relevance for innovative strength will become tangible for everyone present. It will become clear what this development can mean in concrete terms for managers, employees and decision-makers and how a transformation towards an alternative understanding of management and organization is possible, especially in traditional, hierarchical companies.
Managers and executives of small, medium-sized and large companies
Watch my Keynote on the future of Human Resources Management hold in 2015 in Vienna
My book Human Resources Strategies deals to a large extend with leadership in times of digitization. HR strategies must always follow the way you want to lead.
Diversity has nothing to do with statistical distribution of demografic variables within teams. It is rather about valuing individuality