Do digitized workplaces improve people engagement and productivity?

For more than a decade, the bulk of transactional and routine tasks is being automated. In parallel, robotics and artificial intelligence are taking on an increasing number of high value functions in areas such as accounting, recruitment, strategic planning, customer service, logistics, among many others.
Today, the challenge for HR is not only ensuring the right processes, systems and technology are in place, but also assessing how work gets done, redefining the new skills to develop, judging which new role people must play, and reshaping the HR operating model at the intersection of humans and technology. Moreover, HR must ensure that the digitized workplace complies with the company’s culture, labor law and social governance. Last but not least, HR must give a very close attention on how to reskill and redeploy workers displaced by technology.

The HR Executive Circle – Antwerp Chapter has the pleasure to invite you to join a great debate of ideas and experiences with other HR leaders from different organizations and industries, and to get actionable ideas on how to overcome the challenges and exploit the opportunities of the digitized workplace.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AND PANELISTS
– Mrs. Hilde Maes, Corporate General Manager Workforce of the Future, KBC
– Mrs. Evelyne Van Vosselen, EMEA Director Leadership & Organizational Development, Bridgestone
– Mr. Filip Tilleman, Lawyer & Associate, Tilleman van Hoogenbemt
– Mrs. Femke Aerts, Senior Manager People & Organization, PwC

KEY THEMES ADRESSED DURING THE SESSION
+ Envisioning a workplace that is increasingly digitized, versatile, agile and automated
+ Reskilling and redeploying workers displaced by technology
+ Revamping the HR operating model with focus on new digital capabilities, organizational effectiveness, best technology fit and clear metrics
+ Keeping aligned and compliant with work regulation rules and culture
+ Redesign jobs and compensation models to reward productivity and contribution to business value

(personal invitation only)

Programma

16.30: Welcome
17.00: Roundtable debate and insights
19.30: Cocktail & Executive Dinner
21.15: End of the session

Roundtable panel:
> Filip Tilleman, Lawyer& Associate, Tilleman van Hoogenbemt
> Hilde Maes, Corporate General Manager Workforce of the Futur, KBC
> Evelyne Van Vosselen, EMEA Director Leadership & Organizational Development, Bridgestone
> Femke Aerts, Senior Manager People & Organization, PwC

Sprekers

Filip Tilleman

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Details

Do digitized workplaces improve people engagement and productivity?

Datum
07 mei 2019
Startuur
16:30
Einduur
21:15
Sprekers
Filip Tilleman
Locatie
Paleis, Meir 50, Antwerpen