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Challenges of Remote Working - Leadership and Technology

Challenges of Remote Working - Leadership and Technology

Written by Barbara Hofleitner | Reviewed by Michael Gizicki-Neundlinger

Created on: 28 Oct 2020 | Updated on: 29 Mar 2021

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

On November 26th, our new series of Online Dialogues to co-design the future of work was kicked-off.

Review the event here and:

  1. Learn how to lead virtual teams and to support leaders in driving individual, team and organizational performance in a virtual world
  2. Explore emerging technologies that support remote working, such as AI and virtual or augmented reality
  3. Find out what role policy can play and how we can ensure that responsible innovation is considered.

Listen to the experts:

  • Sabine Aigner, partner at SPENCER STUART, a global executive search and leadership consulting firm, showed how to ensure high levels of motivation, trust and effectiveness.
  • Jan Hickisch, Vice President Global Portfolio Strategy and Marketing at UNIFY, an Atos company, gave insights on the technologies that will shape our future home offices.
  • Stefan Schennach, Member of the COUNCIL OF EUROPE and former Chairperson of the Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development, explained how we can put technology to the service of the people.

Facilitated by André Martinuzzi, Coordinator of the LIVING-INNOVATION project and head of the Institute for Managing Sustainability at WU Vienna.

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