Il ciclo di eventi online #LabTalks, organizzato sinergicamente dai Laboratori Aperti di Modena, Ferrara, Forlì, Ravenna e Piacenza! L’iniziativa vuole dare spazio a idee, progetti e persone in grado di costruire un dialogo ed una comunità legati all’innovazione e alle sfide contemporanee, dalla stampa 3D al futuro del lavoro, dall’internazionalizzazione delle startup alla scuola 3.0.

Ciascun evento, della durata di un’ora, coinvolgerà 2 esperti italiani ed internazionali che, con l’aiuto di un moderatore, si confronteranno su un singolo tema.

LAB TALK #6

📅 Mercoledì, 8 Aprile 2020 | ore 16:00

“The future of work”, con Jeffrey Brown e Stefano Besana

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🎙Il Talk

Companies are automating routine tasks, so the types of work that people will do will change. And that change is forcing workers to expand their abilities beyond their current roles. These competencies are not just about understanding and working with technology but about problem solving, critical thinking, interpreting data, and strategically using digital information. Let’s talk about that with Jeffrey Brown and Stefano Besana.

👥 Gli ospiti

Stefano Besana has been a digital organisation strategist for the past 14 years. He was involved in projects on the digital workplace, digital transformation, social business strategy, brand reputation, web monitoring, customer engagement, social CRM, intranet 2.0, social learning, brand communities, Social Network Analysis, social media strategies, open innovation, crowdsourcing, and collaborative solutions to empower the organizations. Professor and lecturer for several business schools and Universities (MIP – Politecnico di Milano, Università Cattolica di Milano, Sole24Ore Business School) about the use of social media inside and outside organizations, brand positioning and digital technologies applied to business fields.

Jeffrey Brown leads projects and thought leadership on artificial intelligence, the future of work, and, more broadly, new technologies and their impact on international affairs. He builds networks and platforms – such as “the-future-of-work.org” – to help policymakers, business leaders, and citizens advance innovative strategy and policy for the digital age. His writing and videos have been featured in Axios, Politico, Forbes, Euractiv, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Wilson Quarterly, and he has spoken at the OECD, Politico, the Paris Peace Forum, the Rockefeller Foundation, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the City of New York, and at various diplomatic missions.

Il moderatore

Fabio Sgaragli, Head of Innovation of the Giacomo Brodolini Foundation. In this role, he coordinates the activities and projects of ten centres for open innovation. Expert in urban policies for local development and social innovation, he collaborates with a number of companies across Europe and is the editor of a number of publications on the topic. From 2012 to 2015 he was consultant for the capitalization and dissemination processes of the Secretariat of URBACT II, ​​the European funding program for European city networks for peer learning. Former founder and manager of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global Sustainability group, he has overseen business innovation projects in more than 30 countries around the world.