Round table – “Human side of Industry 4.0”
We are working and living in time where working place and business models are significantly changing. How we used to work 5-10-20 years ago is no longer the case – and this impacts every type of organization and person – big corporations, ordinary people, freelancers, government institutions, big partners, garage startups… . Mentioning just few topics: changing geography of production/distribution value chains, data democratization, ubiquitous high-speed mobile internet, artificial intelligence, widespread adoption of big data analytics, cloud technology, machine to machine communication, predictive maintenance, robotization, VR/AR, mobile workplace, store of the future, IoT, edge industry computers, remote monitoring, digitalization and digitization, multichannel communication, blur between work and personal life, workforce mobility, significant shift on the frontier between humans and machines when it comes to existing work tasks, growing skills instability …
In this fast changing world and latest industry revolution – where do you see your workplace, your company, your profession, your customer going? What is your strategy to address skills gap? With so much digital technology in our live today where do humans fit?
Industry 4.0 created not only new workplaces but also new roles and professions. Repetitive tasks performed by workers are rapidly decreasing and today we can focus on creative/added-value tasks more than ever.
How did your company and you use this new environment to be better provider of services and products?
Come and discuss those hot topics with people that do it successfully every day.
Šibenik 9 Tuesday, 15:45 - 16:15
Economist, Business Analyst and IT expert specialized in delivering modern Business Intelligence and Data Analytics solutions. Over 15 years of practical experience on different projects in different industries solving many interesting business challenges. Speaks language of business as well as IT. Programming and data exploration knowledge are combined with broad business knowledge of processes and business practice. As head of Business intelligence in company ADD he is responsible for strategic and operational development of major companies’ area. In addition, he assists Microsoft with technical pre-sales expertise related to Business Intelligence focusing on Azure Data Platform (Azure Analytics).
Šibenik 9 Tuesday, 17:15 - 17:45
Šibenik 9 Tuesday, 15:15 - 15:45
Šibenik 9 Tuesday, 16:45 - 17:15
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