Trend Forum - review 2014
“More knowledge, more opportunity”
At the ORGATEC Trendforum you could expect the following highlights:
- Tuesday morning: presentation of the “Work & Mobility” research project from Professor Ulrich Nether and Professor Rebekka Reich (professors of engineering at the Detmold School for Architecture and Interior Design at University of Applied Sciences, Ostwestfalen-Lippe)
- Tuesday afternoon, Constanze Buchheim, i-potentials GmbH Chief Executive Officer, Frau Orsolya Nemes, Presentation Designer, Storyteller & Trainer and Dr Magnus Tessner, partner at ifp consulting specialising in the automotive industry and in trade, will report on and discuss the varying needs of three separate generations working within one office.
- Wednesday morning, international consulting firm Gensler will share insights into new strategies embedded in specific client industries. They will demonstrate how companies in these industries are working with clients to share those best practices across industries to help identify competitive advantages.
- Wednesday afternoon: panel discussion on the topic of working culture. Join leaders from the International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
- Thursday : Gamification Day. Here, companies such as SAP, Rabobank or Centigrade will demonstrate how employee commitment can be improved by implementing playful elements.
- On Friday, trend expert Birgit Gebhardt will present the next phase of her “NEW WORK ORDER” project in the form of an in-depth study. Birgit Gebhardt will be supported by Christian Beinke and Patrick Kenzler of the Berlin Innovation Agency Dark Horse GmbH.
- NEW on Friday afternoon: "Open Space or Cellular Office 2.0?", "10 theses on working and the office of the future” Bernd Fels, if5 GmbH & Co. KG, „Knowledge Space“ Dietmar Leyk, Principal Architect / Director Leyk Wollenberg Architects BDA, Panel discussion with today’s speakers
- Birgit Gebhardt will close the Trend Forum on Saturday morning with the presentation “NEW WORK ORDER-PIONEERS – Their opportunities, challenges and channels on the way to a connected work culture”.