26 April 2023
09:30 - 10:45
DEBATE. Meeting the demands of the job market/Jobs and work in the future
Dynamic changes on the job market – the outcome of rapid technological advancement. Is education catching up? What skills to develop so as to work in an attractive company and industry. Sectors with particular potential for those now entering the job market: IT, energy, e-commerce, logistics, finance and insurance, law and taxes. New specialisations: what do they offer, what do they require? Employee dilemmas in an unpredictable environment. Specialisation or versatility? Stability or independence? Possessions or growth?
14:30 - 15:30
DEBATE. New leadership
Features of young leaders in times of VUCA. Charisma, responsibility, ability to influence others. How to combine the opposites: resilience, flexibility, sensitivity. New management models. Challenges for leaders and their teams. Effective and inspiring leadership vs experience, generational differences, diversity.
ABB's technology expert. For over 18 years, he has been consistently building his design, research and development experience in the company. In 2019, he took over the management of the Corporate Technology Center of the ABB Group, setting the directions for its development. This unit, by combining cloud platforms, the Internet of Things (IoT), automation, and advanced data analytics, creates solutions in the area of production management for the discrete industry, food and petrochemical industries, electromobility, efficient use and storage of energy, intelligent buildings, as well as digital solutions for marine units.
Przemysław is jointly responsible for research and development projects that result in products and services that allow ABB's customers and partners to operate more efficiently, economically, and environmentally.
Passionate programmer, for many years, fascinated with digital technologies and defining future interfaces and methods of human-machine, machine-machine cooperation.
15:30 - 16:00
Major trends, topics addressed by the forum, the most important themes that came up during panels. Acknowledgments.