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working worlds in 2035

Lecture by
Sven Gabor Janszky

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working worlds in 2035

working worlds in 2035

In a cross-industry scenario, Jánszky describes an imaginary working day of a person in the year 2035. The example is developed anew each year by 200 selected managers and industry heads at the future congress of the "most innovative think tank in Germany". Futurologist Sven Gábor Jánszky takes his viewers on a journey through time to the year 2035 and the future of the working world. What will work, leadership and colleagues look like in the future? On a fascinating tour of the world and in particular the offices of the future, with demographic change always firmly in view, Sven Gábor Jánszky explains key visions of the future and the changes in the working world of various industries.
The next ten years will be shaped above all by the impact of artificial intelligence (AI). In an increasingly digital world, colleagues will be replaced in part by voice assistants and communication between managers and employees will take new paths. Futurologist Sven Gabor Janszky was one of the first strategy consultants to predict this back in 2008 in his book "2020 - This is how we will live in the future." A little later, he then described the consequences for the future of the working world in his book "2025 - So arbeiten wir in der Zukunft" (2025 - This is how we will work in the future).
Today, Janszky is one of the most high-profile strategic thought leaders on artificial intelligence in Europe. He doesn't get lost in technical details. His focus is on how artificial intelligence will change customers, products and processes. He clearly describes the strategic consequences for companies like no other: These will become Predictive Enterprises with adaptive products, predictive enterprise software and business models that need to be faster than real-time.
Sven Gábor Jánszky explains the future challenges for companies with their executives and employees. He lets you see in a vivid way how our real life will be concretely on a normal working day of the year 2035. But what does normal mean? In the course of the demographic change in the world of work, we are experiencing full employment and job nomads, lifelong knowledge coaches and robots explaining work to us, companies without managers and employees - the unemployed without a future, education mayors and the election campaign slogan: everyone study! Company founders at 60, retirement age at 80, etc. Discover the most innovative trends and greatest opportunities for your future. A gripping journey through time to the working worlds of 2035!

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