International Days of Competences for the Future is a unique opportunity to present the results of scientific work in a single place and time, and to exchange practical experience in the field of broad-based management. The special emphasis will be placed on the Future Competencies.
New Technologies change the Labor Market. Artificial Intelligence (AI), Neural Networks, Machine Learning, Robotics, IVR systems (Interactive Voice Response) and NLP (Natural Language Processing) are developing drastically fast. The changes affect not only the field of computerization and automation, but also other creative industries. It is estimated that more than half of the existing occupations may disappear over the next 20 years due to technological changes*. It is worth discussing and anticipating the consequences of these changes today.
September 7-8 2017, the 18th European Conference on Knowledge Management – ECKM has took place in Barcelona. Ph.D.Eng. Maciej Szafrański, Ph.D. Eng. Marek Goliński, Ph.D. Eng. Magdalena Graczyk-Kucharska, a researchers at the Faculty of Management Engineering at the Poznan University of Technology, presented an article titled “The Method of Designing Reference Models of Workstations”, co-created with Ph.D. Eng. Małgorzata Spychała.The conference is generally attended by participants from more than 40 countries and attracts an interesting combination of academic scholars, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of Knowledge Management.
Project Meeting “The acceleration method of development of transversal competences in the students’ practical training process” that is supported by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Leadership in the Age of Industry 4.0 and Smart Factory Workshops for key companies in Wielkopolska Region are organized withing the project „Time for Professionals BIS – professional Wielkopolska” co-finansed with the European Union under the European Social Fund.
Lunch Break B For participants of the workshops „Leadership in the Age of Industry 4.0 and Smart Factory”.
Scott Erickson, Professor of Marketing in the School of Business at Ithaca College, NY. Subject of the lecture: „Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management in an Age of Big Data”