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Mar 9—11, 2020
3 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 1690 ≈USD 1880
EUR 563 per day

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The digital revolution is a complex and ubiquitous phenomenon, touching upon all aspects of social, political and economic life. Institutions in the private and public sector like political parties, public administrations, civil society organisations, companies and associations are changing the way they work or the provision of services, among others. This seminar will address the following key questions: How does technology change organisations, processes and culture? What are the implications for skill demand in organisations and how should they be addressed? It will also consider the implications of rapidly shifting citizen and customer expectations. Furthermore, participants will be enabled to better understand the resulting implications for leadership and management in public and private organisations.

This seminar combines academic and practitioners perspectives on the scale and scope of the digital transformation in politics, business and society. Participants will get insights into the impact by policy field and actionable insights for policymaking and organisational governance.

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Svenja Falk

Svenja Falk is Managing Director in Accenture, a fellow at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and honorary professor at the Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen. She designs global strategies and research programmes in areas such as future of work, digital transformation and public management...

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