Futurium Director Stefan Brandt talks to top manager and HR expert Janina Kugel about the future of work
Futurium Director Stefan Brandt talks to top manager and HR expert Janina Kugel about issues surrounding the future of work at "Let's talk about".
GUEST OF THE EVENING
After studying economics in Mainz and Verona, Janina Kugel initially worked for an international management consultancy.
Later, she moved to Siemens AG, where, after several positions in Germany and abroad, she took on responsibility for 38,000 employees as Chief Human Resources Officer in 2015.
As one of the few women in top positions, she gained an enormous reputation - far beyond the German-speaking world - as a thought leader on the most important issues of the future.
At the beginning of 2020, Janina Kugel left Siemens AG and has since been active as a supervisory board member and senior advisor. She is a member of international advisory boards in education, culture and business and also advises the German government.
-> Venue: Forum
-> Admission is free of charge.
-> Registration is required. Remaining tickets can be purchased directly on site.
-> Event language: German
-> The event will be streamed live on the YouTube channel and will be available there as a video afterwards.
PHOTO & VIDEO
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About the discussion series:
One guest, one topic - that's the concept behind "Let's talk about...". In this series of talks, Stefan Brandt, director of the Futurium, dedicates himself to an extraordinary guest. What all of the discussion partners have in common is that, due to their activities, they have special opportunities for shaping our future.
The talks want to break away from the usual talk mechanics. Sufficient time is to be devoted to a future topic and a guest, in order to be able to deepen approaches to solutions and to point out connections.
(Program in German)
We do apologize that the following information is currently only available in German.