Past-event: Catch up by watching it on demand.
Being digital means being more human. We live in a digital world where personalization is the focal point for success. How can companies combine the benefits of automation with increased customization?
But you can catch-up with our speakers insights in video form.
Meet our experts from Digital Works, Schenker, Tele2 and Chalmers School of Technology when they share their experiences and predictions.
Associate Director, Cognizant Business Consulting
VP Center for the Future of Work
Euan is a long standing expert in the business and IT services landscape. A respected speaker and thinker, Euan has guided many Fortune 500 firms into the dynamics surrounding business, technology and sourcing with his thought provoking research and advisory skills. The Center for the Future of Work examines how work is changing in response to the emergence of new technologies, new business practices and new workers.
Head of Business Development Schenker Logistics
General Manager Shared Services,
Kim Leandersson started as a trainee at Tele2 in 2008. Today he is the General Manager at the rapidly growing Shared Service Center in Riga.
Associate Professor, Project Leader CSILab,
Åsa Fast-Berglund is an Associate Professor in Information Management at the division of production system which focus on Levels of Automation, task and resource allocation. Åsa's research area focuses at how and why companies chose different automation solutions and what consequences this choice has on the work environment for the operators. The Levels of Automation is measured and analysed based on two different focuses: physical automation and cognitive automation. The Physical automation treats different mechanical tools i.e WITH WHAT to assemble. The cognitive automation treats different types of ICT tools and supervision tools i.e HOW, WHAT to assemble and situation awareness.
The aim is that companies can design a production system in a structured way with the most advantageous cognitive and physical Level of Automation to cope with future changes. This will result in competitive benefits such as; Flexibility - the ability to adapt to the changes, both internal and external.
Proactivity - the ability to transform unplanned changes to planned without losses in effectiveness and profitability.