What makes the GenZ tick? How does it want to work and what does that mean for my company? These are the questions that Susanne Schöb and Lukas Unterholzner (Critical Friends) will address in their workshop. It is about the shortage of skilled workers, values, innovative strength and transformational performance — topics that are particularly relevant for entrepreneurs, employees in the areas of HR or company culture.
Get to know each other:
09:45 Welcome Coffee & Networking
10:15 Welcome and outlook on the day
10:45 a.m. Impulse on the working world of the future
11:15 a.m. Q+A
11:30 a.m. Short break
The working world of a new generation — How do companies remain attractive and fit for the future?
11:45 a.m. Introduction Workshop day, approach
12:00 Discover based on the question “What vision of a working world of the future can we derive from the previous impulse?” Illustrated by the questions: Why? How? What?
13:00 Lunch break
13:30 Disrupt based on the question Why/How and What are companies working on today?
14:00 Deliver using the questions What discrepancies are we facing? We compare our visionary ideas and identify levers to move from today to tomorrow.
15:00 Short break
15:15 Pitches of the results of the group work to each other.
15:45 Open facilitated conversation based on the question “What do we learn from the discrepancies?” between the groups
16:15 “Something to take home and remember”
17:00 Official end
Susanne Schöb is Co-Founder and Managing Director of CRITICAL FRIENDS, TEDxYouth@Munich , curator, social scientist M.A. and consultant for stakeholder management, innovation and sustainability in companies.
Lukas Unterholzner is a transformation designer M.A., specialized in topics such as circular economy, bioeconomy, digitalization and holistic responsible design.
Tickets 39 €
Reduction for members of bayern design forum e.V. and for students: 19 €.
The workshop is part of the Social Design Days Nuremberg (October 11 — 13, 2023) by bayern design. The Social Design Days Nuremberg are sponsored and supported by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Nuremberg for Middle Franconia and the Economic Development of the City of Nuremberg.