Description of the course

The rise of automation and exponential technologies and the pandemic are reshaping the labor market and accelerating the arrival of the future of work.
The workforce of tomorrow needs to rethink how and where they will work, learning how to use technology at their advantage rather than looking at it as a threat. During the course participants will discover how working and learning will evolve in the next few years.


6

Modules

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15

Experts form leading national and international companies

What you will learn

Over the course of the Program, you will analyze the most relevant aspects of the labor market with a specific focus on the main challenges posed by innovation and digitalization, not only to the way we work, but also to management practices, operating systems and infrastructures. Moreover, you will be able to apply the concepts you learn through case studies and examples. Case study discussions, group work and dynamic lectures will give you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge, broaden your skill set, and interact directly with the EIIS faculty.

Admission criteria

Candidates should be professionals with at least 4 years of experience in large, medium-to-large and /or complex organizations.
Admission to the course is based on CV evaluation and assessment of actual motivation and interest about the topic of the course.

Information about the course

The Program, designed in partnership with Oracle, 6 online modules/lectures. Participants will also be given the opportunity to analyze specific cases and to listen to national and international experts. At the end of the course, a certificate of attainment will be achieved upon successful completion of a final challenge.

In collaboration with

Some of the companies our experts work for

Opportunities

By providing an in-depth analysis of the trends shaping the new work era, the Executive Program Future of Work will equip participants with the knowledge and the tools needed to tackle future challenges and increase their employability.

Certificate recorded on the blockchain

At the end of the course you will attain a certificate. Our certificates, however, are far from ordinary. For each certificate a unique code is generated (hash). The latter gets recorded on the Hyperledger blockchain, thus becoming immutable data. Each certificate is identified by a QR code in which we will also incorporate all the course – related contents, your projects, and the information you would like to share with recruiters, colleagues and workmates, relatives and friends.

Leading team

Meet some of the course’s experts. Get ready to be engaged by their incredible passion for the topic!

Emanuele Cacciatore

Senior Director EMEA Industry Strategy & Transformation

Andrea Carugati

Associate Dean for Digitalization, Professor of Information Management Systems at the School of Business and Social Sciences - University of Aarhus

Alice Vatta

Partner and Board member at BPI - Business Performance Institute

Mariangela Lupi

Head of Humanity Development and Education Dept. at The Adecco Group X

Giuseppe Busacca

Executive Director of Customer Operations at TeamSystem

Michele Celada

Executive Director at Russell Reynolds Associate

Nicola Comelli

Content Share & Selection Manager at PHYD

Andrea Martone

Associate professor at Cattaneo University, Director of Research & Studies at von Rundstedt and Managing Partner at Labser management consultancy

Luisella Giani

Head of Industry Transformation at Oracle

UWE NIEHAUS

Founder and Managing Director of BPI - Business Performance Institute

Francesco Stasi

Founder & CEO of BotSupply

Riccardo Scuterini

Partner Industrial & Manufacturing at Key2People

emanuele VEratti

Partner and Head of Bain Digital Italy at Bain & Company

ANDREA LANGFELDER

Business Development Manager HCM at Oracle

Giovanni Sestili

Executive Chairman at Vincix Group

Course program

As a result of the pandemic the world is experiencing new ways of living and working.

The post-Covid19 economy will be shaped by new habits, practices and regulations. The

"Low touch economy" is probably here to stay. From "home delivery of everything" to

local tourism, from "work from home" to healthcare, our world will be very different,

and so will be the world of work. 

 

In this lecture, participants will listen to a panel of experts describe how global macro

trends are shaping the future of work and the main impacts on the labor market and

the workforce. Implications on future job creation will be discussed. Participants will be

asked to provide examples from their own sector and work experiences. 

 

Main questions answered by this module: 

  • What will the future of work look like? 
  • Which jobs that do not exist yet will emerge in the next 5 to 10 years?

The debate over the impacts of automation technologies on jobs and employment is

heated. How many jobs will be created by automation technologies? How many jobs will

be displaced? Tons of reports and papers have been published on the topic. 

 

This lecture will provide an overview of key service automation technologies, mainly

covering robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive

automation (CA), along with a framework to analyze their impacts on jobs and the

workforce. Examples of business applications and related business impacts will be

shared and discussed. 

 

Main question answered by this module: 

  • Is automation creating or displacing jobs?

According to the World Economic Forum, 50% of all employees will need reskilling by

2025 as a result of the "double-disruption" of the pandemic and increasing adoption of

automation technologies. 

This lecture will focus on the current and upcoming "big skill shift" and on the efforts

that organizations and governments will have to put in place to address it. 

Through the analysis of case studies, participants will learn how large organizations are

executing workforce upskilling and reskilling and managing organizational change.

Main question answered by this module: 

  • What are the main implications of changes in the world of work for organizations? 

AI is impacting the full spectrum of HR Management. According to a recent survey by

AIDP (Associazione Italiana per la Direzione del Personale), 58% of HR Directors in Italy

have adopted automated/AI-powered recruiting & selection tools in the last three years.

The intersection of HR and Technology – and the applications of AI in HR process

management are the key topics covered in this lecture. 

 

Through a combination of international and Italian case studies and the contribution of

guest speakers, participants will gain a unique insight on this topic. 

 

Main questions answered by this module:

  • What does the HR Department of the Present look like? 
  • What will it look like in the Future?

Since its birth, the office concept has undergone fundamental changes from the open

plan office to the office as we know it today. 

 

A brief overview of the evolution of the workplace throughout the last two centuries will

be provided. This module will look at how human-centered design and digital+physical

elements are being combined to create a new concept of workplace: the phygital

workplace. 

 

Main questions answered by this module:

  • What will future workplaces look like? 
  • What will be the drivers of design of future workplaces?

As the proportion of tasks currently performed by workers will be either completely

replaced by machines or augmented by a human-machine interface, skills such as

empathy, context sensing, and critical & creative thinking will be increasingly critical to

finding a new job. Moreover, the accelerated obsolescence of knowledge and

competencies requires continuous learning to ensure current and future employability.

As Aaron Dignan, author of "Brave New Work," puts it: "Most four-years technical degrees

teach two years of useless stuff, because the first two years are useless by the time they

graduate"

 

In this lecture participants will gain an insight on what it takes to obtain and maintain a

fulfilling job and remain competitive in the labor market. 

 

Main questions answered by this module: 

  • What do I need to do to increase my employability?

FAQ

The fee includes all the materials provided during the course and participation in the Career Day, where participants will meet with our partner companies.

Participants will receive a final certificate at the end of the course, upon completion of a final challenge. Each certificate is identified by a QR code and recorded on the Hyperledger blockchain. It will incorporate all the course – related contents, projects, and information.

Don’t worry, all course participants will have access to our Digital Campus where you will be able to watch, listen to and read (video, podcast, transcript) almost everything you have missed.
We said almost because it is not possible to find the Live-content among the materials uploaded, so the only way to interact with professors and guest speakers will be that of participating in the live event. We highly recommend it, it will be worth it.

This Executive Program will equip participants with the knowledge and the tools needed to tackle future challenges and increase their employability. EIIS is aimed at creating a strong community of professionals passionate about the same topics: how to get ready for a new era in the job market.

The final challenge will be organized together with our partner Oracle and will consist in solving a real business problem by applying the concepts learned during the lectures. This will give participants the opportunity to put what they have studied into practice and measure themselves with a concrete case.

The course is structured in 6 dynamic, interactive and digital modules. The program director, Emanuele Cacciatore, together with the members of the Faculty will guide you through the course, when you will also have the opportunity to listen to Guest Speakers. 

The lectures will be composed by both live and recorded speeches and explanations and Q&A sessions in which participants will be able to interact with the panel and ask questions on the topics covered during the lecture. 

Lectures will take place online, every Thursday from 6pm to 8pm (GMT+1) and will be starting on April 22, 2021. 

Future of Work
Inside a new labor market era

Next Generation Institute Srl
Palazzo Taverna
Via di Monte Giordano 36
00186 – Roma – Italy


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START

22th April 2021

BROCHURE REQUEST

*required

Duration

12 Hours

Cost

1500 €

Format

OnLine

Title Achieved

Executive Program

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