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Master Class, June 3-7

Future of Work 2019

Are you ready for the future of work? New technologies are steering radical transformation and the jobs of tomorrow will therefore look vastly different from those that are known today. We invite you to a Future of Work Master Class, helping you to prepare for tomorrow’s challenges.

The world is changing. The jobs are changing. Educations are changing. The workforce is changing, and the role of leadership is changing. These conditions will force businesses to change and adapt to new markets in the ever-changing era of business and competition.

The emerging technologies, such as automation, robotics and AI are proving beneficial; however, they also raise difficult and ethical questions for businesses to consider. In a future where technology increasingly becomes an integrated part of work, leadership and education – what will be the implications for people, organizations and societies?

Get a Deeper Insight

Innovation Centre Denmark invites you to the Future of Work Master Class 2019, a one-week intensive learning experience in Silicon Valley. In collaboration with the world’s leading tech companies and research institutions, we will discuss what implications these changing conditions will have on people and organizations. Specifically, the class intends to be thought-provoking and reflective with focus on active learning, hands-on application and experimentation.

We offer a unique possibility in the epicentre of technology, Silicon Valley, to gain tangible insight into technologies such as AI and AR/VR and how these affect the future of work. Additionally, you will learn about the future competencies and lifelong learning from leading tech pioneers.
Anders Christjansen, Sector Expert Innovation Centre Denmark, Silicon Valley

Tentative program

Why GO?

To understand the challenges of new trends and technologies along with the opportunities within your field and organization.

To actively work on your own case/challenge, based on identifying and designing Future of Work solutions.

To become part of a strong Future of Work based network across industries in Denmark and Silicon Valley.

To meet and achieve knowledge from tech pioneers from corporations, institutions, startup and VC's based in the world's epicenter of technology.

To gain tools and competencies to bring home that can be used to strategically navigate through and adapt to the ever-changing market.

The master class is for decision makers and senior leaders, who work within the fields of business development, strategy, industry policy making, leadership and recruitment. It is intended for you who want to help shape your organization’s future. 

So, are you the leader that will navigate your organization towards the future of work?

We will use the knowledge gained at the Future of Work Master Class 2018 to consciously navigate when determining the market and adapting our organization to the forthcoming transformation that doesn't look like anything we have experienced before.
Gitte Pfeffer, Head of International Services Workz

Practical information

When:
June 3-7, 2019

Where: 
Silicon Valley, California, USA

How much:
19.900 DKK per participant (excl. travel costs, meals, and accommodation)

Sign up: 
Secure your spot at the master class, by signing up here before May 1

Meet the Experts from last year's Master class

The speakers for this year will be announced as soon as possible.

Chair for the Future of work, SIngularity University Gary A. Bolles

Gary A. Bolles is an internationally-recognized expert on the future of work and the future of learning. As Chair for the Future of Work for Singularity University, he leads the organization’s efforts to empower a global community with the mindset, skillset, and network to create an abundant future of work and learning.
Keynote title: Trends Shaping the (Near) Future of Work

Data Scientist, Autodesk Yizel Vizcarra

Yizel Vizcarra is a Data Scientist at Autodesk, who has been working on the project of Autodesk's AI-based virtual agent, AVA, who supports 100,000 customer service conversations a month. The AVA project reduced resolution times by 99% and cut costs from $15 - $200 per ticket to under $1.
Keynote title: Emerging Technologies Behind the Buzzwords: AI in Practice

Head of business, asana CHris Farinacci

Chris Farinacci is head of business at Asana, leading the company's business growth and go-to-market efforts, including sales, marketing, business development and customer operations. Before joining Asana, Chris led global marketing for Google’s enterprise and education businesses, responsible for helping scale it to a multi-billion-dollar business.
Keynote title: Future of Leadership

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