Digital Transformation and New Work

Conférence, Cours public
Ouvert au grand public
31.10.2023 17:15 - 18:45

Digital Society public lecture by Dr. Sarah Genner
Digital Expert, Lecturer, Board Member

Digital transformation is reshaping the world of work. This presentation delves into the evolution of automation, dispels common misconceptions about technology's impact on the labor market, and offers insights into current debates surrounding the concept of 'new work'.

Dr. Sarah Genner is a digital expert, consultant, and board member. With an academic and professional background that spans Zurich, Berlin, and Harvard, she is a lecturer at various universities and provides guidance to organizations on digital transformation and new work initiatives. Additionally, she serves on three Boards of Directors.
31.10.2023 17:15 - 18:45
Site PER 21 / Salle A230
Bd de Pérolles 90, 1700 Fribourg
Anna Jobin
Blvd. de Pérolles 90
1700 Fribourg
Dr. Sarah Genner, Digital Expert, Lecturer, Board Member

CYCLE d'événements:
Digital Society: Digital Transformation in Society and Culture

This interdisciplinary lecture series is organized by the new Master minor programme "Digital Society". It presents various issues and areas of research in digital society and culture. What are the major contemporary challenges? Who are the major players and their roles, what are the stakes?
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