Experience how the IT Workplace of the future will look like - now

An diesem Event werden IT Workplace Innovationen anhand von realisierten Projekten in der Schweiz und International vorgestellt.

Zudem werden neue und zukünftige IT Workplace Produkte und Services von führenden Anbietern in einer Ausstellung und Live Demos gezeigt werden.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch.

Letzter Event

Dieser Event wird organisiert von:


  • 13:30
    The digital workplace: new technologies, same old story?
    Dr. Nadine Bienefeld, Researcher, ETH Zürich
  • 14:30
    Führung bei mobil-flexibler Arbeit vorstellen
    Katrina Welge, Dozentin & Studiengangleiterin , Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
  • 15:30
    Audio and video conferencing solutions
    Mike Adams, Channel Manager EMEA, Zoom Video Communications
  • 17:30
    Ausstellung, Networking & Apèro
    • Business laptops/touchpads/mobiles
    • Audio and Video conferencing
    • Mobile device and enterprise mobility management
    • Cloud solutions (AWS, Azure,...)


Katrina Welge

Seit 2009

Dozentin an der Hochschule für Angewandte Psychologie, Studiengangleiterin MAS Corporate Development in Kooperation mit der Hochschule für Wirtschaft FHNW, Studienleiterin CAS Work Smart Management

Seit 2005

Systemische Organisationsberaterin für Unternehmens- und Kulturentwicklung:

Management Coach,

Sparringspartnerin, Moderatorin;

Change Management Partner AG, D-A-CH Region


ICF Zertifizierung, Basel

International Coaching Federation-Zertifizierung beim Weiterbildungsforum Basel in lösungsorientiertem Kurzzeit-Coaching nach Steve De Shazer und Insoo Kim Berg

2001 – 2004

Managerin/ Unternehmensberaterin:

Change Management bei Restrukturierung, Technologie-Implementierung und Fusion (PMI); PricewaterhouseCoopers, Europa

1999 – 2001

Profit-Center-Leiterin: Key Account für E-Learning , E-Commerce und HR-Qualifizierungen; Klett WBS, D

1997 – 1999

Bildungsreferentin/ Projektleiterin: Projektmanagement für Innovationsprogramme im Bildungsbereich; Klett WBS, D

1994 – 1996

Dipl. Anthropologin: Anthropologisch-Soziologische Forschungsarbeit in interdisziplinärem Team; Landesdenkmalamt Baden-Württemberg, D

Mike Adams

Mike Adams has been in the tech industry for more than 25 years, including roles at Apple, HP and Polycom.

Mike loves to evangelise the latest workplace technology innovations, and has delivered thousands of demos, presentations and keynotes to senior enterprise clients and partners.

Mike currently manages and develops all Zoom technology partners in Europe, Middle-East & Africa, and promotes the workplace of the future powered by Zoom.

Dr. Nadine Bienefeld

Digitization and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based decision-making technologies bring a bounty of possibilities to make our lives better and safer.

We still do not know, however, how easily such technologies are adopted by human end users and how the quality of decisions can be improved, especially in situations that require the work of interdisciplinary teams or multi-team systems.

Related to this issue are questions regarding social acceptance, ethics, accountability and whether human operators can make sense of or - if necessary - override decision-making algorithms, which due to methods such as deep learning are no longer readable to humans.

In my current role as a post-doctoral researcher at ETH Zurich, I am particularly excited to find answers to these questions and apply them to the field of medicine, where making the right decisions truly matters.

For this purpose, I rely on theories from social and organizational psychology, human factors, neurosciences, and data science and combine qualitative with quantitative methods.

I hold a Ph.D. in Organization – Work & Technology from ETH Zurich, an MSc in Psychology from University of Zurich and have held various leadership positions in both industry and academia, most recently as head of the Centre for Human Resources, Development and Sports Psychology at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Applied Psychology.


Dieser Event ist nur auf Einladung und mit einer Global Hightech Connect Association Membership kostenfrei besuchbar.
Regulärer Eintrittspreis: 490 CHF