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Successful Implementation of Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing - Volkswagen Tour



Delegates get insights into major trends underlying ongoing demographic, technological, sociological and cultural transformations.
Also will learn required demands and transformation role of HR, illustrated by practical use cases already in place at pioneering companies and large corporations.


  • Discover how digitalisation and data analytics can help to transform the HR function in decision making and managing a company
  • Explore new ways to build on talents and create a true learning culture
  • Win the war of talents for millennials
  • Learn the most effective methods of Digital recruitment
  • Prepare for the latest trends in manufacturing work and find the most suitable applications
  • How Industry 4.0 technologies will impact a qualification needs


The Industrial Revolution 4.0 will work faster than previous industrial evolutions due to the use of technology. The biggest change will be in the form of how we work and the jobs we perform today.
In most cases, employees will require retraining and new training in learning how to operate new applications The challenge for senior management is trying to keeping up with the new trends while running the business.


DAY 1 Strategy and white collars

  • Registration
  • Digitali zation - what does it mean for companies, our jobs and me
    • The actual trends in our world, open and wide view on the topic.
    • How digitalization is enabling to transform organizations and company structures?
    • New business models and technology and its impact on workplace.
    • Where is the current digital transformation now and where it is heading?
    • The determination of the digital development stage.
  • Coffee break
  • Lecture "Agility and enthusiasm can't be dictated - reaching business goals a different way"
    • Future workplace strategies - the role of the (virtual) workplace in delivering on digital business strategies.
    • How to define the right demands for your future infrastructure based on the corporate strategy and the evolutionary grade of a company.
    • Social collaboration - opportunities and threats and why personal encounters will be the key to success.
  • Luch break
  • Embedding innovation into daily business
    • Second Place as the basis for disruptive transformation.
    • How transformation processes can be managed in existing organizations.
  • Millenials - expectations of the digital natives and how to win the war of talents
    • The Evolution of Work.
    • Form employee to a contractor – what we can learn from freelancers.
    • Meaningfulness: how to create this win-win situation.
    • Work-life-balance: an old topic or getting more relevant than ever?
    • Flexibility in place and time: how to embed the digital workplace in daily processes.
  • Digital Recruitment and Automated Talent Sourcing: workshop
    • Setting robot to start automated Talent sourcing: Approaching 300 selected candidates with less than 5 clicks.
    • Targetting specific the group of candidates: Hitting 1000 views of my job position description for less than 12 €.
    • Linkedin re-targeting campaigns: Setting re-engagement with people who visited my web pages.
    • Activity tracking: Setting prioritizing of talent sourcing and recruitment process flow.
    • Human to Human recruitment approach and candidate engagement.
  • Site visits of 2-3 progressive workspaces in Vienna

DAY 2 Blue collars

  • The latest trends in manufacturing work – Where we are now and where we go?
    • Personalized Products and lot size 1.
    • Demographic change and changing workforce needs.
    • New technologies and a new division of labour/workforce.
  • Coffee break
  • Automation of manufacturing work trends
    • Human-robot collaboration
    • Impact on work, task organization and workplaces
    • Challenges for implementation
  • Luch break
  • Digitali zation of manufacturing work : use cases and real-life applications
    • Digital performance and management
    • Remote monitoring and control- examples
    • Social media at a shop-floor level
    • Cognitive ergonomics
  • Coffee break
  • Impact of Industry 4.0 on qualification requirements
    • Expected changes in qualifications and education
    • Worker acceptance-critical success factors
    • Strategies to enhance people’s willingness to engage in new technology adoption
    • Use Cases and success stories


Univ. Prof. Sebastian Schlund

Profesor at the Technische Universität Wien Human-Centered Cyber-Physical Production and Assembly Systems at the Department of Management Science

Christoph Müller-Thiede

Consultant, M.O.O.CON



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