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Roundtable: Digitalisation of work: Opportunities for action on the company level
(from left to right) Heinrich Tiemann / Josef Schmid / Martin Kunzmann / Sonja Cattaneo / Krister Anderson / Erika Mezger
Photo: Jörg Huber, Stuttgart


 

The final conference on “Smart Factory” took place on the 6th and 7th of July 2017 with the project partners and participants from Germany, Italy, Sweden and Spain.

The conference began on July 6, 2017 with input lectures by Bernd Dworschak (Fraunhofer Institute IO, Stuttgart) and Welf Schröter (Forum Soziale Technikgestaltung des DGB) within the framework of a thematic internal exchange of the project partners on the challenges of digitalisation.

The next day, the 7th of July, the public event took place at the Haus der Katholischen Kirche located in the center of Stuttgart. The welcome address by Professor Dr. Josef Schmid, Martin Kunzmann (President of DGB Baden-Württemberg) and Dr. Massimo Darchini (Consul General Italian Republic) where followed by a Keynote Speech by Dr. Erika Mezger (Deputy Director of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin).

Presentations of the project partners on the results of the „Smart Factory“ Project, provided the basis for an thematic exchange on the challenges and opportunities of digitalisation.

The subsequent roundtable with Dr. Erika Mezger, Martin Kunzmann, Heinrich Tiemann, Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid and trade union representatives Sonia Cattaneo and Krister Andersson offered the opportunity to reflect on the results of the projects as well as to present possible courses of action.

In his concluding remarks Norbert Kreuzkamp thanked all the participants and the organisation team of the conference (Dagmar Bürkardt, Stewart Gold, Sabrina Hoffmann, Anneke Ilsemann, Dr. Harald Kohler, Norbert Kreuzkamp, Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid, Johanna Segebrecht and Giuseppe Tabbi).

The results of the project and the conference will be published in the book “Opportunities and Challenges of Digitalisation and Technologisation – Prospects of a European Dimension“ edited by Dagmar Bürkardt, Norbert Kreuzkamp, Dr. Harald Kohler, Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid, by the end of 2017 in Nomos Publishers.

Downloads:

  • Conference programme (PDF, deutsch | english)
  • Keynote Speech: Dr. Erika Mezger (PDF, english)
  • Results of the Delphi online survey in Germany:
    First Round on Macroeconomic aspects, Dagmar Bürkardt (PDF, deutsch | english)
    Runde 2: Mikroökonomische und Arbeitsplatz-Aspekte, Dr. Harald Kohler (PDF, deutsch)
  • Country report on the survey, Dr. Harald Kohler, Karl-Ulrich Gscheitle (PDF, deutsch | english)
  • Results Swedish interviews, Kent Kling / Christer Ahlén (PDF, english)

 

 

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Professur für Politische Wirtschaftslehre und Vergleichende Politikfeldanalyse
Prof. Dr. Josef Schmid

MITANTRAGSTELLER

acli e. V.
das Selbsthilfewerk
für interkulturelle Arbeit
Stuttgart

CISL Lombardei
Unione Sindacale Regionale CISL Lombardia
Milano

CCOO von Katalonien
Comisió obrera nacional de Catalunya
Barcelona

LO Westschweden
LO-distriktet i Västsverige
Göteborg

VERBUNDENE EINRICHTUNG

F.A.T.K.
Forschungsinstitut für Arbeit,
Technik und Kultur
Tübingen

ASSOZIIERTE ORGANISATIONEN

KAB
Katholische Arbeitnehmerbewegung
der Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart

Katholische Betriebsseelsorge
der Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart

DGB Baden-Württemberg
Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund
Bezirksverband Baden-Württemberg
Stuttgart

Kirchlicher Dienst in der Arbeitswelt
Evangelische Landeskirche Württemberg

FEMCA
Federazione energia, moda, chimica ed affini CISL Lombardei
Sesto San Giovanni

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Mit finanzieller Unterstützung durch die Europäische Union.

Projektzeitraum
1. März 2016 – 31. August 2017