Up-Skill Events

Events related to Industry 4.0 and 5.0 technologies

Barcelona, Span
Event dates: 21st – 23rd May 2024
Organizer: Fira, Barcelona

As we enter a new era of innovation and disruption, it’s more important than ever to be agile, collaborative, and game-changing. That’s why the IOT Solutions World Congress brings together the industry’s top minds and emerging technologies to help you build a roadmap to navigate the opportunities and risks ahead.

Online
Event dates: 31st May 2024
Organizer: European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN)

This webinar will consider what it means to put the human at the heart of Industry 5.0 and why it has been so hard to move innovation beyond the 19th century paradigm of techno-centrism. Realising the strategic advantages of Industry 5.0 requires organizations to understand what makes work human, and what is distinctively human about work: skill and skilful practice. As well as making work meaningful, skilful practice can be a powerful source of innovation but too often managers misrecognise skill, undervaluing employees. Realising the benefits of Industry 5.0 will require an ‘upskilling’ of management to move beyond an efficiency paradigm to recognise, reward and develop the skills that matter strategically today.

Edinburgh, UK
Event dates: 12th – 14th June 2024
Organizer: University of Edinburgh and Academy of Management Discoveries

The CIC 2024 conference will focus on empirical and multidisciplinary studies presenting a fresh perspective and new insights on the creative industries and the challenges of the emerging digital technologies, such as generative AI.

Stockholm, Sweden
Event dates: 17th - 19th June 2024
Organizer: Sweden Meetx AB

The R&D Management Conference is an international event initiated in Manchester in 1980, which annually brings together academics and practitioners concerned with the study of R&D, technology management and innovation. This conference will explore how technology is disrupting and transforming established industries through innovation. We will examine the forces of digitalization, automation, electrification and sustainability that are driving changes across many sectors.

Bath, UK
Event dates: 25th – 28th June 2024
Organizer: EURAM

The European Academy of Management is a learned society founded in 2001. It aims at advancing the academic discipline of management in Europe. With members from 60 countries in Europe and beyond, EURAM has a high degree of diversity and provides its members with opportunities to enrich debates over a variety of research management themes and traditions.

New York, USA
Event dates: 26th – 30th June 2024
Organizer: ILERA

Challenges and Choices at Work in a Time of Heightened Worker Activism. The Program Committee invites session ideas for stimulating and creative proposals related to engaging various, sometimes differing, stakeholders involved in employment relations with the end goal of enriching investors, managers, employees, policy makers, and unions. The program format offers fresh opportunities for thought leaders from all aspects of employment and industrial relations to create connections. LERA’s mission bridges research, practice and policy, as well as stakeholders.

Milan, Italy
Event dates: 4th – 7th July 2024
Organizer: EGOS

Organizations can be redesigned to enable and empower people in their “onlife” world. However, it is the time to interpret people not only as actors who change the world through technology but also as subjects who are transformed by technology itself and enhanced by their willingness to experiment with new forms of structuring. Organization studies should focus beyond single organizations, revealing basic principles of the complex adaptive systems embedded at their crossroads. These may be explored by integrating approaches from different disciplines and mixing methods from network dynamics and sociology, as well as geography and urban studies.

London, UK
Event dates: 17th – 19th July 2024
Organizer: BUIRA

BUIRA Annual Conference 2024: Industrial Relations in the Era of Multiple Crises: Inequalities, Industrial Action, & Intersectionalities after COVID-19. From the shift to remote and hybrid work to the resurgence of unconditional welfare transfers and industrial action, the world of work experienced some of the most dramatic changes in decades as a result of the economic and public health measures implemented over the last three years. Despite the World Health Organisation declaring the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in May 2023, some of these new work arrangements remain and the rapidly escalating climate crisis compounds the challenges regarding the role and the future of industrial relations.

San Sebastian, Spain
Event dates: 1st - 3rd October 2024
Organizer: European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN)

We are delighted to invite you to the conference titled “The Future of Workplace Innovation,” organised by EUWIN, a European network dedicated to advancing workplace innovation across the continent. The Conference creates a platform for diverse participants including researchers, practitioners and policymakers to contemplate the challenges and opportunities presented by current societal developments that impact the future of work, employment and society. The conference programme will span three days, combining theoretical and practical knowledge and experience. Thematic focus areas include - Societal Challenges; Conditions for Workplace Innovation; and Performance and Well-being.