FREE WEBINARS featuring researchers and practitioners from across EUWIN’s network.


In 2021/22, EUWIN ran a very successful series of webinars focused on important topics for workplace innovation, with participation from several European countries. These were invitation-only events, but in 2023/4 we’ve decided to strengthen and expand our community of workplace innovation practitioners and researchers by making our webinars open to everyone.

Here is the current programme. If you have further ideas for speakers or topics, please let us know.

All webinars run for one hour starting at 10.00 (Dublin; Lisbon; London) / 11.00 (Brussels; Madrid; Rome) / 12.00 (Athens; Bucharest; Vilnius).


This international programme of online events will share experiences and outcomes from current developments in research and practice from different European countries. It will build a network of researchers and practitioners designed to share knowledge and identify good practice in leadership and digital transformation.

Who should take part?

  • Scholars researching leadership, management and workplace innovation.
  • Practitioners in leadership development, organisational development, and culture change.
  • Leaders at every organisational level.
  • Consultants.

The Programme


Friday 29th
10 – 11am UK

How to digitalise your future? Start with better organising.

Steven Dhondt (TNO, NL)  [ BOOK ]

The EUWIN network has been a loyal follower of the results of the European H2020 Beyond4.0 project. That project ended in March. The project has produced interesting results that support EUWIN’s thinking. One of the particular results is that companies that strengthen their ‘learning capacity’ perform better economically and socially as a result. Both the company and the employee benefit from such a strategy. The project produced even more interesting results. Steven Dhondt, as coordinator of the project, provides an overview of the main results in this webinar and outlines how EUWIN and the Bridges 5.0 project can benefit from them.

Steven Dhondt is fascinated by how workers and companies can find a common ground to improve performance. His research and actions are focused on understanding this topic.

Friday 27th
10 – 11am UK

Workplace innovation in France: latest developments in Anact.

Ségolène Journoud & Karine Babule (Anact, France) [ BOOK ]

At a time of ecological, economic and societal transitions, it is more important than ever to place work at the heart of social and professional dialogue. ANACT, the French National Agency for the Improvement of Working Conditions, has been acting for 50 years to improve the quality of working life through a concerted approach to changes in the workplace. Today, the agency continues to help companies and public organisations to cope with professional transitions with innovative methods and tools designed on the basis of pilot projects. In this webinar, we will focus on its gender mainstreaming approach, which enables companies to take into account the different work situations of women and men in order to integrate equality issues into organisational transitions, such as the introduction of hybrid work.

Ségolène JOURNOUD and Karine BABULE are in charge with international projects at Anact, helping companies improve their quality of working life.

Friday 24th
10 – 11am UK

Workplace Innovation Industry 5.0 Style.

Peter Oeij (TNO, NL) [ BOOK ]

Peter Oeij will present his vision on ‘workplace innovation’ and present the recently published book ‘Workplace innovation: the challenge of disruptive transitions’. Subscribed participants to this webinar will get a 50% discount voucher of the book, published by Edward Elgar publishers in the Elgar Research Agenda series.

Peter Oeij is associated with TNO Innovation for Life – the Netherlands, and motivated to improve the quality of work for all of us. He can be reached at peter.oeij@tno.nl

No webinar in December.

All webinars run for one hour starting at 10.00 (Dublin; Lisbon; London) / 11.00 (Brussels; Madrid; Rome) / 12.00 (Athens; Bucharest; Vilnius).

EUWIN (the European Workplace Innovation Network) is a community of researchers and practitioners from business, public policy, research and social partner organisations. Its remit is to promote workplace practices that lead to simultaneous improvements in organisational performance and quality of working life for employees. First established by the European Commission in 2013, EUWIN is now funded and managed by a network of international partners. See www.euwin.net

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