How digital technology is transforming the workplace
Webinar Report: 15th June 2021
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About the event
Hanne Shapiro, a renowned speaker and international consultant who was formerly a senior expert at the Danish Technological Institute explored successful digital innovation on this free 90 minute webinar. Hanne presented how to achieve successful digital innovation in practice, drawing on case studies and experience from across the world and identified the practical steps to help companies achieve real and sustainable gains from digital technologies and avoid the pitfalls!
For over 30 years Hanne has worked in the interface between education, the labour market, and the business world, collaborating with Danish and international clients on how to form and utilise new technology in the interests of social cohesion, sustainability, and competitiveness.
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