In this interactive masterclass we'll explore international experiences and good practice, helping you define a roadmap towards the digital future. The event brings together the latest thinking and research from the UK and the rest of Europe.
This interactive workshop introduces Workplace Innovation and is intended for participants of all levels who would like to learn how to improve performance and working lives.
This lunchtime session offers a unique opportunity to discover how a growing number of companies are transforming their working practices and cultures in ways that lead to real improvements in business performance, innovation, employee engagement and well-being.
What is The Fifth Element? More and more companies across Europe are interested in transforming their workplaces. Why? Watch our film and find out what all the buzz is about.
To mark the retirement of leading workplace innovation expert Palle Banke, the Danish Technological Institute organised a workshop for nearly 100 businesses from across the country. Speakers included EUWIN’s Peter Totterdill, Uli Pekruhl (Switzerland) and Richard Badham (Australia). Now they have shared their knowledge and experience in a short video. Danish speakers can also enjoy presentations by Lone Thellesen (Dacapo) and Palle himself.
A growing number of enterprises recognise that the innovation needed to build and sustain competitiveness can come from the ideas and imagination of employees at every level. Our film features four such organisations: Devon & Cornwall Police, Innocent, Red Gate Software and The Met Office.
One of EUWIN’s first tasks after its creation in 2013 was to explain workplace innovation to enterprise-level decision-makers across Europe, and this has been one of our most exciting achievements. This film brings together experiences from seven exciting workplaces situated across Europe, and representing a diverse range of companies and activities.
You have probably read a lot of stories in which it is insisted that workplace innovation is about respecting the tacit knowledge of the employee and that companies need sophisticated engagement policies to let these employees bring their talent, knowledge and effort to the company. Nothing could be more wrong! The Dutch electronics company Prodrive Technologies has achieved such a level of sharing. The company is a marvel in the Eindhoven area in The Netherlands.