PLEASE NOTE THE FIRST FEW MINUTES OF THIS VIDEO HAVE SUBTITLES DUE TO A RECORDING ISSUE.
With Kilian Keller, Electrolux
A digital-era rediscovery of anthropologic basic requirements
- The clash of the digital revolution and human condition: What your next generation employees will be like.
- Collaboration: What you as an employer will have to do to have any future.
- Tribe, Clan, Ritual: How to apply archaic templates at work as an antidote to digitization collateral damage – In work behaviour, IT, Space.
Unprecedented change comes with unprecedented risks. After the digital revolution, re-humanizing the workplace should be a major component of any enterprise strategy, not only for success, but for survival. The solutions, the ambitions, will have to aim higher than just a bit of Activity Based Working.
Kilian Keller started his deep dive in 2005 after life offered him a wake-up call that we were on a road to nowhere, and that it was a good idea to change direction.
Kilian Keller, 55, father of two, stands for worksphere evolution– a holistic view on leadership, IT, space. His ways rely on a diverse work life as architect, project manager, factory worker, kitchen help, strategy consultant, portfolio manager, mediator, artist, and a few more. He originates from Germany, with a second education by Native American teachers and work experience in 26 countries.