Mag. Dr. Martina Gaisch holds the scientific leadership Diversity Management at the FH OÖ and teaches English and intercultural communication at the Campus Hagenberg. She is a member of the Department of University Research and Development and works and researches at the interface of sociolinguistics and educational sociology. She is the author of numerous (international) publications and deals with topics such as employability and employability in a dynamically changing world of work.
In this context, she gives insights into possible working worlds of the future and looks specifically at the role of women in different scenarios. She takes up concepts such as "Sheconomy" and "Womenomics" and questions the thesis that the future of the world of work is feminine. The effects of globalization and digitization would eliminate more and more standardized activities and play an increasingly important role in interacting with people. This applies to networked collaboration in projects as well as to contact with customers. For this, it is said, women would bring due to their realities, higher social and psychological skills. In her talk, she outlines possible organizational challenges in the world of work 4.0 and explores the question of whether the "female shift" - ie the increased influence of women in society, the economy and politics - is further reinforced and what evidence there is.
Following the presentation, the Alumni Club cordially invites you to a networking buffet!
WHEN: Tuesday, March 13, start: 06:30pm
DURATION: until about 08:30pm
LOCATION: FH Upper Austria Campus Linz, SR-A 104/5
COSTS: FREE for Alumni Club members and FH OÖ students
REGISTRATION: alumni@ fh-ooe.at
Participation in the event only possible with registration!
Photo Credit: © Alexandra Fischerlehner