NEW WORK SE
15/05/2020

New NWXnow online event series discusses the future of work

New Work Experience (NWX) is the largest event run by NEW WORK SE in the German-speaking region and focuses on new forms of working. Unfortunately, due to coronavirus, this year’s NWX cannot take place on 10 June as planned. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be a New Work Experience – because NWX is going digital! NEW WORK SE, which manages brands such as Xing, is launching NWXnow, a digital discussion forum on the future of work. From 18 May, pioneers, forward thinkers and practitioners will be invited to take part in videocasts, interviews and online workshops, write essays and give expert tips to examine the question of “what is coming, what will stay and what will change in the future world of work?”

What is NWXnow?

Like the regular NWX event, NWXnow is a forum for discussing the future of work that aims to provide guidance and perspective in these uncertain times. Participation and all NWXnow content are free of charge.

  • Monday: NWXnow videocast – experts from society, business and politics join a discussion with MarcSven Kopka (Vice President External Affairs at NEW WORK SE) and Astrid Maier (Editor-in-Chief, Xing News)
  • Tuesday: Interviews, background information and essays
  • Wednesday: Online workshops and webinars
  • Thursday: Xing corona hacks
  • Friday: Summaries of the themed week by a succession of artists

Kick-off with Frédéric Laloux and Professor Ralf Lanwehr

On 18 May, economic philosopher, international bestselling author and New Work pioneer Frédéric Laloux will become the first guest on the NWXnow videocast. He will launch the new format by tackling the first weekly topic – “what is coming, what will stay, what will change?” – and explain what the coronavirus pandemic means for the future of work. Ralf Lanwehr, Professor of International Management, will follow on Wednesday 20 May with a webinar titled “Don’t start with why! How to relaunch successfully after coronavirus”.

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