Fostering intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue with future leaders
HCLTech is the Main Partner of the 52nd St. Gallen Symposium, scheduled from May 4-5 at St. Gallen University, Switzerland. This partnership provides us with a platform to engage with current and future leaders from around the world, to discuss & commit to address some of the most pressing global issues of our time.
HCLTech is a partner among others from the field of economics, politics, sciences and society. HCLTech is also a a partner of the Global Leadership Challenge (GLC), a joint initiative of the Oxford Character Project at the University of Oxford and the St. Gallen Symposium.
HCLTech at St. Gallen Symposium
Industry Transformation: Orchestrating Technology and Organisational Change
Every sector today is being disrupted by a combination of forces including rapid digitalisation, macro-economic instabilities and workplace disruptions. To manage and lead amidst this perfect storm, it will take a combination of efforts from incumbents, startups, innovation, institutional capital, public opinion, and individual behaviour. Incumbents can bring their resources and customer base, while startups offer disruptive ideas and agility. Focusing on the energy sector, this session will explore particularly ways to leverage the interplay of incumbent industry leaders and disruptive start-ups for industry transformation.
CEO & MD, HCLTech
Editor & International Correspondent, Handelszeitung
Co-Founder & Chief Communications Officer, Enapter
Chairman of the Board of Directors, ALPIQ
The Future of Work in a Technology-Driven, Hybrid Workforce
The future of work will be characterised by new, emerging forms of interfaces and co-creation between humans and technology. As the digitalisation of systems, productivity tools, robotics and Artificial Intelligence is fast advancing, employees and employers are challenged to develop new and constantly evolving skills. As ChatGPT has demonstrated, this not only concerns "blue-collar work" in increasingly automated factories, but equally "white-collar work" of content and knowledge production. What are the potentials and ethical dilemmas stemming from the rapid adoption of emerging technologies at work, and how should we address them?
CEO & MD, HCLTech
Faculty Director for Post Graduate Programme in Innovation Leadership, Brown University
Data Governance Specialist
Co-Founder & CEO, ANYbotics