With the HR Innovation Campus, HR Campus again invites you to an inspiring exchange of experiences and ideas on the future of HR. For this second edition we are bundling forces and creativity with DisruptHR ZRH!
After the great success of last year's first HR Innovation Campus, we would like to offer new perspectives and space for discussions on current and future-oriented HR topics again. You can expect inspiring short speeches and self-organised exchanges in barcamp format.
For the next edition we are teaming up with DisruptHR ZRH . According to the motto "Teach us something, but make it quick!" DisruptHR ZRH brings together personalities from all over the world to give mini-speeches on a specific HR topic. They share unconventional approaches and new food for thought in just five minutes each. The Zurich-based offshoot of DisruptHR is designing the first part of the HR Innovation Campus and is presenting eight inspiring speakers.
The second part of the afternoon is again designed as an unconference: We collect ideas, problems and topics that you as a participant would like to discuss. These will then be worked on and documented in small groups in a self-organised way.
The event is open to all those interested in HR. It is free of charge for HR Campus clients and HR Cosmos members. To ensure that committed parents can also participate, we offer childcare in the same building. If you would like to take advantage of this free offer, please note the number of children and their age under "remarks" when registering. Don't hestitate to get in touch if you have any questions
We are constantly monitoring the Corona situation and always plan according to the current situation. Register now without obligation!
|1.45 pm||DisruptHR ZRH |
8 inspiring speeches à 5 Minuten
(Programme to be announced soon)
|3 pm||Intro unconference and collection of topics|
|3.30 pm||Unconference round 1|
|4.15 pm||Unconference round 2|
An Unconference (also called barcamp ) is a conference with open workshops, the contents and course of which are developed by the participants themselves and then shaped. Unconferences serve the exchange of content and discussion, but in some cases they can already produce concrete results at the end of the event.