According to smartmeetings.com, speakers have been an important attraction at meetings to inform, inspire and entertain attendees. Recently, speakers have become even more significant as they’ve been expected to develop new approaches and more actively promote meetings.
During our first year, we had the chance and honor to welcome some impressive speakers such as Alisée de Tonnac, co-founder of Seedstars, Bill Aulet, managing director Martin Trust Center MIT entrepreneurship, or Prof. Dr. Friederike Eyssel, professor of psychology and head of the research unit “Applied Social Psychology and Gender Research” at the Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology, Bielefeld University, Germany. Our goal is to find experts in various subjects and create the most attractive event possible. To achieve this objective, we rely on the collaboration of each participating school and mobilize our network of external partners.
Digitalization has permeated SMEs even before the pandemic, yet only a few have the capacity to address their challenges effectively. As an interdisciplinary group of (multi-)university experts in innovation, we propose to promote the co-creation of digital solutions for SMEs involving students, and develop best practices for driving co-creation with interdisciplinary university experts. This plan targets multiple goals: Applied innovations, publications, and training.
Our unique concept allows use to collaborate with many Applied Universities in Switzerland accros a vaste spectrum of themes. Our shared knowledge enables a conferences where minds can be spoken and topics are discussed.
The TFV-networking series is more than just random events spread across the year, it’s a true meet-up of experts, academicians, students, and industry leaders where ideas are shared, issues are tackled and solutions are discussed. By launching this series in the whole of Switzerland, we break down the language barrier and allow a real mix of cultures to be brewed.
We strongly believe that confronting your doubts and experiencing discomfort is the best way to produce innovation and think outside the box. We strongly believe that confronting your doubts and experiencing discomfort is the best way to produce innovation and think outside the box. Critical thinking and problem-solving are two key skills in business development. Improve your problem-solving skills by setting goals to acquire more industry knowledge within your field. Problem-solving at work typically becomes easier if you have a strong understanding of industry-specific information. It can also be helpful to observe how others around you solve problems at work. Take note of their techniques and ask questions about their process.
The FHNW School of Applied Psychology has become a leading centre of excellence in the realm of occupational, organisational and business psychology.
Shaping work for people – using methods of occupational, organisational and business psychology.
The FHNW School of Applied Psychology was established over ten years ago. It is now one of the leading centres of excellence for occupational, organisational and business psychology in German-speaking Europe.
The School’s key objective is to make use of professional and scientific psychology in society, the economy and the world of work and business.