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Hager Forum is a 6 500 m² open, collaborative space, where visitors can meet, exchange, train, innovate and shape their future with Hager Group.
To continue to grow and achieve its objectives, Hager Group has undertaken an ambitious process to change its corporate culture.
At Obernai, in the heart of the largest industrial site in the group, Hager Forum embodies this new culture through the experience it provides to its visitors.
An open and collaborative space
"Innovation does not happen accidentally", Daniel Hager
Back to the future
Hager Forum exhibition concept and visitor experience
Electro-technology and Building Automation at Hager Forum
A landmark building and idea platform by Sauerbruch Hutton
How can companies do more and better, with less? Using the circular economy! According to this booming business model: "Nothing is lost, everything is transformed". Its aim is to produce goods and services while limiting the consumption of non-renewable resources.
28.09.2018 | Leo Johnson
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Roger Steare, The Corporate Philosopher, had already told us about it. It's not so much a conference as a conversation. Hager Forum has never lived up to its name so well! In business, do we have to choose between profits and integrity? What attitude should we adopt in the face of an ethical dilemma? What social and environmental impacts can arise from our personal and professional choices?
“Failure is definitely an option!” A suspenseful and inspiring talk! The first woman to conquer Mount Everest, Cathy O’Dowd shares her experiences as an adventurer, as well as the skills required to achieve the impossible. She draws clear parallels between her experiences and the project management skills needed in corporate life.
Navigating through complexity, decoding our future; these are some of the many challenges we are facing. Major emerging trends are leading us into the future. What will be the expectations of the stakeholders of tomorrow? What will be the right balance between value and values for businesses? How can we become the drivers of the changes that are coming?
While for Jamie Woodruff it is beyond any doubt that every company will get hacked in the next five years, he agrees with Jessica Baker that "Individuals are the central element of cybersecurity". Both speakers shared key insights for increasing vigilance and protecting our personal and professional data.
Some call it the most important invention since the internet: Blockchain is a way of cutting out intermediaries when exchanging funds on the net. As a stand-alone model, it is based on the principles of transparency, trust and decentralisation.
What change should be made to company culture to move from the 20th Century industrial model into the 21st Century: to become more cooperative and project-oriented? What contexts and challenges do companies face?
Emmanuelle Duez, co- founder of The Boson Project, lifts the lid on the motivations driving the new generations and proposes innovative solutions to reconcile work, fulfillment and well-being. “We are at the end of a (corporate) model, we must reinvent one!”.
Eric Brun-Sanglard, who went blind aged 32, is now one of the most popular interior designers in the United States. He interprets space, materials and energies from a personal perspective. He receives requests from individuals, industry and prestigious teaching establishments to contribute his “augmented vision” which he makes available to users to increase their well-being.
Knowledge is by far the most essential economic resource.” Idriss Aberkane, international consultant and speaker, takes us into the fascinating world of the economics of knowledge. What are the wonderful consequences of his approach?
How new management styles, technologies and social innovations could transform the way we work in factories and offices.