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KEYNOTE und Eröffnung: What is work & What is human – in a superhuman future
KEYNOTE und Eröffnung: What is work & What is human – in a superhuman future

For the work we do in the long-term-vision-labs and strategy team for the Technology & Innovation board area at SAP is one of the playgrounds for the title question. These topics are good, because they generate exiting and abundant questions, that we believe should be asked by everyone.

How does the future work, the mechanics of change? What is the future of human work and our interactions with machines and each other? Is industrialization of space and 3d printed organs really a “thing” and how do you relate to these? What are the methods to innovate desirable futures? How do you structure such a vast and complex fabric of possibilities in your domain, team, business, boardroom? How long is the history of the future and how does that affect our fear and counter reactions to it in socio-political movement? Most importantly, who designs the future, that you your community will live in? 

We talk about change, but what are the mechanics and the dynamics behind it? How fast is it? What it means to be an innovator, is transforming faster than before, from classic product and service definition of the superficial to computational system design of everything, including social and political systems, deeply rooted in a space of challenges and promises between cutting edge tech and humanism. In an exponential and converging digital-fueled future, we design a relationship, a behaviour, that the product will follow.

What comes before strategy? We love to act on strategies, derive tactics, execute and operate, it is our psychological bias, we love to do what we are good at. But how do we derive a strategy? From what point of view, what narratives, what builds up a “Future fabric” that these narratives a woven from? And who does it in your enterprise? We will have, high level look at how we build a desirable future with these questions in mind, and also what we in our labs consider to be a desirable future of work, at least for the coming decade.

This exponential change is our innovation brief and the stakes are high, It is just too important to be left only to... any single team. Technology is the human evolution, the prior named HuMachine creates a playground for “Human centered“-adventure, this opens new worlds for our imagination in a time when “now” has never been so temporary. Bringing these thoughts together we need to answer the question “What is human, and what is work in a superhuman future?”

Main chapters

  1. How Science-Fiction is becoming science-fact, and... business fact, now. The narratives and examples of current futures.
  2. What values, attitudes, most of all methods and frameworks can we use to derive our
  3. What we, SAP derived as our direction for the future of work and the tech to support it from, the above 2 insights.
"I want to innovate what we call "work" out-of our lives via an empathic symbiosis between human ingenuity and machine intelligence." Martin Wezowski works as Chief Futurist for SAP’s Technology & Innovation. He is lecturing as a faculty member of Futur/IO, a European future institute and other education programs. He moved across a range of disciplines from UX, to systemic design to define innovation visions and strategies. Right now, he is on the mission to map, build and inspire a future we want to live in, more specifically, he crafts future outlooks, concepts,  products, defines and runs innovation frameworks to find out what’s next and beyond for SAP’s vast ecosystem and the future of work. 2017 he was named 1 of 100 most innovative minds in Germany as the “Software visionary” (“Handelsblatt”). Prior to joining SAP in 2013, he worked for Sony Ericsson (Sweden) as creative director later he lived in Shenzhen, China for 2 years while serving as director of the strategic UX board (Huawei). He builds on his international adventures stretching from Poland, Sweden, China to Germany, and frequently shares his passion for the future of humans and work around the world (Duke University, as EU-advisor and keynote speaker, SxSW, TEDx, Singularity-U Summit, BOMA, CES, Tech Open Air - TOA, HUB Berlin, DMEXCO, WEBIT, Ada Lovelace festival, TWIN Global, CeBIT, CES. WeAreDevelopers, etc.)
Martin Wezowski
Martin Wezowski
Track: Keynote
Talk: KeyMo
09:00 - 09:45
KeyDi1
KEYNOTE: Die Entwicklung einer wertebasierten und chancenorientierten Datenpolitik
KEYNOTE: Die Entwicklung einer wertebasierten und chancenorientierten Datenpolitik

Mit der „Berliner Erklärung“ haben sich die EU Staaten zu einer wertebasierten digitalen Verwaltung verpflichtet. Die Bundesregierung nimmt sich mit ihrer Datenstrategie dieser Aufgabe an und will den Staat zum Vorreiter für Digitale Souveränität und Open Data machen. Das 2. Open Data Gesetz und das Dashboard Deutschland haben dazu bereits den Weg geebnet und weiten das Daten- und Informationsangebot des Bundes aus. In weiteren Schritten soll die Nutzung der Daten über Datencockpits und Visualisierungstools vereinfacht und verbessert werden. Damit werden auch in verschiedener Hinsicht positive Auswirkungen auf Unternehmen einhergehen.

seit 09/2020: Abteilungsleiterin DG (Digitale Gesellschaft; Informationstechnik)
IT-Beauftragte des Bundesministeriums des Innern, für Bau und Heimat
seit 2000:Verschiedene Positionen im Bundesministerium des Innern, für Bau und Heimat
rund um IT und Informationsgesellschaft, Personal, Verwaltungsmodernisierung und -organisation; zuletzt Leiterin der Unterabteilung Z I (Zentrale Dienste I)
1993 – 2000: Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik
1988 – 1992: Organisatorin und Beraterin in einer Unternehmensberatung
Pia Karger
Pia Karger
Track: Keynote
Talk: KeyDi1
17:20 - 18:10
Special Keynote
SPECIAL KEYNOTE: Lessons from the Racetrack with Gary Paffett, Championship Winning Racing Driver
SPECIAL KEYNOTE: Lessons from the Racetrack with Gary Paffett, Championship Winning Racing Driver

Two-time DTM Champion, Gary Paffett, has competed at the highest levels of professional motorsport for two decades, racing in series including DTM, Formula 1 and the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. In his role as Sporting & Technical Advisor and Reserve & Development Driver to the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team, Gary shares his knowledge and expertise in a role that has been a major factor in the development of both the team and the car in Mercedes’ first two seasons within the all-electric street racing series. 
Gary Paffett
Gary Paffett
Track: Keynote
Talk: Special Keynote
12:25 - 13:10
KeyMi
KEYNOTE: Corporate IT Is a Theater Piece - What Role Are You Playing?
KEYNOTE: Corporate IT Is a Theater Piece - What Role Are You Playing?

The engagement of IT staff in organizations has been done for decades via a single function or department. Whatever title it bears, the single counter IT takes care of everything under the digital sun. This model generates unhealthy behaviors in the IT ranks that are detrimental to the enterprises that need digital to operate, evolve, transform —or survive. 

Drawing a parallel with a more mature industry, the current distribution of roles is analyzed and compared. It shows that the standard structure is creating conflicts of roles that would be unacceptable —and in some cases illegal— in many other fields of work.  

The typical IT engagement model in organizations has a direct effect on what constitutes success and how it is measured. These measures -in their current state- create a ripple effect on quality and value of digital investments.  

You should come to the inevitable conclusion:  it is more than time to radically re-think how technology teams engage in organizations.

Over three decades, R.M. has held multiple roles in the IT departments of mid to large organizations: programmer, business analyst, tester, database administrator, solution architect, data architect, enterprise architect, systems integrator. He also held several IT management positions, leading teams of architects and designers in insurance, telecommunications, banking, and travel & transportation.  
As a result of that relentless quest for an answer to all sorts of questions, R.M. has published a business book and regularly writes on LinkedIn and his blog about IT strategic management challenges.  He is also a member of the core team of the Intersection Group, a multi-disciplinary focussed on sharing ways to design better enterprises. 
Mr Bastien holds a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and a Research-Oriented Masters in Business Administration. He’s been a certified project management professional PMP© for more than 15 years. When not working professionally, he renovates old houses or skips sailboats across oceans.
R.M. Bastien
R.M. Bastien
Track: Keynote
Talk: KeyMi

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