All posts by Henning Haake

EdTech Darya Yegorina CleverBooks

EdTech — bringing school subjects to “life” (Darya Yegorina – CEO, CleverBooks)

Darya Yegorina, CEO of CleverBooks, knows first hand how much time it takes to catch up with technology when you have later access. So her mission is to help kids to develop digital skills early.  With her EdTech projects she uses tech like Augmented Reality to bring school subjects to “life”.

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ada17 Insights

#ada17 Insights – Featuring talks on tech, robotics, education, diversity & more!

Over 400 IT professionals came together in Berlin in October 2017
for Europe’s biggest WomenInTech event, the Ada Lovelace Festival.
#ada17 Insights gives you a detailed look at a selection of keynotes,
panels and talks of this year’s event and by this the perfect overview of what
Ada Lovelace Festival is all about.

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Shared Services Henkel

Automation of Shared Services — Taking the robot out of human

Never gets sick, never makes a mistake, doesn’t mind how stupid the tasks: Don’t we secretly all want someone like this in our team? At Henkel this is the IBotS Virtual Workforce. Sara Geising-Eggers, Global Head of Continuous Improvement Integrated Business Solutions bei Henkel, explains how automation of Shared Services can lead to something amazing: to take the robot out of humans. Continue reading

Bring Your Own Device Christa Koenen

Bring Your Own Device — self-organized & safe

DB Systel, the ICT service provider of Deutsche Bahn, is in full transition from a conventional work environment to self-organization. Christa Koenen, Chief Executive Officer & Chair of the Management Board at DB Systel, describes how this step creates innovative energy and how DB Systel provides a secure environment for Deutsche Bahn’s Bring Your Own Device strategy.  Continue reading

WomenInTech Interviews Ada Lovelace 2017

Ada’s Heiresses 2017: #WomenInTech interviews with #ada17 speakers

With its first two editions a roaring success, the Ada Lovelace Festival is now gearing up for its third iteration in Berlin in October 2017. Following the tradition of the previous years we have compiled the next collection of interviews with speakers of #ada17 and asked them which (digital) topics are important to them, to the tech industry, and to society as a whole.

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Gender Pay Gap accenture

Getting to equal — Bridging the gender pay gap

The fight for equal pay for men and women is like tilting against windmills. The topic has been debated in politics and society for years, but little has been done so far. However, well-educated women can do something to close the pay gap. You can find out what exactly this is in GETTING TO EQUAL 2017 — BRIDGING THE GENDER PAY GAP, a study by accenture, premium partner of #ada17 Continue reading