Tue, 09 Jun|
ESCP London - Virtual collaboration – creative opportunity or trendy affliction?
The acceleration of virtual collaboration is one of the most important and immediate consequences of the Covid-19 crisis. It's also a topic that people disagree on, depending on their own personal experience.
Time & Location
09 Jun 2020, 17:00 – 18:00 BST
About The Event
Prof. Marie Taillard and Prof. Daniela Lup offer us a lively discussion on virtual collaboration.
Quick Overview: The acceleration of virtual collaboration is one of the most important and immediate consequences of the Covid-19 crisis. It's also a topic that people disagree on, depending on their own personal experience. For some people, working together online is a huge opportunity to harness greater diversity and develop new ideas more efficiently. For others, the idea of collaborating online is simply nonsensical -- how can you possibly bring out the best of your team members in a digitally-mediated environment? We'll examine the evidence and examples to illustrate both sides and propose some solutions. Join us and learn more.
Agenda: Discussion : 17:00 - 17:30 Q&A: 17:30 -18:00
Our speakers: Daniela Lup is Associate Professor in Human Relations and Organizational Behavior at ESCP Business School and passionate about researching and advising practitioners on dilemmas related to the future of work, especially regarding hiring, diversity and inclusion, teams and team creativity, prosocial behaviour and ethics. Her work has been published in internationally renowned journals such as Organization Science, Strategic Organization, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Work Employment Society, British Journal of Industrial Relations, and featured on management blogs such as Harvard Business Review and LSE Business Review and in the media. Marie Taillard is a Marketing Professor at ESCP Business School. Throughout her career, she has been interested in creative thinking and particularly, the kind of creativity that comes from working together. She helps students and corporate executives work more effectively, creatively and happily in teams.