12:00 - 12:45
Welcome to an open webinar about Richer Business – a new digital tool for gender equal organisations and operations.
Since May 2020 when we launched the tool Richer Business in Swedish more than 250 people from the business community, academia and public authorities have joined our webinars to learn more about equal business and organisational models.
Moderator: Malin Lindberg, Professor, Luleå University of Technology.
Guest Speaker: Lena Abrahamsson, Dean and Professor, Luleå University of Technology.
Where: Online, Zoom
Registration is open until Nov. 20. The Zoom invitation will be shared with the registered participants the day before the webinar at the latest.
Website: Richer Business
Richer business is a resource for business and organisational development, designed by researchers, businesses, municipalities and other community stakeholders in collaboration, within the project Gender Smart Arena.
What is the meaning of Richer Business models and how are they connected to the building blocks of customer value, capital, competency, collaboration, communication and culture?
Making use of gender-aware business models means making the most of the diversity found amongst people, ideas and individual motivations, in the development of new products, services and value chains. When different perspectives converge, the result is a broader understanding of the needs for development found in companies and organisations.
It also helps us discover which solutions have a high potential for improving the quality of life and well-being of people. Furthermore, it provides us with the conditions necessary to develop solutions which are sustainable from financial, social and environmental perspectives. Thus, Richer Business models can contribute to fulfilment of the global sustainability goals set out in the UN Agenda 2030, whilst helping us deal with society’s challenges related to health, work, integration, digitalisation, environmental issues etc.
The tool can be used by companies and other types of organizations to create more inclusive cultures, products and services. A number of scenarios helps harness more people’s skills, competences and driving forces.
The Gender Smart Arena Project is a collaboration between Luleå University of Technology, businesses and municipalities, aiming to contribute to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and job creation.
The project is coordinated by the Centre for Distance-Spanning Technology at Luleå University of Technology. The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Norrbotten Region, Västerbotten Region and the municipalities of Luleå, Piteå and Skellefteå.
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