In the large enterprises segment, GEN-I won the 2019 HR&M project award with its pilot project ‘HR Practice of Sustainable Development and the Importance of Knowing the Meaning of Transformation – Teams for Change’.
This year’s 27 participating projects focused on the topics of digital competencies, approaches to stress, lifestyle and knowledge sharing. The top six finalists presented their projects at the conference, where the attendees chose three winners (one in each category). A jury chose the top finalists according to the following criteria: originality, professionalism, the relevance of an issue, results/effects, environmental and social responsibility, the involvement and participation of senior management, and the support of senior management.
At the conference, GEN-I presented it pilot project ‘HR Practice of Sustainable Development and the Importance of Knowing the Meaning of Transformation – Teams for Change’, the aim of which is to bring a new mindset to the organization. We believe that mixed multidisciplinary teams are the most successful in the workplace. We thus set up two Teams for Change in May, placed co-workers on those teams, regardless of their previous experience or educational background, and assigned projects to them with the common goal of bringing a new point of view and mindset to the company, and transforming the way we think. We believe that the talented individuals of the future will have to be open-minded and successful in collaborating with different profiles, and be able to handle diverse projects, as well as successfully adapt to the dynamics of our organization.
The President of the Management Board, Robert Golob, Ph.D., received the award on behalf of the company.