Productivity, Agility ,
Well-being of the people
in Portuguese Organization’s

Workplace Innovation Approach and Case Studies

4 Março | TARDE | Lisboa |
| IAPMEI Salão Nobre |

5 Março | TARDE | Matosinhos |
| Terminal Cruzeiros Leixões |

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| 5 Março | Manhã | Matosinhos | Evento Start Europe |

Conferência “A Academia e a Indústria”
| 5 Março | Manhã |

para o site evento parceiro START EUROPE

| 4 e 5 Março | Tarde | AGENDA Workshop INOV-ORG |

Opening Session

14.00h
Jorge S. Coelho
Presidente da Direção da INOV-ORG
INOV-ORG
Peter Totterdill
Member of Steering Committee
EUWIN
IAPMEI

Success Stories

Peter Totterdill
Director Workplace Innovation Europe CLG as Moderator
14.45h

Martin Welsh
Managing Director
Booth Welsh – Engineering services, Scotland

Booth Welsh now employs over 200 engineers and consultants worldwide and is part of the international Clough Group in 2014 and are now their EMEA ‘Centre for Excellence’, delivering cutting edge engineering solutions on a truly global scale.

Main Sectors: Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences, Utilities, Oil & Gas, Food and Beverage, Power Generation

Experience with workplace innovation

Greater transparency and measures to engage staff, reducing functional silos and stimulating employee-driven innovation. 60+ ideas generated by employees; Martin Welsh (MD) argues that WIEP has placed the company 12 months ahead of its competitors.

15.15h
Maider Martin
HR Director
Danobat – machine tools, Basque country, Spain 

The group, which belongs to the MONDRAGON Corporation, has a 60 year track record in the development of high precision systems and in the research and application of technologies geared towards manufacturing. DANOBAT is a leader in high added value solutions in the fields of grinding, turning, cutting, punching, bending and automated production systems for composite structural components. For this reason the group invests between 8% and 10% of its income in innovation.

Main sectors: Aerospace, Railway, Automotive, Eenergy, Oil & Gas and Metal forming

Experience with workplace innovation:

“Maider Martin is People Director at Danobat, a major engineering company located in the Basque Country and which is part of the Mondragon Corporation. In her previous role at copper wire producer Ederfil Becker, she co-led an inspirational transformation which delegated responsibility to self-managed teams and flattened the organisational structure. She is now engaged in a major change initiative aimed at changing working practices and culture at Danobat, and will share lessons drawn from her experiences at both companies.”

Creativity Forum

Adoption of Workplace Innovation Practices

Jorge S. Coelho and Peter Totterdill as Moderators
15.45h
Participants will be organized in 12 round tables to discuss the adoption of the practices presented in the success stories.
Each table will have a specific question for a 15 minutes reflection.
Each 15 minutes all participants will change tables.
The process will repeat 3 times.

Discussion Panel

Jorge Soeiro Marques
Assessor do Conselho de Administração
Lusitania Companhia de Seguros SA
| Lisboa | dia 4 |
Jorge Silva
Europe IT Director
HUF
| Matosinhos | dia 5 |
16.45h
Martin Welsh
Managing Director
Booth Welsh – Engineering services, Scotland
Maider Martin
HR Director
Danobat – machine tools, Basque country, Spain
Madalena Estêvão
Organisational Development Director
Infraestruturas de Portugal
| Lisboa | dia 4 |
Carla Banha
HR Director
EFAPEL
| Matosinhos | dia 5 |
Rui Batista
Country General Manager
FICOSA
| Matosinhos | dia 5 |

The questions raised during the Creativity Forum will be answered by the Speakers and discussed by all the members of the panel.

Painel Boards das Empresas
| Lisboa, dia 4 |

as Moderator
17.45h
Paulo Martins Silva
Administrador
Montepio Seguros SGPS
e Lusitania Companhia de Seguros SA.
Nuno Maia
Diretor Geral
AISET – Associação da Indústria da Península de Setúbal

CIP
COMPETE
IAPMEI

Pretende-se dinamizar uma reflexão sobre o programa nacional de sensibilização para a inovação organizacional com o objetivo de contribuir para a melhoria da produtividade, agilidade e bem estar das pessoas.
Vão ser convidados membros de boards das empresas.

Painel Associações Empresariais
| Matosinhos, dia 5 |

as Moderator
17.45h
Carlos Brito
Vice-Reitor
UPT
David Rodrigues
Coordenador do Dep. Económico e Técnico
AIMMAP
AEP

Pretende-se dinamizar uma reflexão sobre o programa nacional de sensibilização para a inovação organizacional com o objetivo de contribuir para a melhoria da produtividade, agilidade e bem estar das pessoas.
Vão ser convidados as associações empresariais, a EUWIN e o secretário de estado da economia.

Closing Session

18.30h
INOVORG Direction

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The experience of European nothern companies …

…tell us that each company made tangible changes in working practice, including self-managed teams, employee involvement in improvement and innovation, reducing functional silos and hierarchies, changing management roles and behaviours, eliminating low-trust systems and procedures, delegating decision-making, greater openness and transparency, introducing or revitalising employee forums, and building more inclusive approaches to leadership. Companies enhanced profitability and competitiveness by improving cost control, workflow, decision-making, quality, customer service and capacity for innovation.

We will discuss strategies taken, like…

• Building eco-systems of innovation;
• Enabling Digital and Organisational Readiness, drawing on international evidence and experience adopting workplace innovation;
• Building workforce receptiveness to digital change;
• Maximise the synergies between human and digital potential, building on the tacit knowledge, skills and creativity of your workforce;
• Upskill people to manage technologies in house and to take on self-management roles associated with leaner and flatter organisational structures, based on agile governance models;

Destinatários

Este workshop interessa a todos os profissionais que tenham responsabilidade ou que estejam envolvidos na condução de projetos de melhoria da produtividade, de agilidade, de mudança organizacional, de transição digital e preocupados com o bem estar das pessoas, para redução do stress laboral e melhor conciliação da vida profissional com a vida privada.

Número máximo de participantes

Para garantir uma melhor experiência aos participantes vamos limitar o número a 100.

Este workshop utiliza uma dinâmica de participação e colaboração em grupos de trabalho em volta de mesas redondas.

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ORADORES

Maider MartinDanobat, HR Director, Basque country, Spain
Experience with workplace innovation

“Maider Martin is People Director at Danobat, a major engineering company located in the Basque Country and which is part of the Mondragon Corporation. In her previous role at copper wire producer Ederfil Becker, she co-led an inspirational transformation which delegated responsibility to self-managed teams and flattened the organisational structure. She is now engaged in a major change initiative aimed at changing working practices and culture at Danobat, and will share lessons drawn from her experiences at both companies.”

The group, which belongs to the MONDRAGON Corporation, has a 60 year track record in the development of high precision systems and in the research and application of technologies geared towards manufacturing. DANOBAT is a leader in high added value solutions in the fields of grinding, turning, cutting, punching, bending and automated production systems for composite structural components. For this reason the group invests between 8% and 10% of its income in innovation.

Main sectors: Aerospace, Railway, Automotive, Eenergy, Oil & Gas and Metal forming

Martin Welsh
Martin WelshManaging Director at Booth Welsh
Experience with workplace innovation:
Greater transparency and measures to engage staff, reducing functional silos and stimulating employee-driven innovation. 60+ ideas generated by employees; Martin Welsh (MD) argues that WIEP has placed the company 12 months ahead of its competitors.

Booth Welsh – Engineering services, Scotland
now employs over 200 engineers and consultants worldwide and is part of the international Clough Group in 2014 and are now their EMEA ‘Centre for Excellence’, delivering cutting edge engineering solutions on a truly global scale.

Main Sectors: Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences, Utilities, Oil & Gas, Food and Beverage, Power Generation

Peter Totterdill
Peter TotterdillDirector Workplace Innovation Europe CLG
Member of Euwin´s steering Committee

Peter is a Founding Director of Workplace Innovation Europe CLG, a not-for-profit organisation created to help public and private sector organisations achieve enhanced performance and better working lives. He holds Visiting Professorships at Kingston University London and Mykolas Romeris University Vilnius.
Peter’s career has focused on building bridges between academic knowledge and practice. He co-created the concept of workplace innovation, now being adopted by companies and policymakers across Europe and beyond.
Peter has led successful innovation and change initiatives in private and public sector organisations. He has also worked closely with policymakers in several countries, and in the European Commission where he has been a consistent advocate for workplace innovation.

Carlos Brito
Carlos BritoVice-Reitor Universidade Portucalense
Carlos Brito é vice-reitor para a Investigação na Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique.
Licenciado em Economia pela Universidade do Porto, MBA pela Universidade Nova de Lisboa e
doutorado em Marketing pela Universidade de Lancaster (Reino Unido), possui ainda formação através
de programas realizados nos EUA como o Entrepreneurship & Innovation no Babson College em Boston
e o Education Leadership na Case Western University em Cleveland.
É também vice-presidente da Associação Portuguesa de Management, administrador da APCER
Brasil, membro dos conselhos consultivos da INOV.ORG, COTEC Portugal, APCER e Essência Completa, e
ainda Cavaleiro da Confraria do Vinho do Porto, membro honorário da Confraria do Vinho Verde e da
Confraria Queirosiana, bem como Irmão da Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto. Entre 2011 e 2018 foi
Pró-Reitor da Universidade do Porto para a área da Inovação e Empreendedorismo e Diretor do UPTEC
– Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia da Universidade do Porto.
Reconhecido como um dos pioneiros do marketing em Portugal, possui vasta experiência na área
académica. Fruto do trabalho realizado no domínio da inovação e empreendedorismo, foi em 2018
considerado ‘Personalidade do Ano’ pela APBA – Associação Portuguesa de Business Angels. Foi também
reconhecido como um dos dezasseis “Mestres Portugueses da Gestão”, livro editado por Jorge
Nascimento Rodrigues em 2004.
Tem ainda participação regular em órgãos de comunicação social (TV, rádio, jornais, revistas
generalistas e da especialidade e ainda portais web), sendo frequentemente convidado como orador
para abordar temas de marketing, estratégia, inovação e empreendedorismo. Para além das dezenas de
artigos em revistas científicas e de comunicações em conferências, é autor de sete livros de marketing
e gestão.
David Rodrigues
David RodriguesCoordenador do Dep. Económico e Técnico at AIMMAP
Nascido em 1969.
Licenciado em Economia pela Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa.
Frequentou Pós-graduação em Direito das Empresas na faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Coimbra.
Master, International Executive MBA na Escola de Negócios Caixanova.
International Business Program, Georgetown University.
Da sua experiência, destaca-se a actividade de formador e consultor em diversas empresas nas áreas de gestão e inovação, gerente de empresas em instituição financeira de referência nacional, bem como a de membro em diversos órgãos sociais de Entidades Associativas.
Em 2000 juntou-se à AIMMAP onde desempenha funções de Coordenador do Departamento Técnico-Económico da AIMMAP, bem como de responsável pelo GAPI-Gabinete de Apoio à Propriedade Industrial.
Madalena Estêvão
Madalena EstêvãoOrganizzational Development Consultant
Experienced Organizational Development Professional with a demonstrated history of working in and for big Organizations and Projects (such as Confederação dos Agricultores de Portugal, INOFOR – Instituto para a Inovação na Formação, REFER, Infraestruturas de Portugal; UE programs such as Equal, Leonardo Da Vinci, and private companies occasionally).
Skilled in Business Planning, Management, Project Management (with a Pós Graduação focused in Gestão e Avaliação de Projetos from Universidade Católica Portuguesa and certification PMI up to 2013). Strong skills in Team Building and Leadership (2019 update at Nova BSE) and Strategic Planning (2019 update at ISCTE).
Nuno Maia Silva
Nuno Maia SilvaDiretor Geral @ AISET - Associação da indústria da Península de Setúbal
Nuno Maia Silva nasceu em Lisboa em 1966.
Licenciou-se em 1990 em Relações Internacionais pelo Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Politicas da Universidade de Lisboa, instituição em que ocupou cargos associativos académicos durante vários.

Desempenhou funções de Diretor do Cartão Jovem entre 1991 e 1994, foi Assessor de Comunicação da Construtora Engil entre 1995 e 1999 e Diretor Geral da Aximage, Consultora de Comunicação e Imagem entre 1999 e 2004.

Desde 2004 é Diretor de Comunicação Institucional da Secil, Companhia Geral de Cal e Cimento, SA, cimenteira portuguesa de cariz internacional com sede em Setúbal, tendo também, desde 2015, acumulado responsabilidades corporativas nas áreas da Sustentabilidade e Responsabilidade Social.

A Secil foi uma das Empresas fundadoras da AISET, em 2014, tendo representado a Empresa na Associação desde o início.

É ainda Presidente da Direção da Alumni ISCSP- Associação dos Antigos Alunos do ISCSP, desde 2012 e Presidente do Conselho Fiscal do GRACE, Grupo de Acão para a Reflexão e Cidadania Empresarial, em representação da Secil.

Paulo Martins Silva
Paulo Martins SilvaAdministrador da Montepio Seguros SGPS e Lusitania Companhia de Seguros S.A.
PhD Gestão (Finanças) – Iseg – Universidade de Lisboa
MSc Risk Management – Stern Business School – NYU
Mestre em Finanças – Iseg – Universidade de Lisboa
MBA Finanças- Universidade Católica Portuguesa (parte curricular)
Economista – Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Rui Baptista
Rui BaptistaCountry General Manager at FICOSA
Rui Baptista, é Country General Manager da Fico Cables, empresa do grupo
FICOSA, grupo espanhol do sector automovel. Como Country Manager é
responsável pelas Operações do grupo Ficosa em Portugal e igualmente pela
Unidade de Negócios Door and Seat Systems que para além da componente
comercial tem igualmente o desenvolvimento de produto e processo de fabrico
dos produtos desta Unidade de Negócios, industrializados em todas as
unidades fabris do grupo .

O Rui após 5 anos na Universidade de Aveiro, iniciou a sua carreira
profissional na FicoCables no ano de 2000 e após ter passado por uma
diversidade de áreas em Portugal e no Brasil (Environmental, Compras,
Qualidade, Supply Chain, Produção) assumiu a responsabilidade de Plant
Manager na Unidade da Ficosa em São Paulo e posteriormente na Fico Cables.
No início 2013 e durante 3 anos assumiu a Direção Geral da Coindu Roménia
numa empresa de capital Português do sector Têxtil/Automóvel, e nos dois
anos seguintes assumiu responsabilidades de Direção Geral nas unidades
Portuguesas do mesmo Grupo.

Desde novembro de 2018 regressou a Ficosa para assumir a Direção Geral como
Country General Manage

Miguel Oliveira
Miguel Oliveira| VP at INOV-ORG | Assistant Professor | Researcher
Jorge S. Coelho
Jorge S. CoelhoPresidente INOV.ORG Associação Inovação Organizacional
Jorge Coelho is managing partner at SisConsult since 1996, co-founder and president of INOV.ORG – Association for Organisational innovation since 2019, member of the Advisory Board of CIONET Portugal and member of EUWIN steering Committee. He is chairman of the Supervisory Board of Portucalense University (UPT), and Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Minho and the University Portucalense since 1993. Jorge is also visiting professor at the BPM summer school of HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht since 2015. Jorge’s experience is related to organisational innovation projects, business planning and strategy deployment, BPM strategic and operational management consulting, information systems planning and implementation, change management, knowledge management, and management training, covering many business sectors and public administrations. In the past, Jorge was the head of the IT consulting department at the Porto Office of Price Waterhouse (1990-94), and Management Control, Organisation and IT manager at Central Region of Portuguese Post Offices (1979-1990). Jorge is a regular speaker at conferences and workshops.He was co-founder and president of IPBPM from 2007 to 2019.

Jorge has been supporting organisational change and innovation initiatives in private (Portuguese and foreign, SMEs and large) enterprises and public sector bodies at central and local levels. He specialises in workshops at board level involving senior directors and managers to clarify and deploy business strategy, model business architectures in terms of organisational competences, design governance models, define and align business project portfolios, define and implement management and strategy control systems and continuous. improvement and innovation. Results include improved strategy alignment, agility, performance, motivation,
and breaking away from silo thinking!

Jorge Soeiro Marques
Jorge Soeiro MarquesChief Risk Officer at Lusitania Companhia de Seguros
Corporate and financial advisor in strategic business; Controller – Implementation of business intelligence applications, negotiations in M&A, development of cost control systems and compliance; Chief Risk Officer – Creation of the department, attending to the new IFRS and Solvency II requirements, development of an ERM framework and a strategic GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance).
Focused in strategic management issues.
Parallel goal: Starting a new business in education (six years of experience as well as teaching and managing)

Specialties: Strategic Management, Budgeting, Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Intelligence, Business Processing, Risk Management

Jorge Silva
Jorge SilvaDirector Head of IT / Europe
Enterprise Architecture, Business Process Management, Risk Management (ISO 31000), Information Security Management, Knowledge Management, ITIL, ISO 27001, ISO 27005, ISO 27035, ISO 31000, TISAX,

Specialties: Enterprise Architecture / Business Architecture, BPM – Business Process Management, ITIL, ISO27001 – Information Security Management, Risk Management, Organizational Transformation, Business Modeling, Management (strategic and operational), ARCHIMATE, BPMN, DMN, UML.

Rui Dinis Sousa
Rui Dinis SousaProfessor at University of Minho
Rui Dinis de Sousa holds a PhD in Business Administration/Management Information Systems from University of Georgia, USA, a MSc in Business Informatics and a 5-year degree in Informatics and Systems Engineering from University of Minho, Portugal. As an Assistant Professor at University of Minho, among many courses and seminars in the Information Systems domain, he has been namely in charge of Work, Processes and Organizational Engineering in the Master of Information Systems Engineering and Management and Integrated Systems Implementation for undergrads in Information Systems and Technology. As the first Director of this last degree, he was deeply involved in promoting and implementing its adequacy according to the Bologna Process from the previous degree in Business Informatics, of which he was also his Director.

As a researcher, he has been working in two fronts. The first one, coming from his doctoral research, relates to the adoption and diffusion of Information Systems and Technology, namely, the ones that exhibit more complexity. The second one relates to Business Process Management (BPM) on what concerns an adequate support from Information Systems and Technology to improve, redesign and manage business processes, concerns that go back to previous master research particularly devoted to process modeling in reengineering projects. As a University of Minho representative of a research group on BPM, he was a co-founder of the Portuguese Institute of BPM (IPBPM) and now INOV-ORG.

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PARCEIROS ASSOCIAÇÕES EMPRESARIAIS

PARCEIROS ASSOCIAÇÕES e ORDENS PROFISSIONAIS

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PARCEIROS ADMINISTRAÇÃO PÚBLICA

Eventos anteriores realizados em parceria com a EUWIN

INNOVATIVE CONFERENCE 2018
| AEP | Matosinhos |

Algumas fotos que evidenciam a satisfação dos 80 participantes na Workshop Master Class and Fresh Thinking Lab sobre Workplace Innovation in Practice realizado no dia 5 de maio de 2018 na AEP, Matosinhos.

 Workplace Innovation em maio de 2017
| Fundação Gulbenkian | Lisboa |

On 1st and 2nd June 2017 the annual conference of the Portuguese Institute for Business Process Management – IPBPM, took place. This completed a 10 year cycle of the BPM Lisbon conference, fostering BPM practices which address strategic, operational and technological perspectives.

We concluded that institutions in general were more readily adopting the operational and technological practices than the strategic ones. Meanwhile many issues were coming up, like the lack of strategic alignment of business processes and technology, returns on investment much lower than expected, and difficulties in involving employees in business transformation projects.

So we decided to begin a new cycle of conferences reinforcing the organisational innovation practices, beginning with the INNOVATIVE CONFERENCE 2017.

The programme offered the opportunity to discuss several Portuguese case studies that revealed the great potential of workplace innovation practices; these were not very well known in the Portuguese community.

In this context, the whole afternoon that Steven Dhondt and Peter Totterdill ran, as coordinators of EUWIN Network, was fantastic.

“Workplace Innovation: how to get companies to start the change?” was the theme presented by Steven, followed by EUWIN’s film: The Fifth Element. The concept of workplace innovation, its benefits and the five Elements were transmitted in a very comprehensive way. Ending his talk, Steven discussed how behaviour issues and resistance to change create a barrier to the adoption of workplace innovation.

Then the stories of Edwin Van Vlierberghe (Bombardier), Ton Driessen (RESATO) and António Conde (iPlanus) helped the participants to understand what workplace innovation can deliver to companies and organisations. It was very interesting for the audience to hear directly, in the first person and from those who had experienced and led the change projects, the details of those case studies. Ton stressed “We want to be a learning organisation where everyone seeks the best solution for our customer”.

Teamwork and continued management attention were integral to Edwin’s approach, in which “Operators in the production teams are now held accountable for team performance”. António explained how “Empowerment is clearly related to associate involvement and this is felt strongly as the key to positive change”.

At the end, Peter Totterdill explained The Fifth Element further including the Short Diagnostic on workplace innovation.

During the second day, Peter Housden shared his experience leading the project that the Scottish Government had pursued in adopting a distinctive and innovative approach to organisational design and workplace practices. Jorge Coelho (IPBPM and SisConsult) presented his approach to model organisations in terms of self-directed teams, using systemic criteria and specific governance rules to assure effective strategic alignment and accountability.

Steven and Peter challenged us to progress towards a Portuguese eco-system for workplace innovation.

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