Symposium cinfo

Symposium cinfo takes place every two years, providing opportunities for networking and further education on a topical issue for employees of Network cinfo member organisations. The Symposium uses a wide range of methods, including interactive seminars, and relies on various external experts.

An overview

Panel discussions and expert contributions

The panel discussions allow various experts to discuss their opinions – for practitioners, this is a fascinating, relevant mix of expert knowledge about important questions in the field of international cooperation.
 

Workshops

Small, theme-based working groups reflect on current practices and develop new approaches in an interactive way. The groups allow for lively and in-depth discussions.

Networking opportunities

The Symposium brings together many relevant actors in international cooperation - an ideal opportunity to cultivate existing contacts, make new ones and exchange ideas with other experts.

Research is the foundation

Specialist studies on various topics are carried out and published prior to the Symposium, ensuring a high quality event and positioning cinfo as a competence centre.

Target audience

Symposium cinfo is primarily aimed at international cooperation experts in the areas of HR, knowledge management and operations. The focus is on learning, exchange and further development. The target audience varies according to the topic of the symposium.

Retrospective

Contact us

Do you have any questions or requests? We are gladly at your disposal.

netzwerk@cinfo.ch

Immersion day – Shaping the organisation of the future

28 November 2019, Bienne

You work for a Swiss-based organisation in the field of international cooperation.

To what extent have you ever addressed innovation, digital transformation and agile collaboration? These are not topics exclusively reserved for Google or Swisscom. They are highly relevant to your organisation, too.

Join the Immersion Day and find out how you can (help) shape the organisation of the future.

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