Author: Annika Ribordy

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Retrospective on the TRANSIT event “Flexibilisation” in Yverdon-les-Bains

13.06.22 Explorit, Yverdon-les-Bains On 13 June 2022, the TRANSIT interdisciplinary community met in the new Explorit building in Yverdon-les-Bains to reflect on the future of adult education after the pause caused by the pandemic. The transition from stressful everyday life to creative thinking was facilitated by the new TRANSIT card game “Questions for the Future” (which will be available in the SVEB Shop from about mid-June). Theme of the year: flexibilisation The main theme of this year’s TRANSIT event was flexibilisation. This theme was chosen as a priority for 2022 by the TRANSIT community in a broad survey. The TRANSIT team has produced a working paper which outlines the processes of flexibilisation in three areas – life projects, new work and sources of knowledge – and which serves as a basis for this year’s TRANSIT events in all language regions. The working paper outlines social trends. The aim of the TRANSIT events is to understand or anticipate what they mean for the future of continuing education. Input Assaâd El Akremi from the University of Toulouse …

Partir de l’impact pour penser la flexibilité autrement

Assâad El Akremi est un chercheur actif dans le développement organisationnel de la région d’Occitanie en France, et il est le co-auteur du livre « La société flexible » paru il y a 20 ans. Dans l’un de ses chapitres, nous pouvons y lire que la flexibilité est utilisée à des fins de régulation que peut exercer l’entreprise sur ces employés. Est-ce toujours le cas aujourd’hui ? Et comment la thématique est-elle traitée aujourd’hui et à l’avenir ?