In order to get girls interested in computer science professions, an image change is needed. They are still too often seen as technical. But communication and teamwork are a big part of it – Alain Gut explains what appeals more to girls in the second part of the interview. We want to know what concrete […]
About Jasmine Streich
Jasmine Streich is a research associate at the Institute Public Sector Transformation of the Business School at Bern University of Applied Sciences. Her research work focuses on digital accessibility and the transformation of the public sector.
Entries by Jasmine Streich
How does digitalisation affect women and men? Does it bring the opportunity to balance out existing gender-specific inequalities in the labour market? We talk about this in an interview with Alain Gut, responsible for Public Affairs at IBM Switzerland. When reviewing numerous reports and strategies of research institutes, but also of the federal government, one […]
What are the reasons for the shortage of skilled professionals in the Swiss ICT sector? An interview with Daniela Burkhard, Head of Human Resource Management at Bedag Informatik AG, provides some explanations. Ms Burkhard, as an HR specialist, can you explain why previous campaigns to attract women to ICT professions have had little effect? It […]