As Head of Workplace and Infrastructure at AXA Germany, Oliver Eske manages the "New Way of Working" project – or NWoW for short. The project’s mission? To introduce “new work principles” at all German AXA locations by the end of 2019, sustainably improving collaboration within the group, reducing silo thinking and promoting more agile working. But project NWoW is not only about reshaping the workplace; it also aims to help encourage flexible, creative and innovative work.
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