Attract and train digital talents to drive enterprise IoT transformation
Bosch leverages its strengths in the fields of sensors, software, and services to promote the transformation of the Internet of Things, and digital talent is one of the key factors for the transformation of enterprises. In order to help employees improve their digital capabilities in both hard core and soft skills, Bosch has innovatively developed a series of digital skills training, newly upgraded the development path of digital talent experts, launched digital innovation performance management tools and diversified incentives. Products to help employees meet the challenges of transformation. In the digital age, the boundaries between technology, talents and industries have gradually become blurred. Talents in different business fields need to jump out of their specialties and carry out cross-professional, cross-functional, cross-industry collaborative innovation. To this end, Bosch has established a "digital talent community" within the company, encouraging employees to initiate innovation initiatives in the community to discuss technical and business innovation solutions. Relying on this community, the first hackathon dedicated to Bosch employees was successfully held. Employees from different businesses and fields are free to form teams based on their own skills and strengths, and explore new business development directions from a technical and commercial perspective. The establishment of the "digital talent community" makes technology and business insight sharing faster and more timely, and the cooperation and co-creation of talents becomes easier, which promotes the common growth of employees and the company. In addition, Bosch has also invested in the establishment of a local artificial intelligence and software center, relying on its expertise and experience in the field of Internet of Things to meet the growing needs of the local market.
Creating an innovation incubation platform to stimulate internal innovation vitality
Innovation is the driving force behind Bosch's transformation. On the one hand, Bosch actively stimulates employees' potential innovation capabilities, and on the other hand, it also creates an internal incubation platform for innovative ideas. This platform can not only give the entrepreneurs within Bosch the opportunity to cooperate and exchange and receive systematic business innovation training, but also provide a stage for the same competition for Bosch makers all over the world. In the end, the winners can get angel funds inside Bosch to put their ideas into action.
Globally, Bosch now has six innovation incubation bases, one of which is in China. The Bosch Innovation Incubation Base, located in the Caohejing Park, Shanghai, China, has successfully hatched a number of products in-house, including baby shakers, smart housekeepers, and Zhiwenbao.