WORKTECH17 London on 14/15th November is the forum for all those involved in the future of work and the workplace as well as real estate, technology and innovation. It will bring together some truly inspiring and innovative thinkers to divulge the latest thinking on this important topic.
As we are sponsors of the event, we are delighted to offer you an opportunity to access a discounted ticket to attend. At 20% off, this ticket enables full access to the two day conference, exhibition and networking drinks. Book now to join 300+ senior workplace professionals and thought leaders examining all aspects of the future of work and the workplace. We hope you can join us.
You can view the final programme here but here are a few highlights:
Fluid Organisations & Networks
Chris Fussell, former Navy SEAL Officer and New York Times Bestselling Author of Team of Teams will share how technology, human behaviour and pace of disruption has changed so much that organisations now need to be networked, flexible and resilient – creating a team of teams to adapt to an ever-changing problem set.
The World’s Most Innovative New Buildings
WORKTECH explore the journey behind 2 of the most exciting new and connected workplaces – the new Ampere building in La Defense, Paris and Accenture’s living, breathing eco-system in Dublin – and look at the platforms transforming the way we work.
Play At Work
Aaron Taylor Harvey, Director of Environments at Airbnb, will share how a lexicon of space making strategies can provide the kind of adventure and delight that is at the same time a highly functional work-focused environment.
Anton Andrews, Director of Office Envisioning at Microsoft, will be attending to outline Microsoft’s latest thinking on the new ways of working together which will foster creative collaboration and advance innovation. As organisations and teams become more diverse, projects faster paced and more fluid, we need better ways of working. Anton shares Microsoft’s Office Envisioning’s new prototypes, collaborative workstyles that bring people together in ways that enhance innovation and creativity. Additionally, Ryan Fuller, GM Workplace Analytics, Microsoft will examine how Workplace Analytics will enable the Future of Work.
Ben Waber was at MIT Media Lab, where he helped create incredible new technology for the workplace. See how his people analytics at Humanyze help understand how communication impacts delivery, engagement and productivity. Hear early case studies from companies in North America.
WORKTECH examine platforms transforming the way we work with a look at trends including ‘workplace as a service’, the sharing economy and look at 3 groundbreaking new ideas and marketplaces for workspace.
Lucy Adams, Author of best-selling HR Disrupted and ex-HR Director at the BBC, explores how we need to lead, manage, engage and support our employees differently in this increasingly volatile and disrupted world offering a new vision for people and organisations.
Andre Spicer, Author and Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Cass Business School will explore Functional Stupidity at Work, what makes a workplace mindless and how to challenge thoughtless conformity to enhance effectiveness.