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    2020 Visions – Programme Summary

    Numerous Speakers – 2020 Vision Highlights

    Attracting, inspiring and retaining ‘talent’ in the Connected Organisation

    Liz Nottingham at the Workplace Week Convention

    At the annual Workplace Week Convention, hosted by PWC, Liz Nottingham, Regional HR director at Starcom Mediavest considered how to attract, inspire and retain talent in the connected organisation. A revolutionary speaker tackling issues regarding workplace culture and technology.

    The Kinetic Organisation

    Andrew Mawson at the Workplace Week Convention

    At annual Workplace Week Convention, hosted by PWC, Andrew Mawson described Advanced Workplace Associates’ Kinetic Organisation research, explaining that the goal is a “fluid” organisation, not one that simply shifts from one state of ‘stability’ to another. “The truly connected organisation will only be achieved through the cooperation of all those involved in managing space, people and technology.” Wise words that have been showcased by Andrews work in the workplace industry.

    The Science of Happiness at Work

    Jessica Pryce-Jones at the Workplace Week Convention

    At annual Workplace Week Convention, hosted by PWC, Jessica Pryce-Jones of the iOpener Institute talked about the Science of Happiness, distinguishing between short-term “emotional happiness” and “mindset hapinesss”. This talk is ideal for business leaders trying to engage their employees and stimulate happiness in the workplace.

    Social Network Analysis

    Roland Openshaw at the Workplace Week Convention

    At the annual Workplace Week Convention, hosted by PWC, Roland Openshaw took the audience through social network analysis (SNA), a technique to understand how people are connecting and interacting across organisations. Social networks are being utilised in almost every modern office around the world.

    2020 Visions – World trade in 2020…workplace impact

    Mark Wood – Deputy Chairman of Paternoster

    The UK and its place in the world in 2020

    2020 Visions – World trade in 2020….workplace impact

    Graeme Leach Q & A – Chief Economist and Director of Policy at the Institute of Directors

    A macro-economic, demographic and social context for the UK and its position in the world and impact on work and workplace, Q & A Session

    2020 Visions – Driving to a sustainable future

    Jonathan Porritt – Co-founder of Forum for the Future

    The drive to improve sustainability in the workplace, and what this will mean for organisations, work and life by 2020. Thoughts and opinions about workplace best practice that are are ringing true around the world.

    2020 Visions – Driving to a sustainable future Part 2

    Jonathan Porritt – Q & A

    The drive to improve sustainability in the workplace, and what this will mean for organisations, work and life by 2020. Thoughts and opinions about workplace best practice that are are ringing true around the world.

    2020 Visions – Driving to a sustainable future

    Zahl Limbuwala – CEO of Romonet

    The drive to improve sustainability in the workplace, and what this will mean for organisations, work and life by 2020. Thoughts and opinions about workplace best practice that are are ringing true around the world.

    2020 Visions – Driving to a sustainable future Part 2

    Zahl Limbuwala – Q&A

    The drive to improve sustainability in the workplace, and what this will mean for organisations, work and life by 2020. Thoughts and opinions about workplace best practice that are are ringing true around the world.

    Advanced Workplace Associates