10:30–15:30 on 20 September 2017 at PWC, London
An intensive Workplace PIN workshop for leaders in Real Estate, FM, Workplace, HR & IT (occupiers only) who want to take an advanced approach to the creation and management of the modern workplace
The Issue: Technology suppliers are aggressively marketing products and services that are generating huge amounts of data about the performance of the workplace – many with attractive ‘dashboards’ and graphical presentations. But many are questioning the value of these tools, the benefits they deliver and whether we are in danger of being led by the technology.
- Demystify the technology and challenge some of the hype promoted by suppliers
- Identify what data we really need to manage the modern workplace, through firstly understanding what experiences we want to deliver
- Show how to turn data into actionable information
- Learn from our Case Study presented by Willis Towers Watson
- Provide a framework for understanding the data, tools and skills you need to manage the workplace in its entirety
|10:30||Welcome & Introductions|
Demystifying the technology
Raj Krishnamurthy, Workplace Fabric
What data do we REALLY need to support the workplace experience?
Sarah Hodge, AWA
|11:45||Turning data into actionable information – Group Exercise|
CASE STUDY: Willis Towers Watson – Designing and implementing an IT infrastructure for managing the workplace
Nick Mann, WTW
Framework for understanding the data, tools and skills needed to manage the workplace
Andrew Mawson, AWA
Wrap up and future PIN events – close at 15:30
Sarah is an expert consultant with 25 years’ workplace, FM and organisational change management experience. She has worked with a wide variety of prestigious organisations on client and supplier sides, including Canary Wharf Olympia and York, Lloyds of London, Swiss Reinsurance, UBM Global Media and Rio Tinto. She is an active member of the BIFM and former Board Member. Since joining AWA, Sarah has worked on projects for Interserve, the British Film Institute and OCS.
Raj is a ten-year veteran of advanced analytics and information systems technologies and heads global workplace technology specialist Workplace Fabric. Workplace Fabric‘s proprietary technology, Freespace, enables the reduction of real estate cost and the transformation of workplace experiences. Its intelligent modules measure office occupancy and environmental factors to ensure optimal working conditions and productivity.
Colombine is a multi-skilled Human Factors specialist, with a proven track record of utilising qualitative methods to effectively deliver human-centred solutions. She has a PhD in Human Interaction and has a keen ability to research and understand how design affects interactions between humans. At AWA she has worked with Interserve and is a key contributor to the various elements of our Performance Innovation Network.
One of the UK’s leading thinkers on the evolution of work and the workplace. Since founding AWA nearly 25 years ago, Andrew has worked at strategic level with many organisations including Merrill Lynch, RBS, Network Rail, Santander, Unicef UK, Welcome Break, Willis Towers Watson and BFI. Andrew has also been closely involved in the Workplace PIN since its inception and has directed a number of research projects on knowledge worker productivity, managing the agile workforce and cognitive fitness.
If you would like to attend the workshop as our guest, please call us now on +44 207 743 7110, or email Karen Plum at firstname.lastname@example.org.