December PIN Transition Group Workshop – Apply to Attend

Using Technology to Improve Performance of the Modern Workplace

An intensive workshop for leaders in Real Estate, FM, Workplace, HR & IT (occupiers only) taking an advanced approach to the creation and management of the modern workplace.

When: 10:30-15:30, 5th December 2018

Where: Euston House, London NW1

*Register your interest at the bottom of the page

AWA Advanced Workplace Associates: Cognitive Performance

Workshop Aims

1. Pinpoint evolving technologies that will enhance human performance and underpin a more sophisticated model for managing the workplace.

2. Show how sensor technology can be used to strategically increase workplace capacity – via the case study.

3. Provide a framework for determining technology needs to support the effective management of the workplace.

4. Show how using data can enhance the professionalism and power of workplace managers.

5. Share a framework of KPIs needed to drive enhanced workplace performance and the consequent information needs.

AWA Advanced Workplace Associates: Cognitive Fitness

The Issue

Using technology (Internet of Things, AI, Big Data) to monitor and manage workplace performance is a fast-changing landscape. Many workplace leaders are led by technology providers, rather than being clear about what they want/need from their data and systems.

Our Workshop debunks technology speak and provides attendees with a framework for thinking about and developing systems for managing the modern workplace experience. 

AWA Advanced Workplace Associates: Meeting

Schedule

10:30 – Welcome & Introductions 

10:45 – Workplace Management – what are we trying to achieve?

11:30 – Technologies to enhance the ‘Workplace Consumer’ experience .
Jon Knight, Ascentae &
Raj Krishnamurthy,
Workplace Fabric

12:30 – Lunch

13:15  – Information needs for Consumer Centered Performance Management

14:30 – Case Study: Strategic Workplace Capacity Management,
David Music, Willis Towers Watson

15:15 – Wrap up and future PIN plans for 2019 – close at 15:30

Our Contributors
AWA Advanced Workplace Associates: Andrew Mawson, Founder

Founder & Managing Director, AWA

Workplace management and consumer centred performance management

Andrew is recognised as one of the UK’s leading thinkers on the evolution of work and the workplace. Since founding AWA over 25 years ago, he has worked at strategic level with organisations including Merrill Lynch, RBS, Network Rail, Santander, Unicef UK, Welcome Break, Willis Towers Watson, The Home Office and The Cabinet Office to support them in improving the performance of their workplace portfolios.

Andrew has been closely involved in the Workplace PIN since its inception.

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Raj Krishnamurthy

CEO, Workplace Fabric

Technologies to enhance the 'Workplace Consumer’ experience

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.

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Jon Knight

Commercial Director, Ascentae

Technologies to enhance the 'Workplace Consumer’ experience

Jon co-founded Ascentae following 20 years’ experience working on ‘both sides’ of the industry. His in-depth knowledge of the sector has helped shape the company’s vision and he oversees all commercial elements within Ascentae, including setting the overall business strategy and defining the route to market.

Jon is highly committed to ensuring customers have a fantastic experience through new technology and recognises technology needs to enhance existing business processes rather than processes being changed to adapt to the technology in order to drive adoption.

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David Music

Director, Operations and Information Management Real Estate and Workplace Solutions, Willis Towers Watson, USA

Case study: Strategic Workplace Capacity Management

David is an Industrial Engineer, for the last 10+ years working as a real estate specialist at the intersection of corporate real estate and business operations. Success in this arena means understanding C-suite business drivers, market dynamics around labor and real estate and the needs of the business operations teams.

David’s responsibility is to deliver creative, data-driven solutions to ensure the company is able to drive its business forward – developing and implementing technology platforms that manage, maintain, and improve a real estate portfolio. This involves developing the business case, identifying options, crafting the solution, and then managing the implementation. He will share his experience with the group during the case study.

AWA Advanced Workplace Associates: Events

Transition Group Programme 2018-2019

Stepping Stones to the Future

This programme focuses on the changing role of the workplace and workplace management, which are undeniably evolving as critical business tools. It will help leaders in CRE, FM, HR and IT to evaluate their management of the workplace – delivering strategies, tactical approaches, tools and techniques at the forefront of workplace management thinking.

Workshops will feature insightful case studies and all will include experienced speakers working in the thick of these important developments. Attendees will receive a CPD certificate.

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