San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
In a world being transformed by shifting demographics, digital disruption and emerging technology, discover strategies to prepare for the workplaces of tomorrow at the third annual Future of Work: People, Place, Technology.
WEDNESDAY 20TH AND THURSDAY 21ST APRIL 2016
DEAKIN EDGE, FEDERATION SQUARE, MELBOURNE
Our workplaces are being reshaped. We face a transformation on a scale larger than the industrial revolution – and it will change work and society in ways that we’re only beginning to imagine.
This conference brings together an influential line-up of industry experts and thought-leaders from Australia and across the world, offering a dynamic showcase of ground-breaking ideas and innovative industry responses to the rapidly changing work-scape.
Across an in-depth, two-day program of keynote lectures, expert panels and hands-on workshops, the conference will offer practical tools to help you increase productivity, respond to the latest technological trends and position yourself to take advantage of this next step in the evolution of work.
In the workplace of the 21st century, innovation and adaptation are the only constants. Embrace the challenge at Future of Work: People, Place, Technology 2016.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Day 1 - Envisioning. Understanding the implications of change and identifying opportunities for innovation and growth.
Day 2 - Enacting. Practicable, applicable, individual strategies and tactics for embracing the opportunities of the future of work.
Tickets grant access to both days of the conference, networking events and interactive experiences. All tickets include GST and booking fees.
Group tickets available for bookings of 4+. Don't miss a minute, catch every conference session in a group. Interested in bringing a larger group? Contact Angus Blackman at the Centre for Workplace Leadership at email@example.com to find out how.
When & Where
Centre for Workplace Leadership
We envisage Australian workplaces led by world-class managers – across all sectors, in metropolitan and regional Australia, and in small and large enterprises.
The Centre for Workplace Leadership will drive the national dialogue on workplace reform; lead cutting-edge research; and empower managers and workers to lead workplaces of the future, now.