Future of Work Live brings together the brightest minds and business leaders from across the world to deliver the latest thinking on the future of the workplace. Taking place at the America Conference Centre in London on 4 April 2019, the one-day summit will focus on agile working, technology and AI, with a great mix of keynote speakers, round-table discussions, live demonstrations, breakout sessions and networking with futurists. After two successful years, The Agile Working event has now developed into Future of Work Live and will take place in April 2019 in London.
An excellent day! I thoroughly enjoyed the event and have taken away so much to take back to the workplace – Thank you!
Head of Employee Programmes, Lloyds Banking Group
Key Reasons to Attend:
We are also giving a FREE copy of ‘The Joy of Work: 30 Ways to Fix Your Work Culture and Fall in Love with Your Job Again’ by Bruce Daisley, VP EMEA, Twitter to all ‘Early-Bird’ ticket bookings! Secure your ticket below before 15th February!
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VP EMEA @ Twitter & previously ran YouTube UK at Google. Runs the Apple #1 podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat & wrote The Joy of Work in 2019
Focused on supporting the workforce development through the advent of digital transformation and the associated leadership challenges
International keynote speaker, Futurist, Over 25 years at IKEA in Sweden & developer of ‘Visualize the Future Workplace’
Responsibility for the Group wide business led approach to Agile Working – at the heart of the Group’s Strategy
An evangelist for responsible technology and promoting awareness of the growing ethical agenda relating to AI
Karen has been a key player in the transformation of the workplace from a traditional 9-5 environment into its current, more flexible form
Combines psychology with futurology to try & anticipate what might be lying around the corner for both customers and organisations
A full time mental health campaigner & influencer who is passionate about smashing the stigma of mental ill-health in our workplaces
Engage with customers to share best practice & innovation in all areas relating to Talent Acquisition and Transformation
Talent Acquisition Innovator with 8 years of experience in partnering with organisations to advise & deliver candidate engagement campaigns
Expertise on technology & culture – helping companies balance these elements in the creation of their next generation workplaces
Working to develop and deliver policies around the digital strategy, skills, data ethics and the future of work
Vishal is an accomplished Senior IT Executive with 20 years of experience in global IT strategy, solution design and deployment.
08:15 – 08:50: Registration and Networking
08:50 – 09:00: Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair
George Muir, Founder & CEO, Udal Cuain AB
09:00 – 09:30: Opening Keynote Address: Building Winning Cultures
Bruce Daisley has spent 3 years studying the best workplace cultures. What are the secrets that set the best apart from the rest? What are the changes that any of us can make to create winning work cultures in our businesses?
Bruce Daisley, Vice President EMEA, Twitter
09:30 – 10:00: AI & Robotics – Talent Acquisition Reinvention or Hype?
Simon Clements, TA Transformation Lead, IBM
Georgiana Chiper, Talent & Transformation (AI, EVP, Optimization, Candidate Experience), IBM
10:00 – 10:45: Leadership Panel Debate
The brightest minds bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to our morning panel discussion including case studies, policy and solutions
Jenny Hogbin, Programme Delivery Lead, Lloyds Banking Group
Vinous Ali, Head of Policy, Skills, Innovation & Digital Strategy, Tech UK
Vishal Brown, Senior Vice President, Consultancy, Yorktel
Karen Mattison MBE, Co-Founder, Timewise
10:45 – 11:15: Morning Networking Break & Interactive Demos
11:15 – 11:45: 7‘D’s Shaping the Future of Work
Nicola Millard, Head of Customer Insights and Futurology, BT
11:45 – 12:15:
Preparing for the Future Workplace: A real life case study
In this session, Kate will share her future of work journey from Citi over the last 12 months with a particular focus on bringing everyone together to share and collaborate & developing digital skills across the organisation
Kate Matthews, Future of Work Practice Lead, Citi
12:15 – 12:45: Building the Next-Generation Workplace
US based International workplace expert Mark Miller will describe the workplace of the future and discuss the important role that technology will play. He will also share information and insights on the transformation of Cisco’s workplace and the impact of this on employees, including best practices and lessons learned.
Mark Miller, Practice Leader-Workplace Transformation, Cisco
12:45 – 14:00: Networking lunch & Interactive Demos
14:00 – 14:30: Afternoon Keynote: AI
Rob McCargow, Director of AI, PwC
14:30 – 15:00: The Future of Work: #SmashingTheStigma and Preventative Mental Health
Advances in workplace technology can be both positive and negative on employee’s mental health. The inspirational Rob Stephenson recently launched the InsideOut LeaderBoard 2019: a published list of senior leaders from our workplaces who are open about their experience of mental ill-health to help smash the stigma. In this session, Rob talks about how his LeaderBoard has changed the conversation and why all stakeholders involved with the future of the workplace should create an open conversation around mental ill-health. He then talks about why we need to stimulate investment in the preventative space, helping all employees proactively manage mental wellbeing and ultimately performance.
Rob Stephenson, Founder, InsideOut | Chief Catalyst, BetterSpace
15:00 – 15:45: Round Table Discussions – Mix & Match
Delegates have the choice of a variety of round table discussions to attend. Each round table will be for 30 minutes
15.45 – 16.10: Networking Break with interactive demos
16:10 – 16:30: Personal Journey & Wrap-up from the Chair
George Muir, Founder & CEO, Udal Cuain AB
16:30 – 17:30: Networking & Drinks Reception