How are global organizations navigating workplace change in 2020?
November 9 - November 12
If you work within HR, FM, Design, CRE, IT, Communications or another vital line of business that has an impact and an influence on your workplace, the week has been designed especially for you.
Over four days, attend more than 15+ live corporate case-study webinars and sponsor fringe events which give real life examples of how organizations around the world are navigating the challenges of 2020 and giving greater consideration to how science, innovation and new working styles and practices can enhance business performance and create not just a new normal, but a better normal for all.
Heads of Workplace will reveal the challenges, struggles, considerations and opportunities that have impacted their own workplace strategies in the last 6 months; and how these are shaping their plans for 2021 and beyond.
Whether change has come about as a result of the pandemic, or whether it’s simply accelerated as a result of the challenges of 2020, this is your chance to hear first-hand what other organizations are doing when it comes to implementing new working practices, styles, technology and infrastructure to create positive and sustainable change.
The program will cover key topics including:
- How to successfully change to a hybrid model of workplace styles and practices?
- How to manage dispersed teams?
- New roles for real estate, facilities, technology and HR
- The positive impact of agile work on the global carbon footprint
…and there’s so much more!
This November, there’s no need to plan your commute or spend on Metro / Tube tickets. Simply log on to www.workplaceweek.com NOW a
There’s a small fee but in keeping with Workplace Week tradition, ALL PROCEEDS will be donated to our three international charity partners: BBC Children in Need in the UK, Make a Wish in Latam, Europe and Asia; and I Have a Dream Foundation in the US – boosting the $100,000 total already raised to date in the U.K. and U.S. throughout WPW’s 10-year legacy.
It’s not to be missed – but don’t just take our word for it. Workplace Week is supported by leading industry bodies, including International Facility Management Association, Workplace Evolutionaries, Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
So what are you waiting for?
Register now and stay tuned for many more names and sessions to be announced very soon.