Future of Work: People, Place, Technology is the premier Australian forum for sharing ideas, inspiration and information about the future of work.
Bringing together world-class thinkers, practitioners and influencers, the two-day program is an exciting combination of keynote lectures, panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities. The conference will explore innovation, adaptation and the opportunities of the 21st century, designed to provide tools and ideas for you to increase productivity, embrace opportunity and prepare your workplace for rapid changes.
The conference is essential for anyone who wants to find out what’s now, what’s next, what’s new and what we haven’t even thought of yet! Be challenged, inspired, connected and surprised at Future of Work: People, Place, Technology 2016.
The 2016 Future of Work program draws out exciting and challenging discussions about the changing nature of work, while also providing practical tools, strategies and insights as to how those challenges can be harnessed as opportunities for innovation and growth.Read more
The Study of Australian Leadership (SAL) is the largest study of its kind since the 1995 Karpin Report. Through SAL we seek to understand current and future challenges facing Australian organisations, and the capacity of their leaders to meet these challenges. Launched during the Future of Work, the findings will fill an important gap in our understanding of how leadership can influence productivity, innovation and Australia’s long-term competitiveness.Read more
Future of Work: People, Place, Technology explores new ways of working and equips attendees with the knowledge and skills to effectively contribute to and lead the ‘future of work’ by exploring the intersection of three themes: People, Place and Technology.The Themes
9:00am, 20 April 2016 – 5:30pm, 21 April 2016
Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne, Victoria
ENVISIONING 20 April 2016
Day 1 of the conference will focus on envisioning the future of work. How do we understand the implications of the rapidly changing world of work? And how do you identify exciting opportunities?
ENACTING 21 April 2016
Day 2 will enable you to act on your ideas with practical, applicable, individual strategies for embracing the opportunities of the future of work.
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