October 7, 2013
More details have been announced about this year’s Workplace Week, which takes place on 5 November at PricewaterhouseCoopers More London building. Our support for the event means that Insight readers are offered discounted tickets. The event is organised by Advanced Workplace Associates in aid of Children in Need. The event includes a chance to visit some of the UK’s most innovative workplaces including RBS, Innocent Drinks and KPMG as well as convention and a series of Fringe events. Speakers include Johnny Dunford, global director of commercial property at RICS; Curtis McLean, founder of Innovation Places; Keith Saxton, director of financial services at IBM Research; Jessica Pryce-Jones, founder of the I-Opener Institute in Oxford; and Mark Sherfield, COO of global accountants BDO.
Three of the things you can be involved in this year are:
- Visits to some of the most innovative workplaces in the UK. Click here
- The Workplace Week Convention 5th November at PWC, London. Click here
- The ‘Fringe’ events hosted by organisations on matters work and place. Click here
Because of Insight’s support of Workplace Week, you are able to access a special discounted ticket to ‘Driving Productivity through the Connected Organisation’ at 0900-1700, 7 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2RT.
The Convention will explore the concept of the connected organisation, its implications for leadership, infrastructure and professional productivity and look at what leaders should be doing today to prepare for the transition to the connected organisation. To access this follow the link and select ‘Sponsor Ticket’ when purchasing www.workplaceweek.com/workplace-convention. All proceeds are donated to Children in Need.