Workplace Week
Fringe Events 2017

Back by popular demand, we are pleased to announce a series of fringe events (hosted by our partners across the industry) 
to spark debate and discussion around key themes that are having a significant impact on the future world of work.

Huge thanks to our partners for their ongoing support and collaboration.

See below for more information of some of the great events
we have lined up.

The Truth About Emerging Workplace Technologies - and the Internet of Things

13 Nov | 13:00-15:00
London and Partners, 2 More London Riverside
SE1 2RR

Workplace Wellness

14 Nov | 16:00-17:30
Counting House, 53 Tooley Street
London
SE1 2QN

The Impact of Automation & AI

15 Nov | 08:30-10:00
Norton Rose Fulbright, 3 More London Riverside
SE1 2AQ

The Wellbeing Workplace

15 Nov | 08:30-10:00
Kinnarps, 69 Turnmill Street
London
EC1M 5RR

Partnering with Business Leaders

16 Nov | 08:00-10:00
Kinnarps, 69 Turnmill Street
London
EC1M 5RR


 

The truth about emerging workplace technologies – and the Internet of things

Monday 13th November | 13:00-15:00

Hosted by Workplace FABRIC, ACA Australia, Ascentae and London & Partners

Fringe: The truth about emerging Workplace Technologies & the IoT

It’s easy to become ‘wowed’ by the white-hot talk of the IT industry…. but what is the truth about emerging technologies for managing the modern workplace? Raj Krishnamurthy, CEO Workplace FABRIC, Jon Knight, Commercial Director, Ascentae, Jonathan MacFarlane, Co-Founder, ACA Projects, and Andrew Cooke, COO London Partners, will seek to debunk the IT myths, explain what does and doesn’t work, and facilitate a full and frank non-technical discussion to help those responsible for the management of the workplace. View full details here

 


 

Workplace Wellness

Tuesday 14th November | 16:00-17:30

Hosted by Area, with guest speakers from Nike, 360 Workplace and Lorica Wealth

Fringe: Workplace Wellness

An estimated 1.2 million people suffer from an illness they believe was caused or made worse by work. As part of their commitment to encouraging a more holistic approach to workplace wellness, workplace design and fit-out specialists, Area, will explore mental, physical and financial wellbeing in the workplace.
Featuring guest speakers including Hattie Grover, Nike trainer, Gymbox instructor and professional dancer, Leeson Medhurst, Head of Workplace Consultancy, 360 Workplace; and James Biggs,Consulting and Wellbeing Director, Lorica Wealth, key topics will include: staff recruitment and retention, work-life balance and financial health. View full details here

 


The Impact of Automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Wednesday 15th November | 08:30-10:00

Hosted by Warwick Business School Knowledge and Innovation Network and Norton Rose Fulbright

Fringe: Automation & AI

With recent reports documenting that 30% of activities for 60% of occupations are now technically automatable, the big question remains: what will the future look like and how long will it take to get there?
Join Stephen Dale, Warwick Business School Knowledge and Innovation Network Facilitator and Sugandha Rana, Knowledge Manager, Norton Rose Fulbright, to discuss the impact on the workplace environment, as automation revolutionises who, what, where, and how people work. Guests will later be invited to join a tour of the impressive HQ of Norton Rose Fulbright. View full details here

The Wellbeing Workplace

Wednesday 15th November | 08:30-10:00

Hosted by Kinnarps

Fringe: The Wellbeing Workplace

As organisations look to retain talent and remain competitive and attractive, there is a critical need to provide an inspiring and enjoyable workplace that supports each employees’ health and wellbeing and an authentic sense of belonging.
Whether you are responsible for FM, HR or Workplace Strategy, the dedicated session, hosted by Kinnarps, will provide thoughtful insight and offer a new perspective when it comes to making smart and sustainable planning and design decision.
Guest speakers from Kinnarps include Johanna Lundgren, Sustainability Manager and Thomas White, Head of Design. View full details here

Partnering with business leaders: Using workplace transformation to transform business (Occupiers only)

Thursday 16th November | 08:00-10:00

Hosted by Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA)

Fringe: Partnering with Business Leaders

Whilst the primary language of commercial real estate (CRE) and facilities management (FM) has been around cost and space efficiency, business leaders are often interested in silo busting, collaboration and productivity.   In this dedicated breakfast session, AWA will reveal  practical workshop techniques to align business transformation goals, implement workplace transformation initiatives and identify ways of partnering with business leaders to make powerful leaps in business performance.
Andrew Mawson, Founder of Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) and Chris Hood, AWA’s EMEA Director of Consulting will explore new sources of tangible business value from workplace transformation and provide a practical process that can be used by workplace leaders seeking to engage and transform their business in a meaningful way. View full details here

AWA Agile Working Consultants

Workplace Week is proudly organised by the agile working consultants AWA, Advanced Workplace Associates.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

@WorkplaceWeek17

So proud of our amazing result! We raised over £20,000 for @BBCCiN! Thank you to everyone who contributed! We can't… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

About 2 weeks ago from Workplace Week 2017's Twitter via Twitter Web Client


 

The truth about emerging workplace technologies – and the Internet of Things

Monday 13th November | 13:00-15:00

Hosted by Workplace Fabric, ACA Australia, Ascentae and London & Partners

Fringe: The truth about emerging Workplace Technologies & the IoT
 

It’s easy to become ‘wowed’ by the white-hot talk of the IT industry…. but what is the truth about emerging technologies for managing the modern workplace? Raj Krishnamurthy, CEO Workplace Fabric, Jon Knight, Commercial Director, Ascentae, Jonathan MacFarlane, Co-Founder, ACA Australia, and Andrew Cooke, COO London Partners, will seek to debunk the IT myths, explain what does and doesn’t work, and facilitate a full and frank non-technical discussion to help those responsible for the management of the workplace. View full details here

 


 

Workplace Wellness

Tuesday 14th November | 16:00-17:30

Hosted by Area, with guest speakers from Nike, 360 Workplace and Lorica Wealth

Fringe: Workplace Wellness
 

An estimated 1.2 million people suffer from an illness they believe was caused or made worse by work. As part of their commitment to encouraging a more holistic approach to workplace wellness, workplace design and fit-out specialists, Area, will explore mental, physical and financial wellbeing in the workplace.
Featuring guest speakers including Hattie Grover, Nike trainer, Gymbox instructor and professional dancer, Leeson Medhurst, Head of Workplace Consultancy, 360 Workplace; and James Biggs,Consulting and Wellbeing Director, Lorica Wealth, key topics will include: staff recruitment and retention, work-life balance and financial health. View full details here

 


The Impact of Automation and Artificial Intelligence

Wednesday 15th November | 08:30-10:00

Hosted by Warwick Business School Knowledge and Innovation Network and Norton Rose Fulbright

Fringe: Automation & AI
 

With recent reports documenting that 30% of activities for 60% of occupations are now technically automatable, the big question remains: what will the future look like and how long will it take to get there?
Join Stephen Dale, Warwick Business School Knowledge and Innovation Network Facilitator and Sugandha Rana, Knowledge Manager, Norton Rose Fulbright, to discuss the impact on the workplace environment, as automation revolutionises who, what, where, and how people work. Guests will later be invited to join a tour of the impressive HQ of Norton Rose Fulbright. View full details here

The Wellbeing Workplace

Wednesday 15th November | 08:30-10:00

Hosted by Kinnarps

Fringe: The Wellbeing Workplace
 

As organisations look to retain talent and remain competitive and attractive, there is a critical need to provide an inspiring and enjoyable workplace that supports each employees’ health and wellbeing and an authentic sense of belonging.
Whether you are responsible for FM, HR or Workplace Strategy, the session, hosted by Kinnarps, will provide thoughtful insight and offer a new perspective when it comes to making smart and sustainable planning and design decision. Guest speakers from Kinnarps include Johanna Lundgren, Sustainability Manager and Thomas White, Head of Design. View full details here

Partnering with Business Leaders: Using Workplace Transformation to transform business (Occupiers only)

Thursday 16th November | 08:00-10:00

Hosted by Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA)

Fringe: Partnering with Business Leaders
 

Whilst the primary language of CRE and FM has been around cost and space efficiency, business leaders are often interested in silo busting, collaboration and productivity. We’ll reveal some practical workshop techniques for aligning business transformation goals to workplace transformation initiatives and partnering with business leaders to make powerful leaps in business performance.
In this dedicated session, Andrew Mawson, Founder of Advanced Workplace Associates and Chris Hood, AWA’s EMEA Director of Consulting will explore new sources of tangible business value from workplace transformation and provide a practical process that can be used by workplace leaders seeking to engage in a meaningful way in business transformation. View full details here

AWA Agile Working Consultants

Workplace Week is proudly organised by the agile working consultants AWA, Advanced Workplace Associates.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

@WorkplaceWeek17

So proud of our amazing result! We raised over £20,000 for @BBCCiN! Thank you to everyone who contributed! We can't… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

About 2 weeks ago from Workplace Week 2017's Twitter via Twitter Web Client