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Managing the workplace experience for peak performance… science, sport, sensors

Wednesday, 13 November @ 08:00 - 10:30 GMT

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The world’s leading organisations are thinking hard about how to create workplace experiences that help them achieve peak business performance whilst staying nimble in an increasingly dynamic marketplace.

But what does peak performance look like? What part does human performance play? Can science guide us? How can we design and manage the workplace experience to enable it?

For answers to these questions we’re looking to experts from the worlds of elite sport, well-being, science and technology in our breakfast session.


Workplace Management and ‘performance’ – Andrew Mawson

  • The future of Workplace Management
  • Workplace Performance (experience, cognition, utilisation, agility)

Lessons from sport and science – Ken Van Someren & Trevor Alldridge

  • Performance in sport, personal & team
  • Science, human performance and wellbeing

Using sensors and signage to improve workplace performance – Raj Krishnamurthy

  • Sensors, analytics, experience
  • How to apply them to improve workplace performance
  • Case studies from customers



Andrew Mawson – Founding Director, Advanced Workplace Associates

Andrew Mawson is a founding Director of Advanced Workplace Associates and is one of the UK’s leading thinkers on matters, work, workplace and workplace management. He has directed workplace development programmes with some of the world’s leading organisations and in 2013 he led a group of UK experts to create The Workplace Management Framework which is has now been adopted by The International Facilities Management Association as a model for managing the workplace of the future.

Ken Van Someren – Director Boost Cognition Ltd

Ken van Someren is a world-leading expert in human performance. Having worked with many of the world’s greatest sports champions, Ken has applied his insights & strategies to enhance performance in industry & business.

Trevor Alldridge – Director Boost Cognition Ltd

Trevor Alldridge is a founding Director of Boost Cognition. He is a renowned workplace transformation expert with 35 years of experience in workplace strategy, cultural change and productivity enhancement. He has undertaken assignments for a wide range of businesses and implemented solutions around the globe.

Raj Krishnamurthy – CEO, Workplace Fabric Ltd

Raj Krishnamurthy is a workplace technology expert and CEO of Workplace Fabric, which designs solutions that transform office user experience whilst helping to lower real estate costs. Its platform Freespace is used by over 60,000 thousand users globally and is deployed in iconic work environments such as the Willis (Sears) Tower in Chicago, the Gherkin in London and the Century Link Towers in Pudong, Shanghai.


Wednesday, 13 November
08:00 - 10:30


Workplace House
69 Turnmill Street
London, EC1M 5RR United Kingdom
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