The Workplace in 10 Years’ Time
Jan 22, 9:30AM to Jan 27 , 5:30PM BST

About this Event

The workplace is changing faster than managers can keep up. As an example, almost overnight nearly every business on earth was working from home. 

Innovation keeps shifting the goalposts. The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Internet of Things (IoT) have resulted in major shifts in working paradigms. 

Where will we be in 10 years? And how can managers keep up?

Who should attend:

The program is particularly suited for:

  • Business owners
  • Startups
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Technology enthusiasts
  • HR Professionals

What are the benefits:

  • Understand how to navigate the rapidly changing ecosystem of the modern workplace
  • Know how to leverage the latest in IoT for a successful workplace
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Jan 23 9:30AM–5:30PM BST · Stage
The Workplace in 10 Years’ Time
The primary stage for the event.
Jan 23 9:30AM–10:00AM BST · Session
The Great Resignation—What is it? Why is it? And will it ever go away?
The Great Resignation is upon us whether we want it to be or not. So let’s know what it is and why it is.
Jan 23 1:00PM–4:00PM BST · Session
Why was the pandemic the trigger?
Almost all the ingredients had already been added to the pot for disaster before the pandemic. Why did the pandemic cause this pot to finally boil over?
Jan 24 9:30AM–11:30AM BST · Session
Systemic issues in employment that must be faced
We now take a look at those “ingredients for disaster” with an eye on how to solve them.
Jan 24 12:30PM–4:30PM BST · Session
Diversity & Inclusion
The tumultuous year of 2020 shone a light on underlying injustices that sparked the feeling of exclusivity for many. Great Resignation or not, D&I must be topmost in every manager’s mind for a happy and productive workplace.
Jan 25 9:30AM–11:30AM BST · Session
Startups, the corporate ladder, and feelings of nepotism
Do Gen-Zers prefer working in startups because they offer a faster rise to the top than climbing a corporate ladder? Do employees feel that there is still some degree of nepotism and “old school tie” preferential treatment in workplaces?
Jan 25 1:00PM–4:30PM BST · Session
King of the mountain or living happily with the herd? A talk on leadership.
Not everyone was born to lead, and that’s okay. What’s most important is to not make employees feel like they have no rights because they aren’t in a managerial role.
Jan 26 9:30AM–12:30PM BST · Session
Flexi-Hours and WFH
Still a hot question. And it’s a key factor in dealing with the Great Resignation
Jan 26 1:30PM–4:30PM BST · Session
How do you build real loyalty? Are you, as a leader, willing to give the same amount in return?
Jan 27 9:30AM–12:30PM BST · Session
Is the nine-to-five grind simply too boring for Gen-Z?
Gen-Zers form a large part of the cohort partaking in the Great Resignation. Is the traditional nine-to-five workday simply outdated in this modern world?
Jan 27 1:30PM–4:30PM BST · Session
The floor is open to questions.
Abdirahman Abdi
Chief executive officer (CEO)
Colby Jones
Chief operating officer (COO)
Jeremy Whistance
Chief financial officer or controller (CFO)
Jessica Turk
Chief marketing officer (CMO)
Larry Jordan
Chief technology officer (CTO)
Nissi Zachariah
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