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Work Design Flex Virtual Series: New Patterns and Trends and Who is Going Back to the Office?
June 30 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
The dust of the pandemic has not yet settled and it’s becoming increasingly clear there is no magic solution. Going forward, organizations will rely deeply on culture, trust, and new management styles to make things work. Metrics of the past will be replaced with performance and corporate goal measurements. Developers are thinking one thing, while coworking insiders envision another. We’ll explore all of this and more through our interactive forum, packed with pro-to-pro conversations, ultimately culminating in a virtual guide for corporations on creating the next work environment.
Plan to join us every Wednesday (mid-day Eastern Standard Time) beginning June 30 – July 28th
This series is the prelude for The Next Office 2.0, an in-person retreat, and more advanced version of this summer’s interactive conversation.
Next up in the series:
New Patterns and Trends and Who is Going Back to the Office?
Plus an Audience-Driven Discussion of What Matters Most
Wednesday, June 30th at 1 PM EST
To kick off our series with a comprehensive review of the workplace, we need the hard facts and data. What is really happening? Many of the survey results that you see have a bias – that promotes a specific interest. We have assembled the best research and data minds in the world that focus on talent, distributed work, use of technology, work patterns, and corporate office space. They will present their observations and discuss the shifts that are occurring.
Following a brief presentation from each of our panel of experts, our moderator will focus the discussion on what real-time audience polls vote to be of greatest interest. Don’t just come to listen. Come to define the conversation.
Moderator: Calandra Cruickshank, StateBook
- Ben Waber, Humanyze
- Kate Lister, Global Workplace Analytics
- Tim Oldman, Leesman
- Bryan Berthold, Cushman & Wakefield
To view the rest of the Summer Series Program click here.