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Future of Work conference in Melbourne – 20-21 April, 2016

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In a world being transformed by shifting demographics, digital disruption and emerging technology, join us at the Future of Work conference to discover strategies to prepare for the workplaces of tomorrow.

Digital Disruption in Professional Services – Final update

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Professionals services is being disrupted, but perhaps not in a way we all thought.

How do people in professional services feel about technology?

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The results of an empathy mapping activity present some interesting challenges and opportunities for the professional services sector.

Insights from the professional services round tables on digital disruption

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Read about the insights from two round table discussions on digital disruption in professional services.

Prototyping a next generation workspace at Arup

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How does a 70 year old firm of consulting engineers prepare to move to a next generation workplace? They prototype it, of course.

Is Your Office Design Working Against Your Collaboration Efforts?

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Technology has become increasingly democratised in the workplace and our offices need to keep up with the way we are using technology at work.

Helping people learn what to use when in your digital workplace

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You have given them a list of tools to use, so why are people getting lost in your digital workplace?

The Enterprise Collaboration Technology Festival – 28th Feb – 2nd Mar, 2016

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The Enterprise Collaboration Technology Festival is a brand new digital workplace conference taking place in Melbourne on 28 February – 2 March 2016.

The Social Media Advantage

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Considering the importance of personal relationships and reputation in professional service (at least in those areas yet to be automated), perhaps it should not surprise us that personal branding and relationship management is where the industry is being disrupted. What is the social media advantage?

Rewrite Your Workplace

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Imagine a workplace that was empowered to take action through working out loud – this is the rewritable organisation.