I will be co-charing the Australian Government Workplace Design Strategy conference with Ella Hafermalz, a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney Business School, on the 12th May 2015 in Sydney.

During this interactive event you will have the opportunity to explore:

  • The impact of workplace design, in health and managing change in the workplace
  • Flexibility through property decisions, planning, design and procurement
  • Relationship with the public from physical interaction to public perception
  • Changing cultures and workplace standards
  • What is a digital workplace?
  • How does a technology strategy contribute to an effective workplace design strategy?
  • What are the challenges of integrating technology with people and place?

The expert panel of speakers for the event includes Ripple Effect Group, National Museum of Australia, Lend Lease, dwp|suters, and Woods Bagot.

Drawing on my experiences in the field, my session on Technology strategy in a digital workplace will cover:

  • What is a digital workplace?
  • How does a technology strategy contribute to an effective workplace design strategy?
  • What are the challenges of integrating technology with people and place?

For more information, see the Ark Group Australia website.


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