Conference roundup September 2019

Development and Learning in Organizations

ISSN: 1477-7282

Article publication date: 20 September 2019

Issue publication date: 20 September 2019

Citation

(2019), "Conference roundup September 2019", Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 33 No. 5, pp. 36-37. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-09-2019-181

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Emerald Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2019, Emerald Publishing Limited


Workplace trends: people, place, performance

This Workplace Trends conference takes place September 19 at BLOX in Copenhagen, Denmark https://workplacetrends.co/workplace-trends-copenhagen-2/

The theme this year revolves around Engagement, Future Office, Productivity, Activity Based Working, Benchmarking and Health & Wellbeing.

The programme is as follows:

  • From user-needs to construction: how Olympic House became a reality, Nicolas Rogemond and Søren Nersting.

  • Let’s explore the workplace! Improving work processes at Arla Foods, Eva Bjerrum.

  • Workplace – Powered by Human Experience, Tom Carroll.

  • Activity Based Working: Make space for your brain at work, Lene Becker.

  • Making Top Management KPI’s Measureable, Kadir Ünver.

  • Cognitive Ergonomics – Creating environments to maximize performance, Kelly Bacon.

  • What Makes A Perfect Workplace?, Nigel Oseland.

  • The Campus of the Future, Sam Sahni and Dean Rikanovic.

  • Here and Now: Using our experience-sampling app to measure knowledge workers’ productivity, Iva Kleinová.

Workplace trends: towards a new era of work and workplace

The flagship Workplace Trends conference takes place October 15 2019 at Social, London, UK https://workplacetrends.co/workplace-trends-oct2019/

This year people can attend virtually if they are unable to do so in person, the details of which are on the Workplace Trends website.

The programme is as follows:

  • The Corporate Tribe: Re-humanizing the Workplace and Surviving the Digital Transition, Kilian Keller.

  • Workplace – Powered by Human Experience, Marie Puybaraud.

  • Workplace Nudging: How to make it easy and fun to use our workplace the way it is intended, Esther Roelofs and Simone Leenders.

  • Successful business transformation strategies and employee engagement, Nerys Mutlow.

  • The Campus of the Future, Sam Sahni and Dean Rikanovic.

  • Olympic House: user experience and sustainability at the centre, Marie Sallois and Catherine Bonnet.

  • The Biophilic Office – Putting People First, Ed Suttie and Oliver Heath.

  • Managing change and the importance of core values in property and business, Neil Rebeugeot and Rebecca Goldberg.

  • Designing out loneliness in the workplace, Lendlease.

  • Mental health and productivity in work culture. How to tackle both at once, Madeleine Evans.