Submitted by Peter Thomson on 21 March, 2012 - 09:23
The final details are now in place for the Future Work Conference on April 24th (see www.futureworkconference.com). It promises to be a great day reinforcing the key messages in the book.
The 'early bird' offer is now extended to the end of March so there is still time to get a place at £195 instead of the full price of £270. And you still get a free signed copy of the book on the day!!
Submitted by Alison Maitland on 13 March, 2012 - 18:15
I gave an online talk to over 80 executive education alumnae of Smith College, a leading US liberal arts college for women, and put five questions to them from our Future Work survey. These women are in mid to senior management in big US companies. An overwhelming 93% said new ways of working would benefit the business and 83% agreed, or strongly agreed, that they would like more control over where, when and how they do their job. Nearly two-thirds said their organization was not adapting fast enough to new ways of working.
Submitted by Peter Thomson on 4 March, 2012 - 23:01
Bookings are now being taken for the Future Work Conference on April 24th in Birmingham. Go to www.futureworkconference.com for more information and book before March 9th to get an 'early bird' discount.
There's an impressive array of speakers lined up for the day including organisations featured in the book. There will also be a workshop based on the organisational culture model used in the book. It promises to be a great day so reserve your place in the next few days and take advantage of the discount.