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Are we getting smarter about the way we work?

Evenement réservé aux membres
Langue : English

Date limite d'inscription :
Mardi 3 Décembre 2019 - 18H00

Tarif :
Single Rate :SG$10

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More and more employees need to connect and communicate across organisations, locations and time zones in order to share, solve and innovate. This requires new ways of working which have to be adopted if a company is to thrive and remain sustainable.

 

Or simply throwing more productivity tools at our workers hoping they will know what to do with them ?

More and more employees need to connect and communicate across organisations, locations and time zones in order to share, solve and innovate. This requires new ways of working which have to be adopted if a company is to thrive and remain sustainable.

During this session we will explore what this means and what best practice looks like:

  • Presentation on “New ways of working”
  • Hands on design Thinking ice-breaker
  • Design Thinking session

This topic is specially targeting the following roles:

  • HR leadership
  • Communications leadership
  • Innovation and Transformation role

About the Speaker:

Luke Grange uses Post-It notes, butchers paper and sharpies to elicit human creativity using Design Thinking methods. He grabs attention and promotes new ways of working in the minds of corporates & agencies by co-creating the approach and solution together with them from the outset. He has worked and lived on 4 continents across multiple industries and with countless cultures and technologies. He is passionate about understanding what it means to be more human in a world where technology is often seen as the go to solution without addressing those humans involved. He tells us he learns a lot from his two young daughters as he grows up while he unlearns what he thought to be the way the world works. Finally he truly believes in Ubuntu, an African philosophy, that “people are people through other people".

Terms & Conditions

  • This event is for members only.
  • Full payment is required upon registration. 
  • Once paid, registration fees are non-refundable.
  • No shows will not be refunded.
  • Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes.