Philip and Sonia from NOMAD are going good cop/bad cop on The Future of Work
After hosting a panel on the changing landscape of Workspace (rethinking the office for remote working, digital nomads, startups, you get it) at the Future of Work Summit, NOMAD will be sharing their findings over naughty margs and nice juice to the people of SXSW.
The Future of Work Summit aims to "To gather the brightest and most influential industry leaders to come together and shape the future of work – and to provoke conversations that matter."
The speakers at the Summit are going to be great, the talks look provoking so come and get the lowdown from us on the 48h event in a 45 min session (Value, yeah)
We will have:
- Key Learnings from the Future of Work Summit from NOMAD
- Contributions/Tesitmonials From ETV and Mr President
- Morning looseners or energisers (think B’fast Marg/BM or Super strong Coffee)
- Gluten and non-gluten breakfast items - katching!
Want more info on what we are going to be speaking about in our panel?
Here you go:
What new infrastructures are needed to thrive sustainably in the changing landscape of Workspace?
Making work fit around our desired/dream lifestyles has never been easier. Freelancing is growing at an unprecedented rate. The new noncommittal ways we work are being reflected the myriad of places we now call workspace. Is “anti-office” the new “corner office’ and should we have new “Health and Safety” protocols in place?
BURNING QUESTIONS/THINGS WE’LL LEARN TOGETHER…
We will use examples of some of our partner spaces to illustrate the range of what people consider a “place of work” as well as how on-demand services have catalysed the individual as a start up.
How do teams work remotely? What is down to the mindset, digital management process/tools or infrastructure?
Can company culture be detached from place? Does it impact wellbeing/productivity?
What unaccounted value lies between process and office walls? How important is water cooler chat in the development of new ideas and meaningful relationships?
Is deciding where and how you work becoming a new status symbol? Is remote working/flexible working a phase, transition period or a lifestyle?
What some of the risks involved when dismantling existing infrastructures and can we futureproof the new work order?