The very nature of the workplace is changing at a tremendous pace, with challenges like finding specialised talent, catering to an on-demand workforce, accommodating more flexible work environments and creating enhanced employment experiences capping it off.
These factors have significantly impacted how companies design their workplaces to achieve future success. A secret to achieving an enhanced employee experience involves a two-fold approach; creating a digital environment that is both so efficient and seamless that it goes unnoticed, and one that is personalised and adaptable to employees’ unique preferences.
Why should you attend?
This is a priority seminar for anyone that wants to increase productivity in their workplace. The world has changed forever, but do you really understand how this is affecting the workplace? This seminar will cover the latest workplace trends that we are likely to see in 2017. You will also get the opportunity to experience the latest virtual reality experiences showcasing design work from some of Office Principles most stunning projects.
Bertie Van Wyk, Insight Manager at Herman Miller
People Place Potential
Bertie will explore the latest trends shaping the future of work. Work in a digital space is now defining the expectations of the physical workplace and he will guide you through six key principles: Helping people work together, Letting work happen anywhere, Helping people engage, Making real estate work harder, Making technology work for people, Strengthening environmental advocacy. Bertie will cover the way that we can create workplaces where people can reach their full potential.
Cyril Parsons, Managing Director at Office Principles
The top 6 workplace trends
What will the office of 2020 and beyond look like? Can we predict the workplace of the future? Cyril has over 30 years’ experience in office interior design, and has worked with hundreds of organisations, to develop high performance working environments. Cyril will cover the top workplace trends that will increase the productivity of your staff, and help you to understand what the workplace will look like in 2020 and beyond.