The last three years have provided for a step change in work organisation, which many of us are still working through as we create more modern workplaces – but how are organisations addressing the current challenges of the Future of Work, for both Talent Retention and Business Transformation, and more importantly how might we be addressing it in thirty years?.
Join our speakers Graham Healy and Barry Winkless, as they provide insight and opinion on these key topics; together with a chance to network with colleagues in Cork, courtesy of our hosts BioMarin.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
Graham Healy is a Partner in Deloitte Ireland's consulting practice with responsibility for its growth agenda. He works in the technology consulting business focusing on cloud & engineering in Life Sciences, Consumer, Energy and Industrial Products. He has over twenty years’ experience advising and delivering technology enabled business transformation for public and private sector clients in Ireland and across EMEA. Graham is on the board of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics and the University College Cork Business Information System Advisory Board. He has previously served as a board member of the Hope Foundation, a charity working with street children in Kolkata India.
Barry Winkless, is Group CSO Cpl & Head of the Future of Work Institute. Barry is a thought leader in the future of work, strategic design and business creativity. Over the past 25 years he has worked globally with some of the world’s most respected organisations. He is a frequent author and speaker at numerous client and external events. In his current role as Chief Strategy Officer of Cpl Group he leads the Future of Work Institute- a multidisciplinary team working globally to question, explore and design future work solutions with organisations. So, he isn’t just a speaker but is actively pushing the frontiers of work every day in the real world. Recently voted by Onalytica as one of the top 50 global influencers on the future of work he believes that the future of work is the next collaborative advantage for leaders. His new book: The Future of Work: A Guide for Leaders drops in 2024
Who is this session for?
You, and colleagues in your organisation who have a general or a specific interest in the Future of Work and how it impacts on the key topics of talent retention and business transformation.
‘The Future of Work – now, and in 30 ...
Date and Time
Tuesday Nov 21, 2023 10:00 AM - 12:05 PM GMT
In Person - BioMarin, Shanbally, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork
Virtual Option - Virtual on Teams