Events

AWA Events

AWA’s events programmes are designed to provide insights into emerging trends, technologies and practices. They are as follows:

The Workplace PIN - AWA’s membership groups focussed on transition to new models for work and place.

Workplace Week – Events, visits and demonstrations designed to shine a light on workplace innovation and raise funds for Children in need.

 

Research Briefing

02 June 2015 - Breakfast Briefing in London

The 6 factors of Knowledge Worker Productivity and what they mean for the organisation

 

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In 2014, AWA’s Workplace PIN with The Centre for Evidence Based Management examined over 800 academic papers to discover what was known about the measurement of knowledge worker productivity and what factors are known to impact it.

At this briefing for CEOs and COOs we’ll be revealing the findings from the research along with definitive guidance for organisations wanting to improve knowledge worker productivity.

You can also find out about the Workplace PIN which is designed for innovative leaders who want to make a difference through the workplace.

If you would like to participate in the briefing, please contact Karen Plum kplum@advanced-workplace.com

 

For more information on the Workplace PIN please click here

Alternatively please download our Transition PIN Flyer 2015 or for more information about our 2015 PIN Explorer Group activities, download the 2015-2016 PIN Explorer Group Brain Prospectus.

09 June 2015 - Breakfast Briefing in London

The 6 factors of Knowledge Worker Productivity and what they mean for organisational culture, leadership and management

 

WorkPlace_PIN_Logo

 

 

 

In 2014, AWA’s Workplace PIN with The Centre for Evidence Based Management examined over 800 academic papers to discover what was known about the measurement of knowledge worker productivity and what factors are known to impact it.

At this briefing for HR and L&D Directors / Senior Managers we’ll be revealing the findings from the research along with definitive guidance for organisations wanting to improve knowledge worker productivity.

You can also find out about the Workplace PIN which is designed for innovative leaders who want to make a difference through the workplace.

If you would like to participate in the briefing, please contact Karen Plum kplum@advanced-workplace.com

 

For more information on the Workplace PIN please click here

Alternatively please download our Transition PIN Flyer 2015 or for more information about our 2015 PIN Explorer Group activities, download the 2015-2016 PIN Explorer Group Brain Prospectus.