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.

 

30th April 2014 - Webinar (16.00-17.00 GMT)

Virtual Working... Fad or natural evolution?

Following our very successful Breakfast event on Virtual Working in March, we decided to re-run the session, but this time for a virtual audience, due to the demand from people unable to attend the event.

Our speakers will be answering the BIG virtual questions…

1. What conditions create a high performing team?

2. How do you equip large populations for effective virtual working?

3. When you take away the office, what do you need to put back in to make teams work effectively?

Speakers:

Rob Briner, Professor of Organisational Psychology at Bath UniversityCurrent affairs at Yahoo and others and the role of the psychological contract.

Andrew Mawson, Managing Director of AWAManaging and working at a distance and the role of trust management.

Phil Makinson, RBSThe RBS case study… The bank’s experiences in equipping people in remote working / managing remote teams.

If you would like to register for this 1 hour webinar, please email Will Corlass at  wcorlass@advanced-workplace.com

20th May 2014 - London

Transition Group Workshop: Agile technologies - Overcoming legacy and blind spots

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Explore an adoption approach that addresses the challenges faced in delivering agile technologies that are often complicated or thwarted by legacy systems and blind spots at this Workplace PIN Transition Group workshop hosted by Herman Miller.

For more information on the Transition Group you can download our Transition Group Flyer

If you wish to become a member of the group please contact Karen Plum at kplum@advanced-workplace.com