The future of work is on everyone’s agenda. This event brings thought leaders together to share cutting edge ideas on the future, from both a people and technology perspective. It will allow an understanding of the key drivers of change and enablers of innovation that will shape how, where and when work takes place. Our conference programme will explore future technologies, cutting edge award-winning workplaces and people, change and engagement.
Registration and Pre-Event Networking
Chairperson Opening Remarks
The pandemic has been a catalyst of re-shaping and re-thinking a new world of work. We examine what’s on the horizon for the future of work, looking at how business leaders should respond and what should they prioritise in the months ahead?
Future-Defining A Human-Centric Hybrid Workplace
As organisations transition to a hybrid working model post-pandemic, the topic of ‘hybrid workplace’ continues to be up for debate. How important is it to redefine the role and value of the physical office space? DBS Bank’s Erwin Chong will talk about how to create the spark within the workspace, or even with metaverse, and CRE’s crucial role in creating a better world through a seamless and people-centric hybrid work environment, looking beyond the pandemic.
Work, Workplace and Workforce: Driving better employee engagement with high-tech and high-touch
The new hybrid work model is a big paradigm shift that requires a high degree of both high-tech and high-touch to drive better employee engagement. Oracle’s Rachna Sampayo will share how CHROs can pivot in the right direction – redefining employee engagement strategies to provide more choice, and a better workplace experience for their workers to attract and retain talent.
Using Inclusion And Equity To Solve Workplace Dilemmas
The topic of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) has been a hot topic for many years without much understanding about what it is and what it looks like in practice; especially for workplace. In this era of “WFH” and “hybrid”, many companies are worried about staff retention and ensuring that colleagues stay connected. “What if colleagues don’t come into the office?” “How do I build engagement amongst my team without face-time?” The answer is simple- treat you colleagues like People, and not “staff”. How to do that? Inclusion and Equity of course.
The Connected Workplace
In the age of the “anywhere office”, technology will play a more vital role than ever. It is now crucial for businesses to understand how people are using workspaces and implement technologies that will keep teams connected, organized, safe and ultimately enhance their experience and productivity. Our experts will shed light on some of the key technology innovations that are transforming how people work.
The Value Of A Conscious Culture In A Hybrid Work World
Work is no longer where you go, but what you do. While the traditional workplace used to be inside the four walls of the corporate office, it is now an ecosystem of employees working from anywhere. Technology will remain a bridge in this new world. What will be equally important is embedding trust and inclusivity in the company culture and giving employees greater ownership and choice on how they want to work in the physical office, at home and anywhere in between.
Expert Panel: Creating A Truly Effective Workplace
The purpose of the office has changed. Hybrid Working is the term on everyone's lips but for many, big questions remain unanswered. Creating a truly effective workplace has always required a perfect balance between people, place, and technology. Given this most recent and dramatic global shift in the way we work, how do we now best drive communication, motivation, engagement with the right facilities, tech, tools to work, think and collaborate.
People-Centric Workplace Strategies
How can companies make the office an attractive proposition to employees who now have more choice in where and how they work? We examine the post pandemic impact on work, space, buildings and the effects on employee and company productivity and well-being, behaviour and culture.
Creating A Hybrid Office Through Smart Technology And Design
In this session, we will look at how TomTom created its hybrid-first office in Pune during a global pandemic and how the technological innovations of Mapiq and smart design of DSP Design translated their goals into existence.
How To Shape Seamless Employee Experience
Hybrid working is the present and future of work to optimizes employee experience and achieves organizational goals. Companies are remodelling the workplace experience to support collaboration and employees’ lifestyles. Know how globally companies are using technology to manage spaces and provide employees with the right tools for the best possible experience.
Expert Panel: Leveraging Technology To Create A More Connected Workplace
The past two years have presented more challenges than ever for managing the workplace. Companies able to keep their people and culture connected through transforming their technology have emerged on top. Our panel of industry experts will discuss the part technology plays in modern CRE strategy to create a connected workplace.
AI Technologies Enabling A More Intelligent Workplace
With the reality of hybrid working we are connecting across many diverse workspaces; providing intelligent, safe, secure automated workplace experiences has become a key priority. Technology innovations harnessing AI : Machine Learning, advanced detection and recognition, natural language understanding, XR (Extended Reality), automated sensors, bots and digital assistants are providing workplace intelligence which are enabling successful dynamic workspaces, enhanced workplace automation and workforce experiences.
The Future of Commercial Real Estate in Singapore
What are the strategies that companies and organisations in Singapore and globally are adopting to bounce back from the coronavirus and what is the impact on commercial real estate
Fireside Chat: The New Normal
Named one of the “Economic Times Most Influential Business Leaders in Asia” for 2017-2018, Larissa Tan is one of the few female leaders in the technology and automotive industry and is CEO of Singapore’s first electric automotive company, Vanda Electrics. In 2019, she was awarded “Asia’s Woman Leaders” by the World Women Leadership Congress and awarded “Women Icons Asia” Larissa and Katherine will discuss challenges and opportunities in the post-COVID-19 world.
Unworking: The Reinvention Of The Modern Office
Over the past hundred years, the office has been integral to the development of modern society. It has shaped the architecture of our cities, the behaviour of our organizations and the everyday movements of millions of people. In 2020, however, the global pandemic brought our attendance in the office to an abrupt halt and triggered a complete re-evaluation of the purpose of the workplace. This book offers a panoramic view of the office and explores what happens next.