Do you have a digital stinky fish?
8:00AM-10:00AM, June 29
Spaces Oxford Street, Mappin House, 4 Winsley Street, London, W1W 8HF
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Let’s face it. All of us have little anxieties about the word digital and how it affects our working life. What we’re really talking about is change. We believe that digital is a mindset. At the briefing we will answer three key questions about making a difference with digital — Why is it important to me? What can I do right away and How will I do it?
We have invited three pioneers who will share cutting edge ideation and design techniques that some of the leading organisations across the world are using to drive digital change. So join us for a hands-on and interactive session on June 29. We will inspire amongst you the confidence to talk about change to your leadership and your people.
0830: Let’s bring common sense back!
0840: Lego® Serious Play®
0900: What is your Digital Stinky Fish?
0940: Q&A and networking
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AYELET BARON is based in San Francisco. She inspires pioneers to see what is possible in integrating technology and digital tools in how we co-create connected networks, trusted communities and unlikely partnerships. She is the former chief strategy officer of Cisco Canada, where she helped take Canada from the sixth largest revenue country to #2. She was also on the senior leadership team for Cisco’s Emerging Markets and on the IT Senior Staff. Most recently, she was an innovator in residence at Roche.
JO TAYLOR is based in London. She is a senior HR executive with 15 years management experience in media, communication and telecoms sectors. This includes driving Talent strategies at TalkTalk, BBC and Channel 4 Television. Her philosophy in HR is to drive consumer grade experiences. She has led teams to devise and implement innovative talent and people strategies that increase engagement and business growth.
CORI MOORE bridges the gap between research and innovation. Based in Berlin, she has worked on user experience research for a wide range of sectors from healthcare to FMCG, for multinational firms including Henkel, and Diageo and Bosch Siemens. Her background in Psychology and Theatre equip her as a participative format expert, getting the most out of collaborations and providing teams the insight they need to make better decisions.
Register your place
If you are a decision maker who can lead the change in your organisation, then join us. Please register an interest using the form below and we will get in touch with you to confirm your place.
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The Future of Work breakfast briefing is part of our Innovation lab event series. We have produced strategic development Labs in London, Stockholm and Amsterdam. Our events attract changemakers from leading organisations. If you are interesting in participating in our labs please drop us a line.