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Briefing Frontiers – Modern workplace 2019

5 December 2019 | The Deloitte Academy, 1 New Street Square, London, EC4A 3HQ

Modern Workplace: The power of the working environment

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2018 SPEAKERS

David Fazakerley
David Fazakerley
CIO, MW Solicitors

Making efficiencies whilst delivering excellence for clients and for staff

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Peter Gill
CCO, Converge

Making efficiencies whilst delivering excellence for clients and for staff

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Axel Koelsch
Chief operating officer, Addleshaw Goddard

Welcome address

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Robert Davis
CVP, 365 customer experience, Microsoft

Will the dawn of the modern workplace herald the end of the bricks and mortar office as we know it?

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Ross Jeremy
Head of collaboration, Simmons and Simmons

Will the dawn of the modern workplace herald the end of the bricks and mortar office as we know it?

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Paul McFarlane
Partner, Weightmans

Is it possible to create a truly diverse workforce?

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Andrew Dent
Global head of corporate responsibility and inclusion, Clyde & Co

Is it possible to create a truly diverse workforce?

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Devinder Bhogal
Head of workplace strategy, UK, Deloitte

How to build a truly modern workplace

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Yuval Dvir
Head of global online scaled partnerships, Google

People before tech

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Alaana Linney
Director, Bupa Health Services

How healthy is your working environment?

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Richard Francis
Principal, Monomoy and steering committee member, UK Green Building Council

How healthy is your working environment?

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Bertie van Wyk
Workplace specialist, Herman Miller

How healthy is your working environment?

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Justine Thompson
Head of diversity and inclusivity, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Is it possible to create a truly diverse workforce?

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Julie Wacker
Business psychologist, Robertson Cooper

How healthy is your working environment?

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LATEST SUPPLEMENT: MODERN WORKPLACE

Briefing July19, M Workplace coverTo read more about some of the issues that we’ll be tackling on the day, check out our supplement ‘Modern Workplace‘. Law firms explain how and why they’re working on improving the working environment.

 This year’s Briefing Legal IT landscapes research we asked a new question – what are the real drivers for strategies aiming to have more people working from home, or otherwise remotely? The biggest response got behind ‘creating different working environments for retention and attraction’. Second was the idea of these firms supporting their people in terms of their ‘wellness’; ahead of even the efficient attraction of needing to buy less carpet.

As well as allowing employees the agility to work happily from home, law firms are on a journey of investing in making going to work feel a little more like home … and then some. Even some of the latest office layout buzzwords tap right into this. Moving away from having your head down at fixed desks and into new open-plan neighbourhoods? The idea is to be part of a – super hardworking, for sure – but relatively comfortable and supportive community. Not only do some of these innovations sound like jolly pleasant creature comforts – happily, they’re also well designed to make for more productive, and ultimately more profitable, business conversations.

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