The Post-COVID Workplace

What is next in the future of work? What are the opportunities to shape our physical and virtual environments towards how we want to work, learn and come together as an accessible, inclusive and holistic society?

In recent months, the organisation of our work and education has been forced at scale and at pace into a paradigm of dispersion & remoteness. As we look to reopen offices, choice, flexibility, health and well-being in the workplace are top of mind in the transition back to the workplace.  

What is next in the future of work? What are the opportunities to shape our physical and virtual environments towards how we want to work, learn and come together as an accessible, inclusive and holistic society? 

Join our lunchtime webinar to hear from leaders in workplace strategy and technology, who are leading organisations through this transition:

  • Charlotte Fliegner, Strategic Designer & Innovation Fellow at the Health Transformation Lab (Moderator)
  • Su Lim, Principal, Workplace Consulting at Six Ideas by Dexus
  • Chris Anderson, Workplace Technology Specialist at Cisco

 

About the organiser

The RMIT Social Innovation Hub is an inclusive and collaborative co-working space where organisations, technology, research, innovators and ideas collide to co-create impactful solutions to wicked social challenges. We’re connecting health, justice, economics, social services, urban design and education in an ecosystem of learning, innovation, and a cross-pollination of ideas.

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