Increasing demands from workers and a changing pace of technology calls for companies to rethink their workplace. It holds the key to success and will be vital in securing a competitive advantage.
This conference has been designed for all those involved in innovating and growing the workplace through space, technology and people. The conference will attract change leaders from various industries to debate and discuss the latest challenges on the future of work.
Enhance your conference experience with:
- A speed networking session where you will meet new people, make connections and build your network
- An employee discussion sharing benefits, challenges and key takeaways of transitioning to a flexible space and methodology
- Site tours offering visual insight into three different workplaces
- Case studies from the biggest and brightest global and local companies
Who will attend?
- Chief Executive Officers
- Heads of Workplace Strategy
- Head of Property
- Heads of Organisational Development
- Change Managers
Attend to learn:
Design a concept plan to meet business priorities
Create a property strategy to meet workplace demands
Apply technology to enable productivity and engagement
Measure impact of agile spaces and models
Great Place To Work
Targus has kept you well connected in the past and is committed to keeping you well connected in the future with our extremely dynamic business always at the forefront of technology trends.
From entire desktop and mobility solutions specifically designed to Activity Based Working & BYOD/CYOD phenomenon’s, to following & driving technology market trends from functional to fashionable.
Targus is continually delivering products that are the perfect solution for current technology trends.
Project Control Group
Long story short… We develop high performance workplaces for the world’s bestbrands.
Leading brands and organisations want to attract the best employees and ultimately achieve the best results. They demand creative jump-starters who are highly qualified, engaged, self-driven and natural collaborators.
PCG has more than 30 years’ experience assisting great organisations, including Lion, Pfizer, Sanofi Aventis, and Origin, to become even greater. With our help, their organisations implemented corporate real estate and workplace strategies that enabled them to attract the best talent, and positively contributed to their business success.
At PCG, the word ‘workplace’ infers any physical environment that supports the dynamics of:
We understand the critical linkages between these forces and the decision-making required to achieve enlightened outcomes, allowing us to partner you in developing an optimal corporate real estate and workplace strategy. PCG then seeks to source the best property solution and negotiate terms, before designing and delivering a workplace solution that unlocks the potential of your people and your business.
Our highly-skilled and experienced team of professionals are ready to meet and exceed the challenges of your project.
“The best people to deliver your strategy are those who developed it”
What People Are Saying
“60% of employees in Australia are not engaged or involved in their work and workplace”
Date: 21 Feb 2017 By: Racha KamalThe word agile can be used to describe a space or methodology. In the context of different organisations, the definition of the word differs. So what exactly is agile and why is it becoming important for organisations to apply it? “The goals of organisations in adopting agile work are to create a more responsive, efficient …
Date: 11 Dec 2016 By: Bianca BaddockAs the world advances, technology becomes a key enabler to supporting how we work and live, thus offering productivity gains. We are taken to a place of flexible working arrangements that operate independently of time and place. Cardinia Shire Council has achieved this by becoming the first activity based workplace (ABW) in Local Government Australia, …
Date: 4 Dec 2016 By: Jessica FarrellyIncreasing demands from workers and a changing pace of technology calls for companies to rethink their workplace. It holds the key to success and will be vital in securing a competitive advantage. This ebook compiles contributions from previous speakers at Criterion’s Workplace Innovation conferences, including: Brad Krauskopf, CEO and Founder, Third Spaces Group Deborah Conley, …
Date: 31 Aug 2016 By: Jessica FarrellyAssistant Secretary at the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, Pat Sowry opened this week’s Public Sector Workplace Innovation conference in Sydney. Comprising a large and diverse workforce, the Department had to consider a wide variety of challenges in their journey towards a more innovative workplace. Based on their experience, Mr Sowry had the following …