Future of Work: People, Place, Technology 2017
The world of work is changing. A new wave of disruption is impacting traditional jobs, industries and business models. Australians are increasingly being employed in non-traditional industries, working flexible hours and utilising technology to change the way they work.
Expectations of leaders are changing with an ever-increasing imperative to innovate and build dynamic workplace cultures.
Prepare yourself for change and discover practical, applicable strategies to identify and embrace exciting opportunities. The Future of Work: People, Place, Technology is the premier Australian forum for sharing ideas, inspiration and information about the future of work.
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