Work Inc. 2028
Paving the way for the next decade
27 February, London
From the rise of social media and the birth of the smart phone, to the emergence of the internet of things and the gig economy - all these innovations have only happened in the last decade, yet they have had an extraordinary and confounding impact on the way we live and work.
In today’s workplace AI, automation, disruption, agility, passion and purpose have become the new defining realities and this is only the start.
What innovations are on the horizon and how will they transform our notion of work?
How can organisations prepare for a future that we can barely define?
What is the leader’s role in managing the workforce of the future?
How do organisations adapt in order to accommodate the new work ecosystem?
Join us as we examine the factors that will reshape the workplace of 2028, and the steps leaders and organisations need to take ensure they survive and thrive over the next decade.
- What innovations are on the horizon and how will they transform our notion of work?
- How can organisations prepare for a future that we can barely define?
- How do organisations adapt in order to accommodate the new work ecosystem?
- What is the leader’s role in managing the workforce of the future?
A number of London Business School’s world renowned academics and leading experts will be speaking on the day including:
08.00 Registration and breakfast
08.50 Group Excercise
09.45 Keynote: Work Inc. 2028
11.00 Practitioner Panel: Preparing in the now, for
Chair: Adam Kingl, Director, Learning Solutions, London Business School
Michael Davies, Visiting Lecturer, Strategy & Entrepreneurship, London Business School
Sharon Doherty, Global Organisation & People Development Director, Vodafone
- Hein Knaapen, Chief Human Resource Officer, ING
12.00 Keynote: Redesigning your organisation for 2028
14.00 Keynote: Alive at work
The diversity factor: Why collaboration is so difficult - Randall Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour & Academic Director of Leadership Institute, London Business School
Experiments: A new way to link customer and brand value - Simona Botti, Professor of Marketing & Academic Director Strategic Branding Programme, London Business School and David Faro, Term Associate Professor of Marketing, London Business School
The era of the responsible organisation - Ioannis Ioannou, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, London Business School
16.30 Keynote: Lifelong learning – your competitive advantage
19.00 Event Close
*Please note the programme may be subject to change
This annual London Business School Executive Education event brings together world-class academics and leaders at the forefront of management thinking and practice to discuss the latest in strategic organisational development.
Our exclusive interactive Forum provides senior HR, Learning and Development and Strategy leaders with unique insights and practical takeaways, all designed to help shape the future of their company.