Future workplace

What if you could benefit from the expertise of other modern workplace professionals, and discover both new and proven methods to handle your challenges?

Your projects might just end up benefitting, when you are able to steer clear of the mistakes that other digital workplace professionals have already made on your behalf.

Technology and practices are transforming the workplace. This provides us with an unparalleled opportunity to move from traditional work to something that empowers our teams.

We are accepting trials for this group now, so consider being one of the first to explore and discuss the workplace of tomorrow.
The group has a limited number of seats.

Kick-off

  • Utrecht on February 14 hosted by Rabobank

Topics

We’ll look at trends: current and forecast, tools and technologies and behaviours as well as what organisations are doing – and crucially, why they are doing it. Topics will include:

  • Intrapreneurs and innovation

  • Self-organising teams

  • Digital transformation (artificial intelligence, automation, cloud working etc.)

  • Flexible and asynchronous working

  • Social networks and collaboration

  • Connected leadership

    What all of these have in common is that technology is an integral part but shouldn’t actually drive this change. And that’s the focus of this group – it’s how we can leverage technology and change practices in order to create new ways of working.


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The group is moderated by seasoned modern workplace professional Andrew Pope. Andrew is partner and innovation & collaboration consultant at Innosis.

In his work Andrew’s focus is on creating collaborative workplaces that stimulate innovation. He is currently working with large and medium-sized companies on building healthy digital teams, designing innovation strategies and driving behaviours that encourage co-creation across digital workplaces. 

Is this peer group right for you?

Anyone who is working in, or is in interested in modern workplace trends, innovation and empowering teams. Typically, we draw on a diversity of experiences from IT leadership, HR, innovation managers communications leads, digital project leads and change & culture specialists.  We focus on both digital trends and employee experiences to make sure we can make the most of the tools we use and the people who apply them.

Your career benefits

  • Enjoying honest conversations in a confidential forum.

  • Learning from the experience of others facing similar challenges.

  • Receiving inspiration from peers in other industries or organisations.

  • Sharing your ideas or challenges and receiving honest feedback and advice.

  • Furthering your career through extending your network and being better equipped for your job

Boye & Co takes on the responsibility of

  • Organising meetings so you just have to show up. 

  • Finding and introduce new group members that will both extend the group’s horizon, but also match very well with the given group’s roles and mindset. 

  • Preparing and moderating the group to ensure exciting and fruitful discussions.

  • Facilitating the group development to ensure appropriate communication culture and confidentiality

What happens in between meetings?

Boye & Company provides meeting minutes from each meeting as well as an online forum for members to continue the conversations in between the meetings.

There are guest speakers at most meetings to provide new insights and further input to the group.

Language, time, place and travel

This group connects us in a confidential setting where we learn and share. The aim is for us to apply what is discussed – collaboratively building new outcomes using the group as a safe place to test new ideas. We’ll meet 3-4 times a year with meetings held in English. Guest speakers will provide external focus to the sessions, bringing in new experiences and ideas.

The group meetings usually are from 9:30 to 14:30, but we might just have one afternoon and social event throughout the year