Andrew Pope (UK)
Partner, Innovation and Collaboration Consultant at Innosis
Has helped companies around the world to kick-start innovation and co-creation
Group leader for our Future Workplace peer groups
Track leader: Future Workplace
Track: Collaboration & Innovation (May 9)
Presentation title: We don’t talk anymore - Turning silent digital workplaces into buzzing teams
Roundtable discussions: Is the digital workplace harmful to health? Mitigating digital addiction and burnout
Boye 18 conference
Workshop: Innovation - Staying hungry in paradise
Collaboration that empowers our hidden innovators
TRACK: Collaboration & Innovation
Roundtable discussions: Goodbye middle management
DATE: Wednesday, Nov 7
About Andrew Pope
The end goal of collaboration is creativity. Andrew designs innovative and collaborative workplaces to help companies release this: through digital innovation programs, ideation, engagement and most importantly: trust. He’s helped companies around the world including some of the best known in oil and gas and finance, as well as in manufacturing and engineering to kick-start innovation and co-creation.
Andrew loves what he does. He prefers to embed the right behaviours through workshops and discovery rather than producing reports. It’s about connecting people with people, with problems, needs and issues and about developing habits that make us everyday innovators.
Rather than innovation for the few, Innosis builds teams of innovative thinkers. Practical skills and techniques to get teams collaborating and innovating. Innosis focus on how people interact, how they behave in digital environments. Tools get the attention, so they provide the skills your people need to use them effectively.
Boye & Co blog: Digital Burnout - Flexible Working Is Not All Flat Whites and Short Days (June 2019)
Boye & Co blog: The futility of meetings - is the future workplace meetings free? (Jan 2019)
Boye & Co blog: Enterprise Social Collaboration Is A Myth. Think Smaller (Oct 2018)
Boye & Co blog: How we will be working in five years (Aug 2018)