IDC UK Future of Work Conference 2022
With the vast majority of the population fully vaccinated in the developed world, many business leaders are falling into the trap of believing that work can carry on just as it did in the "good old days" and that concerns around cybersecurity and employee engagement and innovation, among other things, will be quickly resolved. For many, however, their efforts will be in vain, and some employees will leave. Like the virus, the world of work has mutated and has changed for ever.
"Adapt or die," as the saying goes, with its roots in Darwinism. We are now entering a "new era" that is fluid, fast moving, and highly disruptive. Many established enterprises, unable to transform, will die. Many others, however, will emerge from the crisis stronger and will set the pace for competitors.
What will differentiate these high-performing companies from the rest? High performers function as a living organism, by being agile and adaptable to a fast-paced environment; they are highly connected internally and externally with a rich ecosystem and they are constantly mutating (innovating) to be ahead of the game. Crucially, their most basic cell — their employees — are empowered to excel in full orchestration with the whole.
Join us on 28th April where we will discuss:
- What hybrid working means and how to make it a success.
- How to provide technology experience parity across home, office and other work environments
- How to enhance employee engagement
- How to create an "Experience Office" and make commuting worthwhile
- How to build better teams in a distributed workforce
- How to make the workplace intelligent, personal and highly connected.
The complete agenda, speakers and other event information can be found on the event's website.View Event Details
Videos & Presentations
IDC Keynote: Mastering the Hybrid Work: from Vision to Execution
Diamond Keynote: The Workplace Redefined: Fluid, Connected and Smart
Platinum Keynote: Unified Observability: First class end-user experience & IT Cost Reduction
IDC Research Insight: Tackling the Digital Skills Gap: Establishing a Professional Development Culture to Attract and Retain Tech Talent
Platinum Keynote: Embracing the Essentials of a Futuristic and Experiential Workplace - Technology, Culture, Sustainability and Inclusiveness
Platinum Keynote: Devising a New Work Future: It isn’t all About Tech
IDC’s Future Predictions and Key Takeaways
Vice President, Future of WorkSpace & Imaging, IDC EMEA
Research Director, Future of Work, European Region, IDC
Strategic Marketing Director, Ricoh
Senior Solutions Engineer, Riverbed|Aternity
Vice President, European Core Research Excellence Leader, European Skills Practice, IDC United Kingdom and Ireland
SVP & Global Head – Digital Workplace Services, HCL Technologies
Chief Workspace Evangelist, Google Workspace
Senior Solution Architect, Riverbed|Aternity
Director & Head – Product Management, Digital Workplace Services, HCL Technologies
Director UK & Ireland, Google Workspace
CIO Advisor, Zoom
Senior VP, Marketing, ActiveOps
Sales Manager, Avaya
Chief Technologist Digital Workspace EMEA, VMware