What does the future of work hold in store?
The Future of Work conference is back, and promises to be better than ever. Bringing together world-class thinkers, practitioners and influencers, the Centre's annual Future of Work event is an exciting combination of keynote lectures, panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities exploring innovation, adaptation and the opportunities of the 21st century, designed to provide tools and ideas for delegates to increase productivity, embrace opportunity and prepare your workplace for rapid changes.
Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer is confirmed as international keynote, and is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. He is the author or co-author of 14 books including Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a Time and in May 2018 HarperCollins will publish his latest book, Dying for a Paycheck: Why the American Way of Business Is Injurious to People and Companies. Pfeffer has presented seminars in 39 countries throughout the world as well as doing consulting and providing executive education for numerous companies, associations, and universities in the United States.
Future of Work 2017’s line-up will bring together world-class thinkers, practitioners and those who influence. Speakers will ignite conversations about the big picture changes occurring in the world of work, offering practical tools and insights into embracing innovation and shaking up leadership. Our carefully curated program will inspire and surprise, with breakout sessions designed to give you real-life, take-away skills to apply in your workplace.
Condensed into one thought-provoking day and held at the University of Melbourne's Parkville campus, come to learn about what's now, what's next, what's new, what's changing and what we haven't even thought of yet.
University of Melbourne alumni can obtain a special 10 per cent discount to 'Future of Work 2017', simply by entering the code UOMALUMNI when buying tickets.
Tuesday 28 November
8.30am-5.00pm (conference), 5.30-7.00pm (networking event)
The Spot, 198 Berkeley Street
The University of Melbourne (map)