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Workplace Trends Conference 2013, Royal College of General Practitioners, London

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     Programme: Workplace Trends Conference: Making it Work: 24 October 2013 Programme: Workplace Trends Conference: Making it Work: 24 October 2013 Document Transcript

    • Workplace Trends: Making it Work Thursday 24 October 2013, London 0830 Registration 0915 Chair’s Welcome Marie Puybaraud, Johnson Controls 0930 Making it Work Frank Duffy 1000 London Property: Solid Foundations or Shifting Sands? Rob Harris, Ramidus Consulting 1030 Do Workplaces Work? Tim Oldman, Leesman Index 1100 Coffee 1145 Planning for Productivity Nigel Oseland, Workplace Unlimited 1215 People, Planning and Preparation, a Polar Experience Ian Clarke, Board Level Interim | Advisor | Consultant and Arctic Explorer 1245 Lunch 1345 Mark Catchlove, Herman Miller Chair’s Welcome Back Debate: “Offices don’t work: They’re a waste of space” Paul Morrell, Paul Morrell Consulting, and Paul Finch, Architects Journal 1430 Simulating Work Patterns Paul Bartlett and William Fawcett, Cambridge Architectural Research 1500 The story of 30 Euston Square: Adapting a purpose built environment to new use a century later Kathy Tilney, Davison Tilney and Colin Hunter OBE FRCGP, Project Sponsor & Chair of Trustees, Royal College of GPs 1530 Tea 1615 Lessons from the Antipodes: How workplaces took a leap forward in Australia Steve Coster, HASSELL 1645 Innovative global workplaces London, Singapore and Zurich, Per Hansen, Credit Suisse 1715 Blog Highlights and Summing Up Neil Usher, Sky 1730 Close, drinks reception