IFMA Workplace Strategy Summit 2014

The Summit will be held at Wokefield Park Conference Centre in Berkshire, England. Image courtesy of IFMA.
The Summit will be held at Wokefield Park Conference Centre in Berkshire, England. Image courtesy of IFMA.

This June, the leading global thinkers in workplace strategy, design, sustainability, workforce planning, and enabling technologies will come together for the 2nd Workplace Strategy Summit in Berkshire, England.

“The Summit offers a rare opportunity for academia and industry to share what we know, challenge what we think we know, and anticipate what is next in workplace strategy,” said Franklin Becker, a professor of design and environmental analysis at Cornell University. “Without each other’s perspective, we’re having only half a conversation.”

The first Workplace Strategy Summit, held in September 2012 at Cornell, was the catalyst for the formation of Workplace Evolutionaries and helped crystallize its research agenda. More critically, it revealed a need to advance the conversation at the global level.

Sponsored by IFMA and the IFMA Foundation, the Workplace Strategy Summit will be held at the Wokefield Park Conference Centre in Berkshire, England, a location conveniently reached from London or Heathrow Airport, from June 8-10, 2014. Seating is limited to 160 attendees on a first-come first-serve basis. A discounted rate will be available to New WOW members and Work Design readers by using promo code: WSS14-WDM. Early-bird rates have been extended through March 31.

You can reserve your seat at the table and learn more about this event on the Workplace Strategy Summit web site.

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