The London Recipe, Charles Leadbeater, Author
Some of the best recipes in the world are made of two simple ingredients: bacon and eggs; fish and chips; tomato and basil; gin and tonic. It’s not so different with cities. Without effective power, transport, legal and financial, health and education systems cities fail and fall apart. But its empathy that makes cities human. This session explores the recipe for London’s successful future.
Global Director of Offi ce Envisioning, Microsoft
Anton joins us from Seattle to outline Microsoft’s latest thinking on the new ways of working together that will foster creative collaboration and advance innovation. As organisations and teams become more diverse, distributed and global, and projects faster paced and more fl uid, people need better ways of working together across distances and time. The Offi ce Envisioning Team is currently prototyping number of new, collaborative workstyles that bring people together in ways that enhance innovation and creativity.
James Maddock, Head of Global Occupier Services, EMEA, DTZ and Philip Ross, CEO UNWORK, present findings from their new research on The future of the financial workplace.
John Killey, Managing Director, Citi Realty Srvices Head of CRS Europe Middle East and Africa, Citi
Rich Bertasi, MD Corporate Real Estate, Deutsche Bank
Ray Carneiro, Property Director, Royal Bank of Scotland
Barry Horrell, Property Director, Lloyds Banking Group
Tony Buckham, Global Head of Corporate Real Estate, HSBC
Rob Bullough, Head of Real Estate Strategy & Management, UBS
Join Elizabeth Varley, CEO & Founder, TechHub, Eric Van der Kleij, CEO Level39 and others. How can corporates learn from these startups and replicate the chemistry involved in creating cool environments that achieve innovation.
Michael Joroff, MIT, Peter Miscovich, JLL and others, will report back on the findings of Tuesday’s UnConference. Looking at the platform of innovation and districts and the Internet of things and how this fits into the city, the sentient city, and how this could potentially support innovation districts.
Mischa Dohler, CoFounder of Worldsensing, Head, Centre for Telecom Research, King’s College London Fellow & Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Board of Directors. Mischa explores how smart cities are developing around the world using the latest technology to update their infrastructure and services. Because no two cities are alike, each has its unique needs. Dohler will discuss how big data and citizen engagement could improve urban environments and also addresses how there’s still much to be done.
Mark Gilbreath, CEO / Founder / Skipper, LiquidSpace
The edge of workplace is fast becoming the new center, with mobility and choice its new change masters. Professionals are increasingly working, productively, without fixed place, in and out of corporate space and throughout the growing constellation of 3rd place options. This accelerating shift presents distinct challenges and opportunities for workplace leaders – enter Extreme Real Estate: extreme personalization, extreme resiliency, extreme fl exibility, extreme efficiency.
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