Workplaces & Workforces of the Future
The intersection of people, space & technology
27 - 28 Feb 2018Generator@GridAKL, Auckland
Director of Potential
The New Work Practice
Siobhán Hanley, Director of Potential @ The New Work Practice and Work Wellbeing - specialises in transformations that leverage workforce and workplace potential using positive psychology methodologies. Siobhán is passionate about future-proofing workers, teams and organisations. She is an active voice in the #FoW Future of Work conversation and uses her experience and expertise to support leaders and organisations design for tomorrow today. She is a leader and visionary who wants to make a meaningful difference and sees the Future of Work as a potential positive force for powerful change.
Writer, Author & Academic
Tim Dunlop is a writer, author and academic. He teaches new media at the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He has been involved in a number of new media startups and has a background in business. He has been a columnist for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), as well as News Ltd. He writes on the future of work for The Guardian and speaks regularly in public and professional forums on the same topic. His latest book is the best-selling Why The Future Is Workless, which discusses technology and the future of work. ᐧ
Founder & CEO
Futurist and Workforce Strategy expert Alex Hagan is the Founder and CEO at Kienco, a boutique consultancy based in Melbourne, Australia. Kienco helps organisations to shape the future of their organisations and workforces, by blending Data Analytics with Strategic Foresight in a way that provides both evidence-based and future-focused insights that inform workforce and organisational strategy. Hagan has advised both government and private sector organisations on every continent except for Antarctica. Hagan is also a company director of a venture capital funded software company operating out of San Francisco, an Instructor at The Futures School, and serves as Adjunct Faculty at The Conference Board’s Strategic Workforce Planning Academies in New York and Brussels.
Vodafone Headline Speaker
Human Resources Director
Vodafone NZ Foundation
Foundation in October 2012. Antony initially joined the global Vodafone community in 2002 working for Vodafone UK and has worked for a number of Vodafone entities including Japan, India, UK, Vodafone Group and New Zealand. Before joining Vodafone UK, Antony worked for Cap Gemini Ernst and Young UK Ltd, where he specialised in change management across a variety of industries and prior to that in Human Resources for Aviva Plc. Antony has a Bachelor of Science with honours in psychology and a Master of Science in occupational psychology and started his career working as an occupational psychologist. Now as Human Resources Director for Vodafone New Zealand, Antony’s focus is on developing a leadership team and culture that is customer obsessed.