DIF2021 Pearcey Institute Roundtable – The Future of Work
Our economic and social resilience has been challenged during the past year and although many talk about a return to ‘normal’ there can only be a new way to work that comes out of this period. With this comes many challenges that we must be up for.
The recently published report from Swinburne University of Technology’s Centre for the New Workforce; National Survey Report: Peak Human Workplace, Innovation in the unprecedented era will be featured, along with the learned and experienced opinions of a panel of speakers who are actively engaged in the transformation of the way we work. Such structural changes present opportunities for us to increase our level of collaboration, ideation and innovation but they will also present challenges for policy makers, industry, employers and families that need investment in resources, support and training to succeed.
The DIF2021 Roundtable, hosted by the Pearcey Institute, will question:
- How will Ideation and Innovation be managed?
- Is this an opportunity to build a more resilient economy?
- What will the post pandemic business look like?
- How do we transform the culture of what work is?
- What are the social and health considerations?
- Dr Sean Gallagher – Director, Centre for the New Workforce at Swinburne University of Technology
- Sarah Rogers – Partner, Deloitte Consulting
- Professor Peter Brooks AM MD FRACP – Executive Director Research, Northern Health Melbourne
- Adele Seymon – Director, Deep Green R&D Solutions
- Dr Ian Oppermann – President of the Australian Computer Society
- Professor Jane Burns – Acting CEO, Well and Productive Cooperative Research Centre