• International Workplace
  • 17 November 2014

Workplace Futures 2015: convergence in the workplace – people, property and FM

The programme for Workplace Futures 2015 is looking stronger than ever and the anticipation for one of the biggest FM conferences in the calendar is already starting to build as we near the end of 2014. 

The theme for 2015 is convergence, a big issue in facilities management, and the programme will explore how this growing trend is impacting on corporate strategy, the workplace and service delivery. 

Speakers will focus on up-to-the-minute information and insights into HR, technology and corporate real estate, and what current emerging developments mean for facilities management now and in the future. 

A session already generating particular interest will see highly regarded FM Consultant Anne Lennox-Martin exploring the opportunities for improving FM and wider corporate performance by aligning service strategies with business imperatives. Another session that is hotly anticipated at Workplace Futures 2015 is Andrew Mawson’s introduction of a new management framework specifically designed to bring together the multiple disciplines involved in supporting people and their work for greater effectiveness. 

The emphasis throughout the programme will be on the practical, with all of the carefully selected speakers sharing knowledge and insights that delegates can take away and apply in their own organisations. 

Workplace Futures provides a unique opportunity to identify and help shape the future of FM, an industry that plays a critical role in the success of virtually every private and public sector organisation. 

The one-day conference will take place on Tuesday 10 February 2015 at the Crystal Building, situated on the waterfront at the western end of the Royal Victoria Docks in East London. 

To find out more about Workplace Futures 2015 and to book your place, click here.