Telework Event Lunch Series
Are you ready for a Telework
Attention C-level executives
looking to attract and retain skills in your organisation,drive
organisational productivity and to reduce operational costs!
The pending rollout of the
National Broadband Network brings opportunities for efficiencies and improvements
in productivity, as high-definition interactive environments between the
traditional workplace and a teleworker’s location of choice become a reality.
At the 2012 Telework Event
Lunch Series, Australia’s leading C-Level executives will discuss how their
organisations embraced a mobile workforce to realise a significant return on
investment. Amongst participants that include CEO, CIO, CTO, CFOs and small
and medium business, the Telework keynote speakers will outline their
processes for shifting culture, perceptions, and office layouts to make way
for new technologies that permeate more than the ether but the very fabric of
our society. The uptake of mobile and home based collaborative technology
facilitated by the launch of the NBN will merge personal and professional
worlds but, paradoxically, give a healthier separation between the two.
Topics to be addressed through
this Event Lunch Series include OH&S, legal and technology (including the
rapid adoption of personal mobile devices BYOD), productivity,risk
management, the environment, and the calculation of ROI on mobility
initiatives and the attraction and retention of staff. As well as making the
connections to learn through others’ experiences, participants will depart
with a better understanding of the framework and the tools required to
successfully and seamlessly adopt Telework practices for their organisation
and their home-based and mobile staff.
The discussion panels will
invite interaction from audience members with direction from Brad Howarth,one
of Australia’s most respected technology journalists, and the author of A
Book in for a seminar over a
two-course meal and hear how others like David Klineberg, General Manager,
Corporate Strategy & Communications, Canon Australia Pty Ltd have
introduced a flexible working strategy that benefits the company and
employees through cost savings, efficiencies and better work/life balances.
You will also hear from Chris Luxford, President Aegis Australia, SA Health
Chief Information Officer, David Johnston and other panellists who have
already successfully implemented a Telework program into their organisations.
Join your peers and attend a
Telework Seminar and walk away with the framework to implement a
productivity-enhancing program that incorporates telework into your