Workplace Management Educational Trip to London
30. Oktober 2019
This year's educational trip leads us to London! Expect to see several outstanding workplaces and hear all about trends, challenges and top-notch research in the Workplace Management field.
Discover the latest trends and research surrounding workplace strategy, design and operational management. On our educational trip, organized by the IFM Research Group Workplace Management, we will be visiting select businesses and immerge ourselves into their way of working and their workplace. Expert researchers and professionals in the field will fill us in on current topics, challenges and opportunities in developing the workplace. Key topics of interest will be workplace experience, health & well-being, digitalisation, integrated and evidence based design. During the trip, you'll get the chance to engage with the experts and exchange knowledge with other participants.
Made to Measure: Should you have any specific interests or requests in relation to the content of our trip, please feel free to send us these in advance and we shall do our best to integrate them in our programme.
Highlights (more to come)
Research Input from
- Nigel Oseland, PhD, Director of Workplace Unlimited
- Markus Urban, PhD (c), University College London, Associate AWA
- Tim Oldman, Founder & CEO at Leesman
- Eleanor Ratcliffe, PhD, Lecturer at University of Surrey
- Rosie Haslem, Director at Spacelab
A detailed programme will follow closer to departure
When: Wednesday, 30.10.19 6pm until Friday, 01.11.19 3pm
Where: We are meeting in Central London on Wednesday, October 30th 2019 around 18.00 GMT. We will confirm the address and time of the meeting point closer to departure. Our last event on Friday, November 11th 2019 will end around 15.00 GMT in Central London.
Who is it for: The tour is directed at people with a keen interest or responsibility in workplace, real estate, and facility management. It gives the opportunity to liaise with like-minded representatives, discover current workplace trends, get insights from a research perspective and input from pioneers in the field.
Cost: The trip costs CHF 1750.- excl. VAT. Included are the business visits, lectures and a workshop as well lunch and dinner during your stay. Transportation and accommodation will be at your own expense.
Registration: Register here
Von: 30. Oktober 2019
Bis: 1. November 2019