|27. September 2017|
|Doors open at 08:00|
|Doors closes at 10:00|
|Event starts at 08:30|
The debate about open landscapes or offices are getting old. Today, we see the emergence of flexible jobs and so-called «activity-driven jobs», as Deloittehuset is an example of, and as discussed in the new government quarter. As an employee, you are not committed to working within the walls of your own workplace, but you can avail of the facilities of the entire area you work in.
Smart workplace concepts sets new demands for a smart city, in terms of both mobility, infrastructure and urban planning, as well as the organization of business areas. However, it also imposes requirements for security, data availability and attention on topics such as privacy and data management.
How can a city organize smart jobs by thinking about new urban development and office facilitation? We invite you to a conversation about how the workplace of the future will look like, what challenges we can expect and if the entrance of RPA will change how the workplace looks.
Senior Architect Marianne Sætre from Snøhetta was the architect in charge in developing the Norwegian headquarter of Deloitte (2013). She has extensive experience from international projects about urban development and project management in an office that has been leading on the smart city topic.
Hanne Solem is a manager at Deloitte Consulting – she has great experience in working with the link between offices and business development from a change management perspective.
This seminar is part of Deloittes collaboration with Oslo Innovation Week.
The event is part of Oslo Innovation Week 2017.
Every afternoon from 5pm we hope you’ll join us at the OIW Afterwork at SALT. Visit oiw.no for full program and join the conversation on #oiw2017