Australia’s workplaces of the future

This session of the deFrost* talks series, will explore how Australian workplaces are being transformed by the concept of Activity Based Working.

Principal of interior design consultancy Davenport Campbell, Neill Johanson, will discuss Activity Based Working, which is reshaping the workplace in Australia. Based upon the principles of trust, self-leadership and high performance, these environments are demonstrating clear benefits to the organizations that have adopted this new approach, particularly in the way they engage with their people, clients and community.

Starting at 6 pm places are strictly limited to just fifty and can be obtained by sending an email, with ‘deFrost’ in the subject line, with your name, contact details and a few sentences outlining your interest in the event, by Thursday 9 August.

Event details
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012 Past event
Frost* studio
Level 1, 15-17 Foster Street,  Surry Hills,  NSW,  Australia
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