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Are our workplaces stifling talent and innovation?

June 22, 2015

On 3rd June 2015 consultancy organisation Quora brought together highly acclaimed thought-leaders to engage in open dialogue and to face these challenges transparently and head-on. 

 

Burning2Learn was invited to hear presentations from an excellent group of panelist and to sit amongst other delegates - made up of CEOs, CFOs and CIOs - and discuss the day’s hot topics. Panelists included; Olympic Gold Medalist, Adrian Moorhouse MBE; former Chief Executive of Network Rail, Iain Coucher; CIO at RSA, Malcolm Whitehouse; HR Director of Tate & Lyle, Julie Smith; EMEA Region Head Global Facilities Manager at SAP, Michael Roper; and CEO of BBC Commercial projects, Chris Kane.

 

Quora’s Smartworking Summit offered a unique approach to tackling this challenge in an inspired ‘unplugged’ format which encouraged the speakers to talk freely and honestly with their audience.

 

Now that the event is over, Burning2Learn has produced a short publication to keep the discussion going! 

 

Big businesses have talked about it and now we are bringing the debate to you - the next generation - to find out what the ‘talent’ in ‘are our workplaces stifling talent’ has to say about this topic. We want to know your take on the difference between a useless and a useful workplace environment, how far you have seen trust become a two way street, how well you think you fit into the working environment around you and what makes you feel most inspired!

 

To view the full document click here

 

 

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