Date: Friday 20th April 2018
Time: 14:00 – 18:00
Location:Lecture Theatre A
London College of Communication,
University of the Arts London
Tickets Here : http://thefutureofworkplay.eventbrite.co.uk
In the final stage of their degree, BA(Hons) Design Management & Culture students began to question the possible professional routes to undertake following graduation. After acknowledging the motives that brought an institution such as the London College of Communication to implement a course synthesising design practice with management, we decided to investigate the broader needs of the industry.
Throughout our exploration we identified four major trends, that we determined as the leading phenomenon on a globally scale, sustaining the prevailing development in the sphere of work. The trends under our enquiry are AI and Automation, Digital Nomadism, Diversity and Collaboration. We decided to address and challenge these findings through The Future of Work/Play, a symposium running on 20th April 2018 at London College of Communication. Five experts will explore the future from a sociological and humanistic point of view and provide the audience with viable insights on how to approach work nowadays for a positive impact in the long-run.
Here are the experts taking on the challenge:
Moderated by Luke Robert Mason ; science communicator, journalist and the Director of Virtual Futures – an events series engaging the public to question the future through a ‘techno-philosophical lens’. http://www.virtualfutures.co.uk / https://twitter.com/lukerobertmason
Dr. John Fass – speaker and panelist. Designer, researcher, lecturer, and course leader for BA (Hons) Information and Interface Design at London College of Communication.
Tiu De Haan – speaker and panelist. Ritual designer, creative facilitator, inspirational speaker, voiceover artist and musician.
Victor Bloch – speaker and panelist. Futurist, speaker and moderator.
Alison Coward – speaker and panelist. Founder of Bracket, strategist, coach and workshop facilitator .
The day will include activities and a conclusive networking session.
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