Virtual Roundtable - Facility Management, Technology & the Future of Work

Are you evaluating return-to-work strategies? Looking to build confidence around the technologies and plans your teams choose to implement to deliver safe and healthy work environments post-pandemic?

You don’t want to miss this LIVE virtual roundtable discussion, scheduled for Tuesday, 29 June 2021 at 3 PM BST! Please complete the form to reserve your spot now.

The way organisations approach return-to-work challenges now will result in short-term AND long-term effects for real estate and facility managers, HR, IT, workplace strategists, and more. And organisations around the world are testing new approaches every day.

To discuss these new approaches to the future of work and analyse some of the lasting effects we expect to see from the perspective of RE & FM, Planon has brought together a panel of experts from Frost & Sullivan, KPMG, Schneider Electric and Philips.

Together they will explore the following topics:

  • The role of technology for successful work experiences post-pandemic
  • Main return-to-work strategies that organisations are using
  • Examples of how organisations are balancing productivity, employee engagement, employee wellbeing, and cost savings post-COVID
  • Top priorities organisations should consider when shifting to a hybrid workforce
  • Examples of pitfalls & triumphs that these panelists have been involved in over the past year of change

Meet our Expert Panel

  • Peter Ankerstjerne, Chief Strategy Officer at Planon and Chairman of the Global Board of Directors at IFMA
  • John Raspin, Partner and Director of Energy & Environment at Frost & Sullivan
  • Brett Spindler, Senior Director Building Enterprise Solutions at Schneider Electric
  • Sander Grünewald, Global Head of Real Estate Advisory at KPMG

Practical information:

This Virtual Roundtable Discussion will be presented in English on 29 June 2021 at 3:00PM BST. If this time does not work for you, register anyway and we will send you the recording.

Register to attend the Virtual Roundtable Discussion
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