The future of work is now...
ARE YOU READY? THE TIME IS NOW TO re-examine how we think about the nature of work, the concept of employment and what it takes to build a thriving workforce.
How will the next industrial revolution reshape the world of work? For business and people leaders - globalization, technological advances, shifting demographics, stratified workforce expectations and the near extinction of the linear learning path to employment are presenting us with a unique and exciting landscape to navigate. What we do next matters and employers are at the forefront of this change.
Work Rebooted is a curated knowledge-sharing network focused on workforce digital transformation with a primary aim of positive social change and business outcomes. Our annual summit and supported synergistic ventures push boundaries, challenge the status quo, and inspire business leaders to take meaningful action.
Work Rebooted brings you the mentor, coach, disrupter, futurist and new ideation that can help you get out of the bubble, off the wheel, and on a path to accelerated business success. Combine this with the aggregate wisdom of your peers, who can relate to your immediate challenges, and a powerful learning experience emerges with results that are transformational.
During the summit, we take a deep dive into the root cause of many of today's challenges in people recruitment, employee retention, morale, performance, and business stagnation. We examine our workspaces, places, policies, and how our people management is integrated into our overall business strategy and health. Often with a new lens, rethinking preconceived notions that may have previously held us back.
Join us February 25-27, 2019 in San Francisco to learn how leading organizations are already moving the needle by incorporating new approaches, technologies and data-driven solutions to help create scalable, responsive and diverse organizations that foster intrapreneurship, purpose-driven and highly effective teams that drive business innovation and meet bottom line objectives.
Julia Morgan Ballroom
465 California Street, 15th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104