How can businesses use uncertainty as a strategic agent of change? CoreNet Global’s EMEA Summit, which takes place this September in Madrid, will bring together more than 650 corporate real estate executives to explore how change and uncertainty can actually drive – not limit – business success, if approached strategically.
Taking the theme What’s Next? Exploiting Uncertainty, the summit will provide a call to action to the sector, to rethink how businesses approach the unknowns of change and uncertainty. In a world where forecasting is fraught with peril, the summit will assist corporate real estate professionals in considering how global shifts and emerging megatrends can reshape the strategic agenda.
The three-day event will present a variety of engaging and educational sessions, covering topics as diverse as artificial intelligence, knowledge worker productivity, disruptive design, wellbeing, smart buildings, Blockchain, cryptocurrency, the post-co-working environment and the Gen Z ‘work-sphere’. The full programme will include keynote presentations from visionary thinkers, seminars focusing on leadership and technology, in-depth and interactive workshops and a roundtable competition.
The event will open with a thought-provoking keynote from business philosopher and author Anders Indset. His What’s Next? Wild Knowledge Requires Wild Thinking presentation will fuse the philosophy of the past with the scientific knowledge and technology of tomorrow.
The 2018 summit will also bring together expert speakers from organizations as diverse as Mastercard, WeWork, Facebook, Heineken, Unilever and the UK’s NHS, offering insights and strategic advice across a wealth of topics.
Concluding the CoreNet Global EMEA Summit on Thursday 27 September, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and professional poker player Caspar Berry will use the principles of poker playing to explore risk taking and decision making in business.
The CoreNet Global EMEA Summit will take place at NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding on 25-27 September 2018.
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