WorkTech15 in New York is this week – I can save you $150 on the registration fee

worktechWorkTech is one of the best one-day opportunities you can find for learning the latest insights about the future of work. Phillip Ross and his Unwired Ventures team always  assemble a mind-bending and eye-opening program filled with success stories, thought leaders, and provocative insights.

Architect, industrial designer, and visionary thinker Robert Luchetti will be keynoting the annual WORKTECH15 New York City conference on May 13 & 14, Time and Life Building in Midtown Manhattan (The one-day event is May 14, preceded on the 13th by a special Master Class featuring intensive interaction).

Robert Luchetti and Phillip Stone published “Your Office is Where You Are” in the Harvard Business Review in 1985. In this seminal article, they presented their creation of and predicted the concept of “activity based working.” In his keynote presentation at WORKTECH15, Robert Luchetti will revisit their predictions and take a critical look at what they got right and wrong and present a critique of the current state of the workplace.

The future of work is on everyone’s agenda. This event brings thought leaders together to share cutting edge ideas on the future, from both a people and a technology perspective. The WORKTECH15 speakers will explore future technologies and cutting-edge award-winning workplaces, as well as people, change, and engagement. The speakers come from some of today’s most successful companies as well as a broad range of progressive and influential organizations. They are leading international thinkers, industry strategists and radical visionaries.

To learn more about the event and to register, click on this link:

That link offers you $150 off the May 14 conference event and $50 off the May 13 Masterclass event.

I hope you’ll attend; let me know how it goes.

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