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Your Future in Partnership with Southampton Business School Event

Business people talking
Time:
14:00 - 17:40
Date:
4 July 2019
Venue:
Turner Sims Concert Hall Highfield Campus University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this event, please email sbsevent@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

by Southampton Business School

The Partnership event provides an excellent opportunity to discuss your areas of interest with our academic staff and many of our partner organisations. Our business partners occupy a wide spectrum of industry sectors and include multi-national corporations through to entrepreneurial SME’s operating in the public, private and third sector.
The style of the event is very much participative and you will be able to join a variety of conversations during the afternoon as well as contribute to the panel discussion at the end of the afternoon.

This year’s partner event is investigating the future of work, the keynote lectures are focused on the implications of multi-generational organisations and the opportunities and threats that Artificial Intelligence (AI) can offer the future business landscape. We look forward to hearing your views and creating new insights around these imminent challenges.


Event Programme:


14:00 - Registration, refreshments and networking


14:30 - Welcome by Deputy Head of School, Tom Chapman


14:45 - Keynote: Leading multigenerational organisations, busting the myths (Paul Bennett, Southampton Business School)


15:15 - Meet Southampton Business School (Market place 1 and table conversations)


15:45 - Keynote: The impacts of AI in the workplace (Adrian Fry, Varonis & Sally Bibb, Engaging Minds)


16:15 - Meet Southampton Business School (Market place 2 and table conversations)


16:45 - Panel discussion: “What millennials really want” (panel made up of millennial professionals, discussion led by Ben Clark, Future Worlds)


17:30 - Closing comments


17:40 - Event closes

Join the discussion on Twitter using #SBSPartnerEvent

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