Have you registered yet for the IFMA/Cornell University Workplace Strategy Summit?
If not, you’re going to regret it.
Where else could you spend two days at Cornell University (my own alma mater) in beautiful upstate New York in the fall (best time of the year there, by far), in conversation with 150 really smart people who together are going to define the workplace of the future?
Although the Summit is open to all, space is limited, so now is the time to register for a chance to learn from experts like:
- DEGW Founder and pioneer Frank Duffy;
- Professor Frank Becker of Cornell;
- MIT Professor Michael Joroff;
- Professor Alexi Marmot of University College, London;
- Philip Ross of Unwired Ventures and the WorkTech programs;
- Noborru Kono, Professor at Kyoto Institute of Technology;
- Researcher Susan Stucky of IBM; and
- Warwick Johnson of Brookfield Multiplex.
This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of the thought leaders and practitioners who created the work environments we inhabit today, and who are gathering to identify the key trends and discontinuities that will define the workplace of the future.
You need to be there. It’s happening in Ithaca, New York, on September 5-7. Register now, while there is still room, at this link:
You can read about the Summit, the speakers, and the topics at this link:
I will be there; I hope you will be too.