What Matters - Future of Work

20 March Webcast 2
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When: Wednesday 20 March

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Price: Members: Complimentary

Non-members: $30.00

Location: Webcast

What Matters

Profound technological, economic, social and demographic changes are reshaping work - 

is governance ready to meet the challenge of the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Register from this page for the live webcast of the event. After you register you will be sent the viewing link and information about viewing requirements.

Our expert panel will discuss key factors driving the shift towards the unknown ‘future of work’ and explore the role governance has to play in preparing organisations for a very different future.

Important issues will be addressed such as; how can we create robust yet flexible workforce planning processes, how has technology changed jobs so far, what are the skills that will be required for the future, and how do we prepare for a future not yet defined?

Introducing our panel:

Jackie LloydJackie Lloyd - moderator (Non-executive Director and IoD National Council Member)
Jackie is an independent director.  She is currently acting  Chair of New Zealand Post Group, a director of Naylor Love and Ag Research and a Trustee of the Lion Foundation, Chair of Experience Wellington (Wellington Museum Trust).  A life-long interest in the relationship between human behaviour and business performance led Jackie through an executive career as global human resources director for the New Zealand Dairy Board and NZMP Fonterra, to consulting and on to governance. She is a graduate of Otago University and the University of Virginia Executive Development Programme, and a Chartered Member of the Institute of Directors.  Jackie serves on the National Council and Wellington Branch Committee of the IoD.

Rob CampbellRob Campbell
Rob is a professional director and investor. His current directorships include chair of Skycity Entertainment Group Ltd, Summerset, Tourism Holdings and WEL Networks, and a director of Precinct Properties. He is also an investment committee member of Silverfern Co-Investment Partners (US), an advisory board member of VGI Partners (US, Australia), and owner/director of Tutanekai Investments Ltd (NZ).

Rob holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Economic History and Political Science, and Master of Philosophy in Economics. He was also Senior Scholar in his final year at Victoria University and a member of the University’s Professorial Board. In 2017 Rob was awarded the NZ Shareholders Association Beacon Award and the Deloitte NZ Chair of the Year Award. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors.

prof Chris GallavinChris Gallavin
Professor Chris Gallavin is Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University.

Chris has a Masters degree in Tertiary Education Management and Governance from Melbourne University and has published in the area of university reform.  He is a recognised thought leader in the future of tertiary education.

In October 2017, Chris was appointed as the 2018 Eisenhower Fellow for New Zealand – his project looked at reshaping tertiary education to solve the problems of humanity. He regularly speaks on issues as varied as criminal law and evidence, the future of work, and setting the normative framework for the future of our society. Passionate about poetry and inspiring young leaders to change the world, Chris received a Local Hero award in the New Zealander of the Year Awards in 2014 for services to the Christchurch community post-quake and is a member of the Sir Peter Blake Trust Dream Team. 

Gillian ServiceGillian Service
Gillian Service is a Partner at MinterEllisonRuddWatts and leads their Auckland Employment team. She is an internationally recognised employment law specialist and is passionate about the future of work and the challenges organisations face both locally and globally. Gillian specialises in risk management in business arising from people.  She is regularly sought as a thought leader on the future of work and complex pieces of legislation such as the Holidays Act and strategic Industrial Relations advice.