Remote working and the future workplace – an opportunity to create higher performing teams

Jul 23, 2020

SIO Webinar 20 Aug 15:00-16:00

Remote working and the future workplace – an opportunity to create higher performing teams

The briefing will be led by Jamie Drysdale, PwC.  Jamie is a Director in PwC's Insurance and Asset Management Operations team. His main areas of focus over the last 20 years have been in operating model design, cost transformation and ways of working. He is one of PwC's most experienced leadership coaches. Post COVID Jamie has led the development of PwC's point of view on Workplace of the Future and remote working (find out more about what Jamie has published by clicking on 100% Remote Series).  

The session will be split into 2 parts:

  1. Remote working - Remote working is here to stay. We should aim to get better at it individually and collectively. We will share views on challenges and opportunities for operations teams & asset managers based on 30+ leadership discussions that have happened in the last 12 weeks. 
  2. Workplace of the Future - Attention is starting to shift towards the shape of how and where we will work in the future. Both during the hybrid transition phase we will be in for the coming 18 months and beyond. We will discuss some of the key determinants of design to enable asset managers to grasp the opportunity and address long standing challenges with how we work. 


There will be an opportunity to ask questions after both parts of the presentation.  These will be facilitated by Steve Latto (ASI) and David Lannigan (BNP Paribas).

SIO Members can register for the webinar by logging into the members section, clicking on the Events Tab and selecting this webinar.

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