At 2pm on 30 May at Strathclyde University in Glasgow an expert seminar will be held to examine new workplace practices in Scotland, the benefits of these for both enterprises and employees, and how economic development practitioners and others can support workplace innovation.
Key benefits of attending this seminar include:
- Learn from expert speakers from Scottish Enterprise, Strathclyde Business School, Oxfam Scotland, The Melting Pot and the Scottish Universities Insight Institute on how workplace innovation is driving productivity and embedding equity in organisations across Scotland.
- Gain insight into examples of workplace innovation in practice, and practical advice around what the economic development profession, researchers and others can do to support WI in Scotland.
- Network over refreshments with key professionals in your field. Those confirmed as attending include local authority economic development managers, directors of economic consulting firms, and senior representatives from Audit Scotland, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Scottish Parliament Information Centre, Ingeus and others. Please see here for full event details, including speaker list. You can book your place here.
If you have any questions about this event, please get in touch with Elaine Bone at firstname.lastname@example.org.