Workplace innovation: why and how it's transforming business, The Lighthouse, Wednesday, 27. February 2019

Learn how workplace innovation can help you drive business growth by unleashing and developing the full potential of your entire workforce.
Discover how a growing number of successful companies throughout Europe are using the knowledge, skills and experience of employees at every level to boost business performance – and how this helps them become employers of choice.
This highly interactive masterclass is your opportunity to:
• Learn from leading European experts• Gain inspiration and practical insights from two transformative business leaders• Share experiences with other Scottish companies.
You will also be able to assess current practices in your own company, get advice from our experts, and learn about opportunities for support from Scottish Enterprise’s workplace innovation specialists.
Steven DhondtSteven is a Senior Researcher at TNO, the Dutch national research organisation, and Professor at the University of Leuven. Steven is one of Europe’s leading experts on workplace innovation and is a regular speaker at conferences and workshops internationally.
Warren Glover - Lindum Group Employee-owned construction and property group Lindum‘s belief in the power of employees to improve every aspect of the business is exemplified by its slogan: “the best argument should win no matter who makes it”. Warren is clear that “this is more than words. Managers can’t just insist on pushing through an idea without being able to justify it, and all employees have a voice.” Lindum has been in the Sunday Times Top 100 to Work For since 2004.
Jeremy Ling - Bristan When Jeremy Ling took over as CEO of this traditional family firm, he recognised that it lacked a culture of creativity and innovation. Open leadership, communication and trust have enabled Bristan to undertake a potentially difficult ‘journey of efficiencies’, while engaging everyone in workforce in improving the business as part of their day-to-day working lives.

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Workplace innovation: why and how it's transforming business

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