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Workshop 2

The Future of Work: Developing productive, sustainable, and socially-inclusive work models in the face of rapid technological change and value shifts

7.30 - 9.30am, Thursday 13 June 2019, Stamford Plaza, Auckland

The world of work is changing beneath us. Widespread connectivity, increased automation, and emerging technologies, together with shifting demographics and changing values, are disrupting individual roles, moving work practice boundaries, blurring the nature of work and traditional models of employment and rewards, and challenging established business strategy.

Our speakers will discuss:

• How rapid technological change and disruption is changing the workforce and impacting strategic planning and risk management

• Embracing and adopting technology and the digital culture, building capability, and promoting employee voice – opportunities and benefits for businesses of all sizes

• The evolution of workforces and workplaces, organising for the future, and navigating the transition

• The reskilling imperative

• Enhancing productivity and engaging and empowering your workforce across flexible work arrangements and distributed workplaces




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Kerri Dewe
Director, Lowndes

Kerri is a Director in Lowndes’ Corporate and Commercial team, with extensive corporate and commercial law experience, gained in New Zealand and overseas. She has been recognised by leading legal directories – named a ‘Next Generation Lawyer’ by Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2018) and identified by Chambers as an ‘Associate to Watch’ (2014).

Kerri’s practice is focused on transactional M&A, business establishment and restructuring, and negotiating significant commercial contracts. Working with clients across a range of industries, from start-ups to SMEs to leading corporates, private and listed companies, private equity funds, financial institutions and professional services firms, she regularly advises on constitutional and governance issues, securities legislation, regulatory compliance, consumer law, and non-contentious employment matters. She also has experience in telecommunications and technology law.