Knowledge Transfer in the Evolving Workplace
How does one “Find their Tribe”? As organizations continue to struggle with talent attraction and retention, knowledge sharing and training, working to create atmospheres that nurture collaboration and inspire innovation, the one constant is human capital.
Each year the IIDA NY Facilities Forum provides a platform for surfacing new ideas about the issues and trends affecting the physical workplace. This year we are focusing on the evolution of mentoring at all stages of career development. There are new forms of knowledge transfer in today’s workplace, such as peer to peer, reverse mentoring, creative and digital mentoring. How do these emerging trends impact the spaces, places and cultures we create?
Three leaders will share their views on fostering creativity, networking and challenging the status quo, leading to company productivity and personal growth. Join the discussion and learn to navigate this new physical, digital, and generational landscape.
Justin Mardex, Director of Workplace Strategy, Ted Moudis Associates
Elle Moser, Sr. Director, Global Organization & Leadership Development, Viacom
Peter Mears, President North America, Initiative
Mikhail Pozin, Founder, Pinecone