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November 2018
The Future of Work and how to embrace itBook Now
Start Date:22/11/2018 10:00
End Date:22/11/2018 10:45
Event Code:COR0361
Description:
There’s been a lot of recent media hype about robots and artificial intelligence replacing humans in the workplace. Does that mean you should be bracing yourself for widespread job losses and economic doom and gloom? Instead of panicking, it’s time to prepare your organisation so it can successfully adapt to the changing technology and employment landscape and come out on top. 

Join Guillaume Varlet, Industry Manager at Kronos® , as he will highlight proven strategies for combining technology and human capital to create value and drive productivity — even as automation expands and evolves. He'll also delve into some case studies of how some of our transport and logistics customers have managed to overcome these challenges.

The audience will learn: 

• How the labour market has adjusted to advances in technology in the past
• Why you need to adopt a people-centered technology strategy moving forward
• What steps top companies are taking to balance people and automation today

Don’t get left behind by automation … embrace it! Discover how to stay on the forefront of change by adopting innovative technologies that enable and empower the workforce in ways never before possible.

https://www.kronos.co.uk/about-us/events/future-work-and-how-embrace-it


 
 
Transport Planning How hard can it be?Book Now
Start Date:28/11/2018 17:30
End Date:28/11/2018 19:30
Event Code:ABC0639
Description:


When: 28 November 17:30 - 19:30
Where: Boldrewood Innovation Campus

Speakers: Pete Boustred (Southampton City Council), Dominic McGrath (Hampshire County Council), Claire Stephens (Systra), John Preston (University of Southampton), and Paul Walker (Go South Coast). John Dales (Urban Movement) will be the MC.

The Transport Planning Society and the University of Southampton's Transportation Research Group will be hosting a lively, informal debate over at the University's Boldrewood Campus. 

The event is for anyone working, studying or interested in the field of transport planning, with a particular focus on the South of England. Speakers will briefly address the question, "Transport Planning - how hard can it be?" from different perspectives, before opening the floor to a facilitated discussion to which everyone is welcome to contribute.

To book please visit eventbrite website
Woodfines Transport ConferenceBook Now
Start Date:29/11/2018 08:30
End Date:29/11/2018 17:30
Event Code:ABC0637
Description:


When: 29 November 08:30 onwards
Where: Cranfield Management Development Centre

Speakers: The Recorder of Aylesbury, His Honour Judge Sheridan,Neil Fulton - Transport Solutions Catapult,Tony Bellott - Chair of the Northamptonshire Logistics Forum 

Our Autumn Transport Conference is open to all those in the transport industry, including:
Transport Managers
Owner/Operators
HR Managers
Transport Consultants
Driver Trainers
H&S Advisors

It is aimed at providing essential updates to all those who contribute to the logistics sector.
Our specialist lawyers will present industry updates on topics including the ongoing issue of driver shortages, and discussing the possible implications for your businesses and drivers in the event of a no-deal Brexit. We are delighted to welcome the following guest speakers: 

The Recorder of Aylesbury, His Honour Judge Sheridan
Our Keynote speaker, who will present on the dangers of mobile phone use, presided over the fatal M1 crash involving two lorries and a minibus. 

Neil Fulton - Transport Solutions Catapult
The Initiative Lead for Connected Autonomous Transport systems, who will talk about the future of autonomous vehicles and the impact they will have. 

Tony Bellott - Chair of the Northamptonshire Logistics Forum
Industry leader, who will speak about HGV training and accreditation.

 *Please note that speakers/topics are subject to change

Refreshments:
Breakfast and a buffet lunch are included. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day.

Booking:
You can book your space(s) via Eventbrite here

Cost: £48 + VAT

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