The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is still evolving and the future of work environment is uncertain.
The Government Roadmap for reopening Ireland and business sets out how the COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted on a phased basis.
As a result, seismic shifts, evolution’s and innovations are taking place in the work environment and the broader tech industry in response to both the lockdown and subsequent reopening of the country.
This webinar will examine the future of work and how companies, public authorities and organisations are evolving their service delivery and embracing technology not only to reboot their business but grow after lockdown.
Expert panellists include:
- Pat Lucey, CEO, Aspira
- Ann Doherty, Chief Executive Officer, Cork City Council
- Tom Raftery, Global VP & Futurist
Registration: This webinar is free for all it@cork members and the general public. Please click on the following link for registration:
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Profile of panellists
Pat Lucey is the CEO and co-founder of enterprise IT firm Aspira and President Ireland Chapter PMI. Aspira is an award-winning Consulting, IT and Project Management Professional Services. Aspira offers a range of Project Management Services including Project Kick-Start, Project Controls, Risk Audit, PMO Setup and Professional Training in Certified Project Management.
Ann Doherty was elected as the first female CEO of Cork City Council in 2014. Ann previously worked in senior roles including General Manager of the Cork University Hospital Group, National Director of the HSE and CEO of the University of Limerick Hospitals Group.
Tom Raftery is a key note speaker for Tech Summit Cork 2020. Tom is a Global VP for SAP, an Innovation Evangelist, Futurist, and international Keynote speaker. Prior to joining SAP, Tom worked for a number of companies at Group IT Manager/CTO level, and as an Industry Analyst. Tom is also a regular Guest Lecturer at the International Instituto San Telmo Business School in Seville.