Wellington | Future Workforce
Join Professor Gail Pacheco from the Productivity Commission along with Nick Sterling and Hugh Evans from Callaghan Innovation as we discuss the impact of technology on the future of work and therefore property. What alignments are needed for government to legislate or adopt these new technologies and what are the long-term impacts for the future workforce and the property sector?
This presentation will cover:
- How technological change will impact the future of work, the workforce, and productivity
- How the Government can best position New Zealand to take advantage of innovation and technological change
- What are the takeaways for the property industry in order to keep pace with technology
Sponsored by The Building Intelligence Group, this event strives to provide members with the insight and knowledge to embrace change as we navigate a new normal in the property industry.
Please note a cash bar will be operating post-presentation.
Professor Gail Pacheco
Commissioner, The Productivity Commission
Gail is an experienced researcher with a focus on labour and health research themes. She is currently a Professor of Economics and the Director of the NZ Work Research Institute at Auckland University of Technology leading large-scale funded projects, involving both academic and external collaborations.
In 2019, AUT bestowed its top award to Gail for her research, scholarship, and application of integrated data to help inform social policy and wellbeing. Gail was awarded the NZIER Economics Award in 2018 for outstanding contributions to the advancement of economics and its applications to New Zealand.
She has a strong technical background and has extensive experience with complex research projects involving diverse stakeholder groups, including the government.
Business Innovation Advisor and Construction Sector Lead, Callaghan Innovation
With the existential threat of Climate Change and the imperative created by the Covid economic recovery, Nick enables NZ construction businesses to identify and maximise the opportunities that those disruptions bring rather than be disrupted by them. Callaghan Innovation is working in collaboration with industry sector partners to enable construction businesses in NZ to be more environmentally sustainable, more productive, more collaborative and to export more. In his previous roles, Nick held senior leadership positions in the ICT sector in NZ and the UK, managing large regional channels, national delivery teams and strategic programmes. He also supports businesses in the local community as a pro bono Business Mentor.
Design Lead, Callaghan Innovations
Chartered Professional Engineer, with more than 20 years track record of delivering technical advisory and leadership for large scale multidisciplinary projects in Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, UK and USA, in the Energy and Property/ Buildings sectors.
A note about COVID
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