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The global pandemic has catalysed a “great reset” of work. Innovative organisations around the world are experimenting with new ways that people can work and collaborate together. New Zealand has a tremendous opportunity to capitalise on these seismic changes in where, when, and how people work.
Gary A. Bolles is the author of “The Next Rules of Work”. He serves as the Chair for the Future of Work for the global thinktank Singularity University and consults with organisations around the world, including Google, Intel, and the United Nations. In this high-energy talk, Bolles will chart the dramatic changes coming to the world of work, and offer a range of strategies for ways that New Zealand organisations can innovate and thrive.
Join our Project Connect community for some great food and drink, excellent networking opportunities – or chats with some other excellent humans, and an interactive conversation with Gary A. Bolles
Gary A. Bolles
As well as authoring books and chairing the Future of Work at Singularity University, Gary is also the co-founder of eParachute, Inc., a San Francisco Bay Area-based startup focused on helping job-hunters & career changers, inspired by the best-selling career book of all time, “What Color Is Your Parachute?” Gary is also the co-producer of “Closing The Gap,” a new event focused on strategies for increasing economic mobility in the face of tech-driven disruption, in Palm Beach, Florida. Gary has produced a variety of conferences and strategic events. He is a co-founder of SoCap, SocialCapitalMarkets.net, the premier gathering for impact entrepreneurs and investors, and was the co-producer of DGREE.org, a 2010 conference focused on the future of higher education. He has served as consulting producer for numerous strategic events for clients such as Google, Yahoo!, Singularity University, TED, the United Nations, L’Oreal, and the London Business School. Formerly, Gary was also the editorial director of technology publications such as Yahoo! Internet Life, Inter@ctive Week, and Network Computing, as well as the on-screen host of TechTV’s “Working the Web.