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29 October 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Workplace Week takes place between 9-13 November 2015. It is a national series of events that is also designed to make money for the BBC’s Children in Need charity.

As part of this programme, RICS will be holding its CPD seminar – Workplace and Professional Productivity - the Science – at its central London offices (details below) and revealing its strategic development programme for Facilities and Real Estate Leaders.


The seminar will feature an  expert discussion panel:

Tim Oldman – CEO, Leesman.

Mick Mahon – Head of Corporate Services, MUFG.

Rory Murphy – Commercial Director, Vinci Facilities.

The seminar will be on 2 November and between 17.30-20.00 at: RICS, Parliament Square, London SW1P 3AD.

Andrew Mawson of Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) will also speakers on his Hierarchy of Knowledge Worker Productivity based on AWA’s research over the last 3 years.

Picture:   RICS will be hosting a seminar at its offices at Parliament Square as part of Workplace Week.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 29 October 2015


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