People want to spend more time on meaningful work and with teams who are engaged in making that happen. Projects where people's skills and practice strengths are working well together to encourage people to learn, improve and thrive.
People want organisations that are energetic, collaborative, purposeful and visionary.
Organisations are stuck in the industrial age.
Where people are treated as robots in silos on a production line. But people are not machines. We all get lost in the noise, speed and deliverables of the day to day work that we forget about why we are working on a project in the first place.
This results in feeling purposeless, stressed, unhealthy and in a state of “sleepwalking”.
This workshop includes:
This needs to be a cross disciplinary conversation, so we welcome a wide range of job titles:
Just to name a few.
Dan and Jo don't speak Italian, and we expect to host a diverse and international audience; So - yes! - it will be in English,
however the atmosphere will be relaxed and co-facilitators speak Italian so he will help if you won't feel confortable with your English.
Let's be clear: the use of English language, even during the breaks, is strongly encouraged although it is not 100% mandatory.
With a small effort, you'll allow serendipitous over-heard situations to happen! ;)
Dan is a co-founder and principal at Apogee and co-founder of Make Meaningful Work, as well as the co-founder of UX Hong Kong.
He has been involved in the UX field for over 20 years, and has been based in Hong Kong for over 20 years.
Dan has lectured about user-centered design globally.
You can follow him on Twitter: @dszuc
Jo Wong is a co-founder and principal at Apogee and co-founder of Make Meaningful Work, as well as the co-founder of UX Hong Kong.
Jo grew up in multicultural Hong Kong with a Chinese-Burmese father and Chinese-Indonesian mother. Jo is passionate about the environment, political and economic systems and how we can live healthier and happier lives while not adversely impacting less fortunate people.
Davide Casali, better known as “Folletto”, is a user experience director and startup advisor with a hybrid background in design, psychology and technology. His objective is to change for better the quality of life of the people through the products he designs and lead. He currently works in Automattic, maker of WordPress.com.
He believes that “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”, as Leonardo DaVinci reportedly said and his approach is to reach a focused simplicity through the existing complexity.
You can follow him on Twitter: @folletto
The event will be held at:
We provide huge discounts for early birds, students and groups (min 5 people)
Invoices will be issued (upon request) for your tickets and will be emailed after the event.
Refunds Policy: If you need to cancel your seat, you must tell us at least 7 days before the date of the event to receive a 100% refund (PayPal & Eventbrite fees excluded). No refunds can be issued for seats that are cancelled less than 7 days before the event.