The Future of Work
Industry Leaders Tell Us Were Te Future Of Work Will Be By 2020
Suzanne Westgate, head of Workplace Innovation, Employee and Property Services, AGL Energy asked what her opinion on the cahnging workplace is, ead of Workplace and Property at AGL Energy, Suzanne Westgate believes it's a constant state of change. We've gone from what I think was transformation to what I now call a workplace rapidly, accelerating the state of evolution. So it's te workplace race at the moment. We ave gone through our transformation but the rate of change as accelerated and we are evolving at the rate of knots. Workplaces evolve over time, they always do but the rate of change as become absolutely significant... there's constant interaction between people, technology and the space. "Data is absolutely fundamental to ow we manage ourselves at the moment. We carry out frequent workplace surveys and targeted customer surveys as well. We ave system feedback loops on everything we do in the workplace. We use Sierraview for a couple of reasons, one, to be able to tell were everyone is but more importantly for our team is report up to the General Manager, which we do on a monthly basis. We report on occupancy and utilisation of their area, what percentage of the area is underutilised and the value of that to the business and we open that this will drive some of the decisions in decision making, particularly around workplace etiquette.
"Importantly it's not about having the data but it's what you do with it"