This pandemic has challenged workplaces across the globe. From elevating the employee experience remotely to relying on digital tools for day-to-day operations, COVID-19 has accelerated pressure on workplace transformation. Yet these times have prompted an opportunity for businesses to think long-term about how to create a more resilient workplace.
Led by Compugen, this webinar will explore how this situation has changed how your space is utilized and the important role of your digital business strategy. Plus, in preparing your workforce for the future, learn how your organizational culture can continue to adapt to encompass agility and trust.
Join teams from Compugen and Edmonton-based business 'The Little Potato Company' as they explore how Canadian organizations are adapting to this new climate quickly and ultimately, re-imagining their business and the future of their workplace!
Please confirm your attendance by Monday, June 22 @ 4 PM
We will be using Zoom meeting platform for the webinar. A link to join the meeting will be sent out to all registrants 12-24 hours prior to the webinar via email.
About the Presenters
Tom Willshaw, Manager – Subscription, Adoption, and Managed Services at Compugen Inc.
Tom brings more than a decade of experience in the managed technology space, spanning various platforms including print, data center and end user space. In his role as Consumption Services lead, Tom is tasked with bringing transformations to the traditional support structures within Compugen. A BSc in Psychology and Technology optimist, Tom is excited by the potential that Information Technology has to positively impact people, business outcomes and the world at large.
As the youngest member of Compugen‘s leadership team for Western Canada, Tom is well positioned to understand the shift in workplace demographics and is passionate about helping clients prepare for the ‘war for talent’ in the coming years.
Doug Howell, Director of Information Technology at The Little Potato Company
Doug has been responsible for technology strategy and implementation for over a decade at growing, geographically distributed organizations. As Director of Information Technology at The Little Potato Company, he leads a team enabling insights, productivity, and innovation, and which was recently described as being “as effective as a team five times the size.” Doug is a member of the senior leadership team at The Little Potato Company, and since he joined four years ago the company has successfully undertaken a major expansion into the United States. With dual passions for business and technology, Doug is most excited when technology elevates people, enhances competitiveness, and reduces risk.