Speaker: Brian Elliott

Executive Leader, Future Forum & SVP @Slack | Author, How the Future Works

Brian Elliott is the Executive Leader of the Future Forum, a consortium launched by Slack to enable leaders to redesign work to be better for people and organisations.

Future Forum is dedicated to helping companies transform in a digital-first world by building a way of working that is flexible, inclusive and connected. It is focused on delivering original research, case studies and position papers, and on convening executives and experts to share insights and debate solutions. Future Forum was founded by Slack and is supported by partners such as Boston Consulting Group, MillerKnoll and Management Leadership for Tomorrow.

Previously, Brian was the Vice President and General Manager of Platform at Slack, where he oversaw platform strategy and execution. Slack’s platform integrates with over 2,500 enterprise tools from leading companies such as Google, Microsoft, Salesforce and Workday, and supports over one million active developers building solutions for their own teams.

Before Slack, Brian was General Manager of Google Express, Google’s full-stack commerce platform. Prior to Google, Brian was CEO at software and e-commerce start-ups. Before that, Brian was a Principal with The Boston Consulting Group.

Brian received a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Northwestern University, Illinois, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. His work has been published and cited in Harvard Business ReviewFortunethe Economist and The New York Times.

Session

The Future of Work: How Flexibility Unlocks Potential for People and Organizations

The last two years created a massive discontinuity in how we work, and now the debate rages: are we going back to the way things were, or investing to move forward?

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Date

Monday Oct 24 / 05:25PM PDT ( 50 minutes )

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Session

[Panel] Hybrid and Remote: How Do We Start Making Change Right Now?

The panelists have all been part of organizations that have fully embraced hybrid or remote work, and some were leading that charge. The question is, how do we go back to work next week and start making real changes for the better?

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Date

Monday Oct 24 / 01:40PM PDT ( 50 minutes )

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