Generations Working Together | University of Oxford

Generations Working Together

Will Hutton and panel
18:00 - 21:00
Mathematical Institute
Woodstock Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX2 6GG
Lectures and seminars
Free
Yes
Not required

Introductory address: Professor Andrew Hamilton (Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford)

Panel

  • Will Hutton (Principal, Herford College, University of Oxford) 
  • Mark Evans (Chief Executive Officer of Adaptix, NED and Founder of Mirada, Non-Executive Chair of Cydar) 
  • Dr John Boyle (Managing Director, Oxford Computer Consultants; Chairman, The Oxford Trust) 
  • Steve Burgess (Chief Executive Officer, The Oxford Trust)
  • Marie Brankin (Executive Coach, Oxford Executive Coaching, Governor of Activate Learning, Chair of icap)

Chaired by: Professor Sarah Harper (Director, the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing)

  • 18.00 Refreshments
  • 18.45 Panel
  • 19.30 Wine Reception

Working together across the generational divide to make business work. A view from three generations The Foresight Programmein the Government Office for Science (GO Science) undertakes multi-disciplinary projects addressing key issues for the economy, society and the environment, where science and technology can offer valuable insights and solutions. The Foresight Future of an Ageing Population Project is using an evidence-based approach to consider the challenges and opportunities of an ageing society, both now and looking forward to 2025 and 2040, and to inform and support government policy. The project is informed by an expert groupwhich is chaired by Professor Sarah Harper. We are pleased to invite you to an event where a panel of cross generational invited experts will discuss the key topic of how the different generations may work together to promote successful business.

Please Register by email to emilie.servas@ageing.ox.ac.uk