QUBE@Work: Humanly Digital
This event is fully booked.
Using the extraordinary virtual platform that is QUBE, we’ll capture your stories and your insight around the ‘rules’ of virtual working and we’ll enable you to experience a new world that can genuinely replace the old world of offices, meaningless status, lack of neuro-diversity, endless meeting planning and meetings without purpose, recorded actions or progress.
This is working ‘whenever and wherever’, this is ‘working out loud’ this is working in a world that is ‘humanly digital’.
The sessions are designed to encourage you to take away some insight you can use – a technique, an example, a sense of how others do things or simply a confirmation of your own intuitive approach. The sessions will also help you build and extend your professional network as well as develop your skills on collaborating and co-working in a virtual environment.
QUBE @ Work is open to members of the Major Projects Knowledge Hub and Major Projects Association communities.
You’ll need a laptop and a PC, with a set of in-ear headphones and microphone (as you would use for your telephone). Once you have downloaded QUBE, we’ll guide you through the process of learning to work through an avatar (your QUBOT) and you’ll be ready to go.
These regular workshop sessions will provide you with an opportunity to explore and develop personal and organizational approaches to working in major projects. We aim to generate an output from each event that you can take back and share with colleagues. You’ll also have the opportunity to experience (and practise your skills) of working in a virtual environment. Finally, this is an opportunity to meet and work collaboratively with your peers from across other major projects.
Comments from delegates on the first QUBE@Work Session on Stakeholder Storytelling, which took place in February 2019:
“I really enjoyed using QUBE for the first time. My head is buzzing with ideas.”
“You’re working with people you wouldn’t normally work with and you’re getting some work done in the space”
“I’ve not experienced anything like it. Thank you!”