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The fifth AUDE Big Conversation event took place on 11 and 14 October, with a virtual event with over 200 attendees and a in-person Directors' Development Day welcomed 70 AUDE members, AUDE business partners and corporate attendees.
Focusing on Agile Working as a theme, the virtual event allowed a wider audience to participate, with the Directors' Development Day taking what had been discussed to delve deeper into conversations.
The events allowed for debate and idea sharing from estates teams across the country, with input from our outstanding plenary speakers: Shan Wareing, Carl Senior, Mary Curnock Cook CBE and Esther Jubb and a huge appreciation to our amazing panellists, who created a wonderful forum for conversation and debate. With thanks also to Bevan Brittan and Cisco for sponsoring our Business Sessions. Thank you to all our speakers for providing such a thought-provoking day(s).
Finally, a big thank you from the AUDE team to everyone who made the events such interesting and enjoyable days - speakers, delegates, colleagues, corporate attendees and our 2021 sponsors, which included Overbury as our main supporter and AssetWorks sponsoring the networking drinks reception.
More than just minutes produced these wonderful images to capture what the events had to say - take a look.
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|Plenary 1: Adventures in Time and Space: Stories from our Futures|
|Session A1: Elastic Spaces for learning, teaching, working, enjoying: how digital infrastructure capabilities enable high flexibility, lower Opex and keep options open for the future|
|Session A2: Towards an agile HE estate – a lawyer’s perspective|
|Session A3: Making campuses where students want to be|
|Plenary 2: The Agile University|
|Session B1: SustainAgility – Is Agile Working More Sustainable?|
|Session B2: Facilities Management – our role in enabling agile working|
|Session B3: Capital - Agile Working for Capital Development at the LSE|
|Session B4: Estate Management Group - Smarter Working|
|Session B5: Fragile working - handle with care|
|Feedback from AUDE special interest group sessions, wrap up and close|
|Plenary 1: The Future of Higher Education|
|Plenary 2: Agile working; the connected campus and the challenge of people and place|
|Networking sponsor address - Supported by AssetWorks|
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