Statement of work and the future of work
16th February 2021, 10:22 am
About this Event
The world of work has changed in the last 12 months. There has been changes a boom in remote working as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, a rise in the gig economy, the up and coming IR35 changes, and the need to work differently as markets and economies change in light of Brexit.
All have impacted the way that organisations are looking at workforce strategy and composition to thrive in the future. And one of the options and buzzwords is statement of work or SoW. But what is it, what are the benefits, and how do you implement it effectively?
On the 25th February we will be assembling the best and brightest minds in the industry to share ideas and answer your questions. Through a range of expert-led sessions will be discussing a range of topics in relation to SoW solutions, including:
- How does it fit as part of a wider workforce strategy?
- How do you triage between contingent and consultancy/SoW ?
- How do you procure it as a service and what are the legal points of note?
- What functionality do you need from a technology perspective?
- How do you scope and build an effective SoW solution in IT ?
- How does SoW impact IR35 status?
- Nick Ghamgosar, Senior Manager, Workforce Transformation, KPMG
- Richard Dace, Director, Enterprise Architecture & Governance, Carnival UK
- Lucy Simpson, Category Manager, YPO
- Raoul Robinson, Contracts Manager, YPO
- Neil Smithies, Head of Digital and IT Architecture, Information Commissioner’s Office
- Jonny Dunning, CEO, Zivio
- Tony Williams, Will Exell, Board Advisor & Coach
- Richard Smith, Business Transformation Director, REED
As our guest you will have the opportunity to join the sessions, put your questions to the experts and talk with like-minded peers.
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