Is going into the office everyday a productive way to work?
Anne thinks not and the need that the agile revolution is underway which will not just help productivity but the environment, communities and our health and wellbeing. Anne is the founder of Onyx, a business communications consultancy working across the UK and in the US to deliver reputation management. Onyx have researched and produced numerous white papers for clients and are the co-authors of a book that explores the practicalities and impact of agile working (with input from leading academics, experts and innovators).
Anne started her career in the public sector. Her roles include the private office of the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and the DTI press office. She was taken to the Cabinet Office by Michael Heseltine, when he became Deputy Prime Minister. Anne left the Civil Service at the end of 1999 when she was asked to work for e-skills UK to change the image of IT among teenaged girls. Anne organised the world’s biggest slumber party at the Science Museum and founded CC4G (Computer Clubs for Girls – now available in most schools across the UK). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx