MIT Event coming to Chicago

MIT Enterprise Forum


Future of the Office – How Technology Will Change the Way We work

Monday, September 26th 5:30-8:30 pm

As I heard it – The explosion of mobile devices, together with social technologies and smart apps, is creating a new distributed workforce. It’s transforming physical offices and how work gets done. Join us for our season kick-off event as we examine the implications of new trends for business efficiency and productivity. If you’re looking for the latest developments that will help you save time, work faster and produce better results this is an event you don’t want to miss.  
Panel Moderator
Dr. Hugh Musick, Associate Dean IIT Design 
Jeff Calusinski
, IBM Distinguished Engineer, Social Media& Client Technologies – How social media and mobile technologies will impact and change the way we work with each other both internally and externally.  
Ross Kimbarovsky co-Founder crowdSPRING – How crowd sourcing and a freelance worker for hire work force is changing the way we get work done. A look at cloud computing (tools and technologies that are shaping the way we work.

Sudhakar Lahade, Growth Initiatives Steelcase  – How the physical work place environment is changing to accommodate a new work force.



Monday September 26th
5:30 – 8:30 pm

Hosted by our host sponsor, IBM
IBM Innovation Center
71 S. Wacker Drive, 6th floor 
(Note that the Wacker entrance is closed. Enter from Franklin Street)

$10 for members.
$30 advance payment for guests

For details –


That’s what I heard. What did you hear? Your comments are welcome.

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3 responses to “MIT Event coming to Chicago

  1. Bill Blaire

    You got that right.

  2. Melissa Hart

    It’s a beautiful facility. But there seemed to be some loudmouth in the audience.

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