Speaker Group: Agile Working

Andrew Mawson

Andrew Mawson is leader of global workplace consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) and founder of Workplace Week. From a general management career in the IT industry, his unrelenting curiosity for the transition to new models of work led to the founding of AWA in 1992. Since then, he has worked with some of the world’s… Read more »

Claire Hollister

Claire has over 20 years experience  in UK and global professional services organisations and for the last three years has been working as an independent consultant helping organisations improve their people focused operations – changing internal operations and operating environments to improve the engagement, effectiveness and wellbeing of staff. Claire has developed and implemented agile… Read more »

Maud Santamaria

Maud leads the workplace experience strategy for Mace and demonstrates effective leadership, management skills and a dedicated and tenacious attitude. She has over 15 years experience in overseeing workplace experience, connecting effectiveness, technology, space planning and strategy change consultancy to services to create flexible, fit for purpose workspaces. Her experience includes private and public sectors… Read more »

Michael Baumgart

With over 20 years of experience in the facilities management, energy management, property and project management sectors, Michael has worked to deliver facilities and property solutions to a large number of Irish, UK and multinational organisations across EMEA and APAC. He is skilled at solutioning for IFM, FM, and Hard & Soft Services Maintenance, strategically… Read more »

Peter Brogan

An influential Research specialist with unique experience and a sustained record of success in both the public and private sectors. Extensive background in diverse service organisations, managing complex research projects from inception to completion. I am the Head of Research and Insight managing the research, insight and information that will position IWFM as the voice… Read more »