Loading
Matthew Taylor CBE

Matthew Taylor CBE

Chief Executive, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) and author of ‘Good work: the Taylor review of modern working practices’

Who is Matthew Taylor CBE?

Matthew Taylor has been Chief Exec of the RSA since 2006. He has blogged over 1,200 times on topics ranging from policy, politics, public service reform and cultural theory to the RSA itself.

Prior to his current role Matthew was Chief Adviser on Political Strategy to the Prime Minister. He was the Director of the Institute for Public Policy Research between 1999 and 2003, has written numerous articles, and is a regular panellist on Radio 4’s Moral Maze.

He's also the author of the government commissioned report, 'Good work: the Taylor review of modern working practices'.

What is the RSA?

For over 260 years the RSA (Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) has built a powerful network of people who are dedicated to enriching society and shaping the future through ideas and action. Today their work focuses on supporting innovation in 3 major areas; creative learning and development, public services and communities and economy enterprise and manufacturing. 

What is Matthew talking about at Innovation Day 2019?

Rethinking work in a digital age: the key questions reward directors need to ask today

The how, what and where of work is changing yearly due to rapid technological and digital developments. Therefore, the decisions employers make today will impact on their workforces for years to come: for good or bad. In a world of increasing transparency, data and automation - clear, well thought through values and purpose are crucial to avoid damaging the employer brand. In this keynote session Matthew Taylor CBE, author of 'Good work: the Taylor review of modern working practices’ will examine what these shifts mean for future-facing reward and benefits strategies. 

  • Technology in the workplace: it's neither good nor bad, it’s what you do with it that matters 

  • The rise of scheduling platforms and working to demand 

  • Moving towards pay-streaming and pay-as-you-earn in real time 

  • The importance of lifelong learning, developing personal digital portfolios and taking control of your individual employability brand 

 

Sessions

Agenda

Register

Why Sponsor?

Connect with fellow delegates

Why Attend?