18.04.2019

Lessons from past applied to the future

For a 100-year-old company like Beca, what are some key lessons to keep up with the pace and impact of innovation that will be crucial for moving into the next century?

Laurent Sylvester, Chief People and Culture Officer at Beca sums it up by saying, "We have always been innovative, what’s changing is the pace of innovation – so culture has a huge part to play in how we actively cultivate innovation at the workplace.

Our unique blend of expertise, creativity and a common belief helps drive different parts of our business together to deliver innovative solutions that add value to projects we deliver. Part of promoting an innovative culture also means we focus on solving problems that deliver a new and better outcome for clients."

Stephen Witherden, Beca's Technical Director Software Engineering adds, “We continually challenge ourselves to look at how a change through innovation is going to make everyday better.”

Listen in to our thought leaders in this Techweek19 panel discussion as they share more of their learnings and experiences around innovating to deliver better outcomes for the future.

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