Creating Team Bedrock to Make Meaningful Work

  • 27 Mar 2018
  • 6:45 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 135 W 18th St, 5th Floor New York, NY 10011
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Tuesday, March 27

Creating Team Bedrock to Make Meaningful Work

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People want to spend more time on meaningful work and with teams who are engaged in making that happen. Projects where people's skills and practice strengths are working well together to encourage people to learn, improve and thrive. However, we all get lost in the noise, speed and deliverables of the day to day work that we forget about why we are working on a project in the first place. This results in feeling purposeless, stressed, unhealthy and in a state of “sleepwalking”.

What if we could…

  • Create a project ecosystem that encouraged people to thrive?
  • Identify core practices to help people do the work that matters?
  • Define and practice "meaning" for self, team, project and business to support continuous learning and strategic clarity for all?

This presentation discussion will outline the characteristics of a Bedrock team and also look at:

  • Challenges in work today that block meaningful work
  • Practices to get multi disciplines performing well together and communicate meaning
  • Artifacts to communicate a project story and direction and sustain meaning
  • Your own practice plan to take into your projects to make meaningful work

Our Speakers

Dan Szuc is a co-founder and principal at Apogee and co-founder of Make Meaningful Work, as well as the co-founder of UX Hong Kong. He has been involved in the UX field for over 20 years, and has been based in Hong Kong for over 20 years. Dan has lectured about user-centered design globally. He has co-authored two books including Global UX with Whitney Quesenbery and the Usability Kit with Gerry Gaffney.

Jo Wong is a co-founder and principal at Apogee and co-founder of Make Meaningful Work, as well as the co-founder of UX Hong Kong. Jo grew up in multicultural Hong Kong with a Chinese-Burmese father and Chinese-Indonesian mother. Jo is passionate about the environment, political and economic systems and how we can live healthier and happier lives while not adversely impacting less fortunate people.

Hosted by

Lifion by ADP
135 W 18th St, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10011



Registration closes at 5pm ET on Friday, 3/23


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General Public (on sale 12 noon on Friday 3/9)


Event Admission ($10) + Annual Membership ($15)


Students (valid student ID required at check-in)

Free with admission: snacks, refreshments, networking opportunities, intelligent discussions, not-so-intelligent discussions, enlightenment, and inspiration.


Tuesday, March 27


Networking & Refreshments


Opening Announcements


Speaker Presentation and Q&A


Post-Event Networking


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Regular registration closes at 5pm ET on Friday, March 23 -or- whenever seating capacity is reached, whichever occurs first. Tickets can be transferred by sending a request to up until 48 hours before the event opening. Transfer requests received after this period may not be received or processed. Transferees will please bring the transferrer's registration confirmation in printed or digital form as backup.

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