KPMG leads Digital Future of Work hackathon

29 June 2022

By Tyler Shores



This month, the ThinkLab worked with KPMG for a two-day Future of Work hackathon, hosted by KPMG at their Ignition Centre in London:

“Timed to coincide with the United Nation’s (UN) World Creativity & Innovation Day, teams from KPMG, Microsoft, BP plc and the University of Cambridge Think Lab came together for a two-day KPMG ‘Digital Future of Work’ hackathon, focused on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal of `Decent work and economic growth’, which promotes full and productive employment and sustained, inclusive economic growth …

Select ideas were then taken forward to the two-day event hosted in London at KPMG’s Ignition Centre, where participants gathered to further develop and build a sustainable business model and finalize their prototype, before presenting their business cases to a panel of judges which included Roni Michael (Global Head of Innovation), Tom Koehler (Global Head of KPMG’s Citizen Developer Program) and Anna Harrison (Senior HR business partner) from KPMG in the UK, Liz Leigh-Bowler (Modern Work Product Lead) from Microsoft, Janak Mehta (Senior Vice President People Services + Solutions) from BP plc and Tyler Shores (ThinkLab Manager) from the University of Cambridge ThinkLab.”

For more information, see the full press lease from KPMG at the link below:…