Jason Flynn

Principal – Modern Work & Security Global Black Belt, Microsoft
Jason Flynn

Biography

Jason has worked with Microsoft for over 15 years, as well as a stint as the CIO at Tourism Australia leading digital transformation, before returning to Microsoft as the Partner CTO for Technical Strategy. Since 2019 Jason has been working as Principal Global Black Belt in the Modern Work team across Asia Pacific, most recently leading engagements with early-adopter organisations of M365 Copilot & Generative-AI workplace impact strategies.

AI: The Impact on Meeting Culture

The amount of time people spend in meetings has increased 3x since 2020, according to a Microsoft Work Trend Index report (one of the premier global research surveys on work).

The data also shows that inefficient meetings are the number one productivity disrupter and typically, people will attend a 60-minute meeting for 2 minutes of insight with at least a quarter of participants never coming off mute. The problem isn’t meetings themselves, after all they’re how we often collaborate. The issue is meeting overload and how many of us are struggling to keep up, which impacts overall organisational productivity.

Generative AI (Gen AI) is changing this and helping us rethink the nature of meetings. Hear from Lucy Debono and Jason Flynn on Copilot for Microsoft 365 – the Generative AI tool that sits across Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams – and how it is impacting meeting culture and driving productivity gains.

Speakers

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Andrew Higgs

Regional Solutions Specialist Lead – Teams Rooms Asia: Australia, Asia-Pacific,...

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David Nemeth

David Nemeth

Video Conferencing Service Manager, InBuilding Technology - Large ”Big Four”...

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Hadeer Al Suhairy

Hadeer Al-Suhairy

Head of InBuilding Technology, Workplace Services & Contact Centres, Infrastructure,...

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Jason Flynn

Jason Flynn

Principal – Modern Work & Security Global Black Belt, Microsoft

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Lucy Debono

Director of the Modern Work Business Group for Microsoft ANZ

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