The Future of Work

The Future of Work

2021thu12aug7:00 pmthu8:00 pmThe Future of Work7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Event Details

Future of Work panel


COVID has redefined not only the way we work but also how we lead the organizations. We’ve seen how flexible work arrangements contribute to a thriving culture that motivates productivity and innovation.

Join us at OPEN Boston’s “FUTURE OF WORK” event on Thursday, Aug 12th at 7pm EST for a series of talks focused on the future of work, accessibility, inclusion, and collaboration in the workplace place post-pandemic.

Get insights into how corporations are changing office norms and adopting new policies for the better, including tactical tips on how you can apply those in your organization.



  • “Work from Home, from the Office, or Hybrid? How do you determine the right work arrangements for your employees?” by Mario Moreira
  • “Thriving in a Remote Work Environment Now and into the Future” by Tom Colatosti
  • “How to Thrive in Disruption” by Henna Inam

Speakers for this event

  • Henna Inam

    Henna Inam

    Board Director, C-Level Exec Coach, Author and Speaker

    Henna Inam is an executive coach, global speaker and the author of the book Wired for Disruption. A 20-year veteran of Fortune 500 companies she has seen first-hand the pressures of leading in times of disruption. Her book details the five shifts in agility and 15 Agility Accelerators (tools and practices) to help activate our innate agility and be a force for good in times of disruption. Her neuroscience-based research shows that agility is already built into our DNA. In the book, she shares how these shifts are within our control and promote well-being to help us thrive in the future of work. Together, we can create workplaces and a world that work better for all.

    Board Director, C-Level Exec Coach, Author and Speaker

  • Mario Moreira

    Mario Moreira

    Principal Consultant, Author, and Education Advisor at Emergn

    Mario is an Enterprise Agile consultant helping companies achieve better business outcomes by increasing customer value, optimizing speed of delivery, and increasing quality. He coaches and educates executives, management, project and portfolio managers, scrum masters, and product owners, and small to large distributed teams in business and Agile mindset, concepts, methods and practices. Mario specializes in transforming enterprises to Agile, bringing cutting edge concepts and practices to help companies gain business benefits that Agile brings. He has led Agile in such organizations as Fidelity Investments, CA Technologies, Walmart, Vistaprint, and over a dozen others. Mario is the Author of several business and technology books including The Agile Enterprise: Building and Running Agile Organizations, Being Agile: Your Roadmap to Successful Adoption of Agile, Adapting Configuration Management for Agile Teams, Software Configuration Management Implementation Roadmap, and Agile for Dummies. He writes regularly for his Agile Adoption Roadmap blog at Mario has spoken at multiple conferences and seminars around the world including Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, UK, Sweden, and the US.

    Principal Consultant, Author, and Education Advisor at Emergn

  • Tom Colatosti

    Tom Colatosti

    President and CEO at Oasis Systems

    Tom Colatosti is CEO of Oasis Systems, a $500 company that delivers mission-critical technologies in cybersecurity-cyber resiliency, cloud and information technology, agile software development, systems engineering, communications and network technologies and enterprise information services to the Department of Defense and Federal Agencies.

    Prior to acquiring Oasis, Tom was Founder and CEO of American Security Ventures, a firm that specialized in raising capital and managing acquisitions for Homeland Security and Biometric Industries. Tom was also CEO of Viisage Technology, which was a publicly traded security company notable for commercializing facial recognition technology.

    For more than 20 years, Tom held a number of senior finance and executive positions at Digital Equipment Corporation (now HP Corporation) including VP of Finance & Administration for the company’s $6 billion U.S. Field Operations and Vice President the company’s $2.0 billion and 5,000-person Federal Systems Group.

    Tom has served as director for a number public and private companies and faith based organizations. Tom was awarded a Bronze Star as Vietnam combat veteran with the 1st Infantry Division.

    President and CEO at Oasis Systems