Caroline Burns

Caroline Burns

The way we come together and work in the digital age is being revolutionised. This presents organisations with an immense opportunity to improve performance and create strategic advantage.
They should look to Asia for early-influencers of socio-economic and tech change.

Caroline partners with global Clients to envision business and workforce scenarios in the digital age and identify and optimise opportunities to transform people’s experience of work+place. Her doctoral research into the relationship between business outcomes, company resources and head offices underscored the importance of avoiding a “one size fits all approach” to solving Client problems; she believes organisations are ecosystems and the impact of seemingly small changes can vary widely from one organisation to another.

Having over 25 years business leadership experience across Asia Pacific, Caroline’s strategic perspective is valued by Clients, colleagues, and young industry leaders who she enjoys coaching and learning from. She is a registered mentor and MCR faculty, and past global Board Director with CoreNet Global, the leading professional association for corporate real estate leaders. Caroline is a regular source for media interviews and events and writes regularly on issues related to the future of work and workplace.
Caroline brings this leadership experience, reputation, deep industry knowledge and passion to her role as Managing Director and Founder of Workplace Revolution, whose purpose is to help organisations recognise that an intelligently created workplace is a powerful business tool for supporting employee engagement, productivity and effectiveness. This outcome is rarely due to luck; it results from business-centric strategic thinking, challenging assumptions and learning by doing.

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August 11, 2021
The definition of leadership today needs to be embellished with design thinking and creativity to create a lasting impact in our businesses, society, and the new world order. Professionally, individuals need new sets of skills and a much broader perspective to be successful.