Sebastian Weston-Lewis on Computational Design and the Future of Work
19 Nov 2019
Sebastian Weston-Lewis, Computational Design Practice Lead at Brilliant Basics, discusses the future of work and how the world is changing both from the workforce and technology perspective. The discussion covers the role of live enterprise and computational design in brief.
Hosted by Anand Verma, European Head of Digital Services for Infosys and Founder & CEO of Brilliant Basics, Infosys’ Design Studios.
“Computational design allows to serve a tailored experience for every single user out there. The tailored experience reinforces that connection between the organization and the actual employees, consumers and users.” Sebastian Weston-Lewis
Sebastian and Anand are talking about the changing role of employees and their managers. Today do managers and organizations have to adapt to employees?
Anand is introducing three pillars that define employee experience: digital, physical and emotional.
Why Infosys Chairman is interested in driving the employee experience initiative?
Sebastian is talking about the challenges in implementing these three pillars.
Sebastian is explaining how the employee experience challenge is being managed with Infosys stakeholders
How better employee experience can provide better customer experience?
What are some of the misconceptions about the topic of employee experience and future work and also why do organizations get it wrong?
What is the design thinking led approach of what are the employee needs?
Sebastian is explaining computational design
Sebastian is talking about Infosys’ live enterprise concept.
The three principles of the sentient experience.
What are some of the Sebastian’s clients saying about employee experience?
Sebastian shares his perspective about how better employee experience leads to better outcomes for organization.
How can people find Sebastian online and learn more about the computational design practice?
Music by Ruhan Verma, 13-year-old upcoming Drummer and Producer