As part of Digital Workplace Experience (DWX) 2018, we are thrilled to announce the call for entries for the 2018 Digital Workplace of the Year Awards.
The Digital Workplace of the Year Awards, produced by Digital Workplace Group and Simpler Media Group, publisher of CMSWire, celebrate those organizations and practitioners who have excelled at creating well-executed, high-performing digital workplace environments.
Submitting an entry will give you and your organization the opportunity to share your digital workplace achievements with peers and to gain global, industry recognition!
The Awards celebrate exceptional work undertaken by both organizations and individuals. The categories are:
And this year we have streamlined the process, allowing you to save your entry and return to it at a later date for completion.
We will announce all winners at Digital Workplace Experience 2018 (June 18–20, 2018 in Chicago).
The judging panel will be announced shortly.
The deadline to submit your entry is midnight (GMT) on April 30, 2018.
The entry and judgment criteria for these global awards are underpinned by the collective knowledge and experience of DWG research, benchmarking and expertise, plus CMSWire’s extensive industry insights.
Before you enter your organization or nominate an individual, please take note of the following:
Digital Workplace of the Year 2017Reading Cassady’s nomination for this award was like perusing the checklist for the ideal digital workplace leader. A hard-to-fault entry that impressed the judges on all criteria: from his tangible achievements within BNY Mellon as its Head of Digital Workplace, through to industry accolades such as topping DWG’s Digital Workplace Maturity leaderboard.
Strong performance across all the criteria for the award made BNY Mellon’s digital workplace a clear winner in the 2017 Awards. It was hard to fault the ambitious, business-focused strategy and the accompanying robust governance framework with its clear roles, groups and responsibilities. Their approach to user engagement also made an impression, with a range of approaches employed to ensure the user voice is at the heart of digital workplace developments.
BNY Mellon may have pipped them to the post for the Winner spot, but the Verizon entry nevertheless stood out. Not surprising, given that they managed to put a convincing dollar value on savings due to the intranet! The judges were universally impressed with the work done on demonstrating benefits and impact. They also noted some powerful personalization features, including contextual “smartboxes” in the search tool.
Based on evaluation from one of Digital Workplace Group’s benchmarkers, the Vodafone entry stood out for its broad, ambitious strategy, strong business case and comprehensive governance. This entry shone as a digital workplace built on solid foundations. Vodafone scored well above average on the business case and the judges were most impressed by the clear business rationale, employee-focus and impressive strategic-level governance.
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