Thursday, February 11
US/Eastern from 12 :25 PM to 12 :55 PM ( 30 mins )
[Panel Discussion] Digital Workplace Trajectories Post-2020: Comparisons, Insights and Predictions
In the 2020 State of the Digital Workplace study, organizations reported marked advancements in implementing digital tools to support newly remote workforces. Regardless of readiness most organizations had no choice but to leap into new ways of working, communicating and managing their teams and projects. Having closed the year, we’ll speak with a panel of leaders of organizations that have made major advances in their digital workplaces from the start of 2020 to its finish, and gain insights into their DW trajectories for 2021 and beyond. Moderated by Sarah Kimmel, VP of Research at Reworked/CMSWire, panelists will discuss:
Thursday, July 15
US/Eastern from 11 :45 AM to 12 :10 PM ( 25 mins )
[Keynote] Re-Energize Your Workforce
The workplace has changed. Most companies have a mix of employees working in physical office locations and others working remotely. As employers begin to reopen the physical office and invite employees “back to work”, the one constant isn’t so much change. It’s opportunity.
What opportunities can you see in digital transformation? With the right technology to re-energize your workplace, you can reset expectations to a new way to work, and a new way to communicate with the workforce.
Today, most companies are traditional with their internal communications methods in that communications are mostly “top down”. But as we look to re-energize the workforce, what if we enabled employees to communicate with their colleagues? They have knowledge and experience to share. As they do, they also have the opportunity to develop their personal brands.
Why should you help your employees develop their personal brands?
Join Gregg Apirian and Greg Monaco as they help us reimagine what two-way communications can look like and how it can help employees build their personal brands.