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by Shel Holtz
Despite the fact that a great many companies have implement social software on their intranets, uptake among employees is low and satisfaction among both employees and leaders is lower. What are we doing wrong? In this session, Shel Holtz explores the requirements for successful adoption of a social intranet. You'll learn why...
* Integration of social software with other parts of the intranet is a must, starting with including the activity stream on the home page
* Leadership must play an active role in order to build emotional capital
* Culture change that moves employees away from email must accompany a move to internal social media
by Sam Marshall
Creating a digital workplace takes more than simply adding extra functionality around your intranet. It is an opportunity to re-think how work gets done inside your organisation. Based on first-hand experience of creating digital workplace strategies for large organisations, this presentation will talk through the practical steps involved in developing a digital workplace plan.
* What's the opportunity for the digital workplace?
* What's just hype?
* Bringing coherence to islands of intranets, Yammer, documents and databases Where to start when
you can't do everything at once?
* Why your roadmap won't be like anyone else's Management and culture – a digital workplace
by Sarah Haase
Has your SharePoint implementation gone rogue? Do you suffer from uncontrollable site sprawl and a lack of business user/site owner knowledge? Do you want to implement a stronger governance model, but aren’t sure how to get started?
This session examines how one company is changing the course of its SharePoint implementation. Gone are the days of unchecked site growth and using SharePoint as just an online file repository. The new focus is on best practices, granular data management, workflow automation, using SharePoint as a business process re-engineering tool and documenting ROI (return on investment). We are building an array of knowledgeable site owners and site collection administrators that understand the depth and breadth of SharePoint’s feature set so they can guide business users through decisions on when and how to build their sites/site collections.
This session outlines:
* Where we came from and how we evolved our vision of SharePoint success
* The opportunities and challenges that come from working in an innovation-focused environment
* How a few individuals with some “different” ideas can change the landscape
* How we built our plan for change and achieved management and business user buy-in
You will leave this session with a clear understanding of where we started and how we’re changing our trajectory. You’ll also walk away with tips and tricks for completing this type of metamorphosis in your own organization.
25th–27th February 2014