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The digital workplace is a new mindset. It is holistic, forcing the organization, functions and people to think outside their own silos. It is space and time independent letting many people work when and where it is the most appropriate. It is an enabler, empowering people to express themselves and to take initiatives they could not previously do so easily. For some organizations, it has become a strategic asset reported at the highest levels of management.
These fundamental changes impact management, communication, HR, IT, customer service teams, and on and on. There are many obstacles to overcome before an organization can achieve an effective digital workplace.
This workshop will start with a short presentation on "Obstacles and Approaches" based on input from the 2014 Digital Workplace survey. We will then identify the obstacles that concern the workshop participants, and work though them collectively, sharing ideas and experiences We will draw guidelines and recommendations at the end of the workshop for your reference when you are back in your own digital workplace after the conference!
Jane will take the stage with Nina Sonne Nikolaisen (COWI) who will animate a lively Q&A session around new trends trends in the Digital Workplace. Nina will question her about the different topics covered in the most recent survey and invite the audience to join in with their questions.
Even people who are not in Copenhagen that day can participate through the Twitter wall.
This is your chance to find out what the worldwide community of digital practitioners who participated in the 2014 survey have to say about:
*Social collaboration and enterprise social networking, mobile, video and e-learning
*Business impact of the digital workplace on the organization
*Leadership involvement, strategy and decision-making, change management
*Impact of the DW on the physical workplace, preparation for the future workplace
The attendees and sponsors can show their intranets and digital workplaces.
Common introduction in Room: Denmark.
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
25th–27th February 2014