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by Phil Mennie
This session is a case study about how PwC implemented Spark, PwC's Enterprise Social Platform.
This session will focus on:
* How PwC implemented Spark
* How Spark is helping to transform PwC
* Driving adoption across the PwC network
* Addressing risk and governance
– and remain relevant – in an organisation with a social intranet:
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
Barclays Bank is one of the two Intranet Innovation Platinum Award winners in 2013. They created a mobile intranet which is targeted at frontline staff in branches. MyZone’s rich mixture of content and functionality has played a major part in achieving a 50 per cent decline in customer complaints about staff’s product knowledge, as well as a 22 per cent rise in employee engagement.
Dave will present this mobile intranet with focus on:
At ING they wanted to build an Enterprise Social Network with the user at its heart; they wanted it to serve and engage their employees and they wanted their input throughout its development. The result is Buzz; a global Enterprise Social Network with over 50,000 members and 600 communities.
The challenge to make Buzz useful and engage employees goes on.
25th–27th February 2014