Category Archive: Events

Uncovering the Hidden Social Business Networks in your Workplace – CeBIT Australia, 5th May, 2015

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Ripple Effect Group will be at the Social Business Conference on Tuesday 5th May at Sydney Olympic Park – use our promo code for a $100 discount.

Digital Disruption in Professional Services – Round Tables

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Register to attend one of our round table sessions in Melbourne (28th April), Sydney (7th May) and virtually (14th May).

The Australian Government Workplace Design Strategy – 12th May, 2015

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The Australian Government workplace structure is changing and now is the time to implement a new cohesive, advanced and fluid office structure that will enhance performance and collaboration.

Photos from Being Digital in Financial Services

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Thank you to everyone who participated in our financial services networking event last night.

Being Digital Inside Financial Services - 3rd March, 2015

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A networking event for financial services about the future of work, featuring guest speaker Rebecca Slingo
from Suncorp Group.

Euan Semple Workshop “The Future of Work: Online Leadership, Influence & Measurement”

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Please register¬†on our Eventbrite page. One of the pioneers of the use social technologies in business, Euan Semple now helps people make the best use of these tools in improving their lives and… Continue reading

Sitrion Talk: The Social Advantage – user generated content

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Upcoming Event
When: Friday 7 November, 2014
7 am – Sydney time
Why not start your day with a discussion about user-generated content?

Mobile Learning: the Potential, the Pitfalls and the Perils

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Upcoming event hosted by AITD (Australian Institute of Training and Development).

Tue 16th September 2014 6 – 8pm
Where: Karstens – 111 Harrington Street, Sydney
Mobile learning has the potential to disrupt our traditional methods of training delivery.

Why your next research insights will come from wearable tech

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A snapshot of our Sydney Design workshop, exploring how the future of research will be led by wearable technology.

Empathy & Technology: the odd couple

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Recently, understanding empathy has shifted our perspective on the use of technology and can help make products and services more useful, effective and intuitive.