for W3c validation
Melbourne – 16 November, 2016
Did you know that digitally mature workplaces are 26% more profitable than their competitors?
Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the way we work beyond purely operational efficiencies that lead to cost savings. Digital workplaces offer organisations and employees the opportunity to deliver real strategic benefits. To achieve the benefits and successfully transition there are 2 key elements: a clear vision and a well constructed implementation plan that also defines measures of success. How prepared is your organisation for the changing business landscape?
In this practical masterclass, Anne Bartlett-Bragg and Simon Terry will guide your development of a strategic plan for your digital workplace approach. Combining deep dives into practical use cases for your organisation with a workshop to develop your own personal strategic plan, this masterclass will put you in the position to lead and manage your workplace implementation to success.
This workshop is relevant to people in organisations looking to accelerate their existing digital workplace initiatives or for those at the start of their transition.
- Digital Workplace Trends – the current & future state
Anne & Simon will introduce topics, based on research and experience from their practice, to underpin the frameworks for developing a strategic approach.
- Collaboration Canvas
Simon will lead a session that builds the key elements towards your strategic plan.
- Demonstration of use cases
Anne and Jakkii will present practical examples of use cases in an interactive intranet context.
- Application of use cases
Simon will guide a session that consolidates the uses cases into your Collaboration Canvas.
Anne & Simon provide valuable insights into next steps to bring your strategic plan through to implementation.
Anne is the Founder and Managing Director of Ripple Effect Group. She specialises in the design and implementation of innovative communication and collaboration networks with enterprise social technologies. Anne continues to extend her PhD research in this field to assist organisations develop informed approaches to using new technologies and changing traditional models of working. Her recent research into digital capabilities will provide masterclass participants with a framework to review their models of workforce skill development in order to more effectively prepare them for the digital workplace.
Simon Terry provides consulting, advice, speaking and thought leadership to global clients through his own consulting practice, and as a Charter Member of Change Agents Worldwide, a network of progressive and passionate professionals, specialising in Future of Work technologies and practices. The focus of Simon’s practice is assisting organisations to transform innovation, collaboration, learning and leadership. Digital transformation and the future of work require purposeful, agile and collaborative teams, with all members able to lead responses to customer needs and market opportunities.
Simon is partnering with the Ripple Effect team in this Masterclass series to reinforce their joint commitment towards establishing successful Digital Workplaces.