#e20dwd Meetup Talk 003: Principles & Values of Good Leadership in times of Uncertainty & Crisis

So tonight we have another virtual meetup talk of our #e20dwd initiative "Digital Work Disruption". This is a two-weekly meetup of thought leaders in the field of Enterprise 2.0, Digital/New Work and Digital Transformation that discusses the recommendations and implications of the recent disruption of the workplace with the on-going Corona virus…
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Recommendations for the transition towards a distributed mode of working - a first conclusion.

In addition to our regular online discussions we have collected the different views and recommendations of our experts on how to drive the instant transition towards a distributed mode of working in single interviews that have been published in the "#e20dwd Interview Series" section of our website. In this blog post I have put together some…
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It's all about ... Exploring the Digital Work Disruption with Covid-19

The world of work has been shaken - from the spreading of the Corona virus and the Covid-19 illness to the disruptive situation with the the goverment measures of containment and delay as well as lock/shut-down. Besides all the negative impacts and consequences of stopping consumption, production and trade - the lock-down also has a positive…
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Digital Workplace as Engagement Hub for the Employee Experience Strategy in 2019

We are approaching the holiday season and everything seems to slow down. Everybody is looking backwards as well as forward to next year's predictions and trends. This year has brought many changes to the Digital Workplace discussions - with Microsoft's Office 365 and the establishment of productivity tools dominating the discussions, with…
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Short Note about the End of Social & Bringing Back the Work Support into Future of Work!

Derived from a discussion initiated by Isabel de Clercq on Linkedin we are discussing the several arguments for the establishment of social technology and digital workplace approaches in the enterprise.
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Lou Taylor: For knowledge sharing to be successful you need engaged people, processes and tools! #entdigi #eds18

As a preparation for the upcoming Enterprise Digital Workplace SUMMIT in London we are happy to publish another interview with one of our speakers. This week's answers to our questions are coming from Lou Taylor, director of knowledge management at the information and business intelligence company Bureau van Dijk.
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Mike Blair: When implementing a new way of working, a change in behaviour and in culture is required! #eds18 #entdigi

Next in line for our interview series with our speakers at Enterprise Digital Workplace SUMMIT is Mike Blair. Mike is the SharePoint expert at Charles Taylor, a service provider for the global insurance markets. He has recently started an Intranet relaunch and will share his lessons-learned on his journey from an old-style comms tool to a modern working environment.
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Matt Bywater (EDF Energy): Technology, Process & People - don’t under estimate the amount of time, cost and effort that is required to get the process and people part right! #entdigi #eds18

The preparations for the Enterprise Digital Workplace SUMMIT are in full swing. In order to prepare the discussions we are starting off with some speaker's interviews within the next weeks. For the beginning we are happy to present the answers of Matthew Bywater, Digital Workplace Specialist at EDF Energy.
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Re(de)fining the Modern Digital Workplace & Employee Experience Strategy

In my last post I stated that the "re-thinking and re-designing of the organisation for the digital age" has come a long way but still needs further refinement regarding to the strategic recommendations. The key challenges are still the change of mindset, the individual adaptation of new forms of working as well as the change of the overall…
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Enterprise Digital SUMMIT 2018: Exploring the Digital Transformation of the Organisation for 10 Years!

The Enterprise Digital SUMMIT is turning into its 10th year of discussion the challenges, recommendations and lessons-learned for transforming the way of working and organizing the enterprise for the digital age. We are therefore very excited to announce the next steps for the conference - with two differently flavoured events in June and November in London!
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