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Top Picks: Gartner Digital Workplace Summit Sessions

The workplace of the future is becoming a reality faster than you think. While there seems to be a consensus about what that future should entail—more flexibility, greater support for mobility and increased employee engagement—employers are still learning to leverage technology effectively to drive real outcomes from their teams. That’s why ASG is attending the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit next week, September 24-25, in London. Attendees can visit our experts at Booth S6 to learn how ASG’s Workspaces solution can improve employee engagement and productivity by supporting a workforce distributed across offices and workstyles. Beyond exhibiting, we are excited to participate in the conversations about the current and future state of the digital workspace. Here are the sessions we’re most looking forward to.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Running a Compelling Digital Workplace Program—Monday, September 24, 13:15-13:45
Turning a digital workplace strategy into an operational, practical program is a complex transition. In this session, Nikos Drakos, Research VP at Gartner, will outline a step-by-step approach to link workplace investments to outcomes, engage with strategic stakeholders and prioritize options. He will also discuss how to build workplace capability roadmaps, measure impact and recalibrate the program based on results. Attendees can expect to learn about dealing with the pressure points at the intersections of technology and workplace culture.

Content is Everywhere and Growing – Regain Control and Use It to Your Advantage—Monday, September 24, 16:45-17:30
The number of content sources continues to grow, driven by “quick win” cloud solutions and “sticky” legacy platforms. Today’s organizations face a constant challenge to govern their content and derive maximum business value from it. In this session, Michael Woodbridge, Research Director at Gartner, will provide application leaders with strategy and technology options to bring order to the chaos they are facing and support compliance and digital transformation initiatives.

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The Strategic Role of Employee Communications in the Digital Workplace—Tuesday, September 25, 8:00-8:45
Employee communications are experiencing a renaissance as leadership teams focus on the value of meaningful engagement with their workforce. In this session, Mike Gotta, Research VP at Gartner, will discuss how modern and well-planned engagement efforts should place the employee at the center of the communication experience. He will provide attendees with a strategic framework to optimize personal value with the right business and cultural objectives, including a mix of use case examples.
 
Why Your Cloud Office and Digital Workplace Strategies Should Be One Strategy—Tuesday, September 25, 13:45-14:15
According to Jeffrey Mann, Research VP at Gartner, the best way to get value out of your cloud office investments (such as Microsoft Office 365 and Google G Suite) is to make them the cornerstone of your digital workplace initiative. In this session, attendees will learn why it’s important to devise one overarching strategy for driving innovation, agility and effectiveness in the workplace.
 
As the workplace of the future takes shape, businesses should evaluate tools and processes with an eye toward providing their employees with experiences that enable fast, comprehensive access to information. To learn more about digital work environments leading up to the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit, read how our Workspaces solution can enhance end user productivity and access.

 
Posted: 9/21/2018 8:29:57 AM by Rob Perry | with 0 comments
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