Program wednesday, November 6
Join the morning run to prepare for a day of learning and networking. We will run about 25 minutes at a relaxed pace.
The conversation starts at breakfast. Have one or several cups of coffee and get a great start to the rest of the day.
Regulations like the GDPR and California’s CCPA hog all of the headlines, but businesses are currently experiencing an inescapable Global Data Privacy Revolution that is ultimately powered by a fundamental shift in consumer attitudes about data use and abuse.
Be prepared to go deeper than usual, and learn what it really takes to create a trusting, truly collaborative work culture, built upon strong human relations.
Without these basics in place, you will never be able to successfully drive any kind of change
How do we actually put the customer at the center of all our planning and activities?
In these times companies need to think more about what the customer wants and what will increase value for them…
In this talk, Kasia will explore cases studies of various leaders (CISO, CEO, Corporate Vice President) the stories they can tell based on the needs of the business and their strengths as a leader.
The journey from traditional old-school internal communications and why Arla decided to move away from a digital workplace to a newsdesk and corporate storytelling.
How did this go down, and how has this impacted the workplace?
To develop a global web strategy for Swiss Re is a complex task. We tackled the web strategy and website-relaunch in a systematic, user-centered and agile way and discovered the power of micro-moments.
We have moved from a “digital first” paradigm to a “mobile first” paradigm and now we are moving into an “AI first” paradigm. What does that really mean for the workplace of tomorrow?
I’m nudged about you. I said the words slowly and with a firm voice looking into the eyes of the female CEO. And even though my tenure was less than 3 weeks I could tell I got her full attention.
The dialogue untimely gave me a seat in the circle of trust, and kickstarted a series of small gentle mental pushes forcing corporate communication into all corners of the company.
We spent the first 15 years of the information age thinking it was all about tech. It wasn’t. And it isn’t. If you have been involved in any project or transformation process with the word digital involved, you know it: it's all about the people. And sometimes it’s mostly about the people that doesn’t want change, the dinosaurs.
What are practices that foster engagement and responsibility in a team? What are the challenges? Looking at the employee experience through the eyes of 3 different personas, the needs and expectations vary a lot
Today, everyone is a communicator and feels that they belong to different groups depending on their objectives - professionally and privately. Understanding the idea of teams, clans and tribes in communication can help to also transform the communication process.
To successfully navigate new challenges, organizations need to create a shared vision based on the new reality - one that supports and continuously reinforces new behaviours and new ways of thinking.
How do you really engage users in the short and long term?
What the difference between extrinsic motivation and intrinsic motivation and what tools to use, to get users to come back.
Join this session to get inspired about loyalty, engagement, motivation and gamification.
What’s the small feature that really makes the product way better? Is it a small design change, an elegantly engineered new piece of functionality or something else?
In this new contest, we celebrate the unsung heroes of the workplace: The small features that make all the difference.