Transitioning Your Intranet to a Digital Workplace
February 2 - 4, 2016 in Atlanta
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Tuesday, February 2 • 1:15pm - 3:15pm
WORKSHOP C: Moving From Frustration To Effective Collaboration – Learning To Avoid The Top 7 Mistakes Of Transitioning To A Digital Workplace
C5 Insight

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 Collaboration as we know it has changed dramatically over the years, as a digital transformation takes place within our organizations. In fact, it wasn't that long ago that we had to make a concerted effort to connect with one another; now that same effort is required to disconnect.  So why do organizations continue to struggle to connect and engage with employees, customers and partners?


According to Gartner, 80% of social collaboration efforts fail to meet expectations. If we have the tools, the technology, and the will, then why aren't we doing a better job with connecting and collaborating within our organizations? 


This interactive workshop will tackle issues with social collaboration and more, taking an in-depth look into why digital workplace initiatives often fail to meet expectations. You’ll be asked to brainstorm and discuss how changes in your approach to interacting with employees can lead to enhanced user adoption, improved employee engagement, increased productivity, and a lasting, successful digital transformation within your organization


Learn how to successfully connect with your employees and bring social collaboration to life in

your organization, including how to:


  • Manage the unavoidable technological changes taking place in your organization
  • Overcome and avoid common digital workplace mistakes being made by other organizations
  • Implement the right technology to enable, rather than inhibit, your digital workplace success
  • Transform your thinking and begin to practice employee-centric planning to leverage social collaboration every day


Curtis Hughes, Co-Founder & Managing Partner

C5 Insight

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Curtis Hughes

Co-Founder & Managing Parter, C5 Insight
Curtis Hughes is a consultant, coach, speaker, and author, as well as a Co-founder and Managing Partner of C5 Insight, a management consulting firm that helps organizations work together better. Curtis has nearly 20 years of experience consulting with businesses and government agencies... Read More →

Tuesday February 2, 2016 1:15pm - 3:15pm EST
Alliance Room, lobby level Renaissance Atlanta Midtown

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