Based on the popularity of the 2018 Conference, we will be repeating these THREE tracks:
Thought Leadership: Soft skills for the Digital Workplace with thought-provoking content and new ways of working.
Business Productivity: Content for IT Pros, Developers and Power Users to gain skills and knowledge.
Implementation: Information for organisations to decide why, when and how to implement the myriad of productivity tools available.
Case Study sessions will be interspersed among these tracks. The Digital Workplace opens up changes to the way we work, how and where.
Technologies Content – Microsoft Teams (and Groups), PowerApps, Flow, Power BI, OneDrive, Microsoft Forms, SWAY, Skype for Business, Azure, Yammer, CRM, OneNote, Office 365, many 3rd party tools and our usual awesome line up of SharePoint content.
People and Productivity Content – Digital Competencies, Training, Deep Listening and 21st Century Skills, Economic Messaging, Change and Knowledge Management, Governance, Information Architecture, Collaboration, User Adoption, Activity Based Working, Mobile and Paperless Workforce.
The content is suited to business people, managers, CIOs, executives and end users. There is also content for Technical roles (IT Pros, Developers and Hands On Power Users) to learn the how and why of many Office 365 (and SharePoint) apps
If you are someone who sees the Digital Workplace as something to improve the way you work, increase your team’s productivity and deliver better results – come and learn how.
If you are interested in speaking at this event, please submit topics here (closes 1 February 2019).
The agenda will be posted at the end of February 2019.
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