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With a background in online collaboration, communicative technologies and working out loud (WoL), Mike Fraietta was tasked with running BNY Mellon’s new intranet programme and encouraging its 50k+ employees to better connect to their tasks, to each other and to content. He talks to Paul Miller about the unusual approach to user migration; the challenges and triumphs of the programme; and the highs and lows of WoL.

Listen to Episode 34 –  Creating unified employee experiences at BNY Mellon

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