Digital workplace masterclasses in London, New York and Utrecht in March

26 February 2014 by

Synopsis: There are more and more examples of digital workplace programmes being used to transform how organizations work. But most companies have neither a responsible department nor an integrated strategy. In the workshops listed below the Digital Workplace Group’s senior experts will explain the strategies behind successful efforts at large organizations and provide a strategic planning checklist.

Digital workplace masterclasses from DWG

London Masterclass: Wednesday, March 5th

This 90-minute session will take place during a Digital Workplace Group member meeting. DWG member meetings bring together intranet and digital workplace teams from large organizations to share successes and discuss challenges in an interactive, confidential setting.

  • Time: 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM (GMT)
  • Location: Private (given to confirmed attendees only)
  • Presenters: Elizabeth Marsh, DWG Head of Research and Chris Tubb, DWG Benchmarking Lead
  • Cost: Free to DWG members; three no-fee guest spots available for qualifying organizations

How to register for London

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DWG Members:

Members of the DWG Member Forum can sign up on the private member extranet
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Guests:

Call (+1 866-903-0232) or
email Nancy Goebel

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New York City Master Class: Thursday, March 13th

This 90-minute session will take place during a Digital Workplace Group member meeting.

  • Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM (EDT)
  • Location: Private (given to confirmed attendees only)
  • Presenters: Paul Miller, DWG CEO and Julie Lakha, DWG Head of Consulting
  • Cost: Free to DWG members; three no-fee guest spots available for qualifying organizations

How to register for New York City

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DWG Members:

Members of the DWG Member Forum can sign up on the private member extranet
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Guests:

Call (+1 866-903-0232) or
email Nancy Goebel

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Utrecht Master Class: Monday, March 17th

This 90-minute session is part of the pre-conference for the 2014 Intranet Congres in Utrecht, Netherlands. All attendees will receive a free copy the book The Digital Workplace: how technology is liberating work, written by DWG CEO and Founder, Paul Miller.

  • Time: 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM (CET)
  • Location: Polar Media Plaza 2.0, Jaarbeurs Utrecht Hall 6, Croeselaan 6, 3521 CA UTRECHT
  • Presenters: Paul Miller, DWG CEO and Elizabeth Marsh, DWG Head of Research
  • Cost: Free to DWG members; three no-fee guest spots available for qualifying organizations

How to register for Utrecht

Visit the Intranet Congres registration page


The future is here, it’s time to catch up

Digital is at the heart of organizational transformation in our current era. While it is often the external digital initiatives that attract the most attention, many organizations are starting to realize the potential of digital transformation that begins from the inside out.

This is the digital workplace programme and it is being used to fundamentally transform organizations and develop new ways of working. However, many organizations are entering this transformational era with little or no idea of how it will impact their operations, let alone a plan on how to leverage the potential benefits and avoid pitfalls.

In this master class we guide you through a checklist for setting up the digital workplace programme in your organization – with examples and insights from DWG’s research and an opportunity to discuss challenges and approaches within the group.

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