New research by workplace performance software, Nudge Rewards, shows a rather disappointing disconnect between workers’ perceived value of mobile and their employers’ ability to maximise its benefits in the workplace. The question then becomes, what exactly is needed to support a successful work-anywhere mobilised workforce?
Expert in enterprise technology, Dion Hinchcliffe, industry analyst, thought leader, and ZDNet columnist, tells MARGINALIA about the principles and practices behind successful digital workplace transformations, and what he expects the next developments to be in the future of work.
Established companies are reassessing their conventional approaches to talent. Nele Klepper, Client Service Partner & Global Marketing Lead at a-connect, describes the drivers, benefits, and challenges of the open talent economy. She also provides MARGINALIA readers with advice on how organisations can best engage freelancers.
Gloria Lombardi interviews Jeremiah Owyang, founder of Crowd Companies, to explore their newly-released report ‘The Corporate Innovation Imperative’. Owyang describes some of the most popular innovation practices that established corporations adopt to avoid being disrupted by emerging competition.
Bryan Schoening, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at ElevatePoint, believes that a successful intranet must provide a “comprehensive communication experience.” Here’s how.
The Lotus Awards are a revolutionary way to recognise companies with great cultures. There are no categories, no entry requirements, and it’s free to enter. In this interview, James Murphy describes why he created the awards, what sets them apart, and he shares his views on fostering a collaborative culture. MARGINALIA readers are, of course, encouraged to enter their company by the end of March.
In this interview, Richard Milnes, CEO of Zaptic, discusses how to enable digital operational excellence and close the gap between customers and frontline workers. He also encourages leaders and managers to consider the manifold benefits of building their digital work platforms with Business Process Management.
In this interview, the CEO of Shift*Base Research, Christine Overby, shares new methods and practical tips for developing leaders who can succeed in the digital age. Overby also invites MARGINALIA readers to attend ‘Building Digital Leadership Superpowers Within Your Org’ on 28th March in London.
Understanding employee behaviour around their use of content and comms is essential for companies requiring ROI from their internal endeavours. Collecting and analysing the data can be daunting, but decision-making suffers without accurate information. Bethany Garland is building graphical analytics reporting into mHub’s employee engagement app, and explains the impact of meaningful data.
How can organisations adapt to change and help employees to keep learning and developing? Susanne van der Velden created Team up, a digital workplace tool that combines collaboration and e-learning, and knows a thing or two about innovation after her many years of academic studies.
Internal communications agency, AB, reveals the key findings from its new study into mobile applications. It draws valuable conclusions about employee communications across a diverse workforce. Find out more in this interview with Amy Hegarty, Communications Consultant at AB.
How can the workplace be more inclusive? Why must diversity matter to business? Ori Chandler, Managing Director at OUTstanding, a corporate members network for LGBT+ leaders, their allies and next generation leaders, talks to Gloria Lombardi about the bottom-line benefits.
In a quest for deeper understanding about internal communications, enterprise software provider, Signet, has launched a survey to identify best practices. In this interview, Director of Creative Services, Neil Rieger, invites people to take part in the research, and shares his views on the latest trends in employee communications.
Karen Rivoire defines herself as a cause related, human capital pioneer. In this interview, Rivoire shares her views on the new ways of working that are emerging at the intersection between technology and humanity.
Gloria Lombardi discusses the freelance marketplace with Joseph Liu, a career change strategist and the host of the Career Relaunch Podcast. In this interview, Liu shares his views on new ways of working, the emergence of new team structures, and the impact of freelancing on relationship management.
One Paper Lane, a tech company, has missionary zeal, to treat our addiction for paper by prescribing a heavy dosage of digitisation. Gloria Lombardi speaks with Gaurav Mirchandani, the founder and CEO, about how he wants to “eliminate paperwork with happiness”.
Reliable and high performing technology is the cornerstone of a successful workspace according to Essensys, which has developed a platform for workspace companies that is available on demand, anywhere in the world. Gloria Lombardi interviews Essensys’ Chief Marketing Officer Stephen Eveleigh, to find out more.