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.
Gloria Lombardi interviews Paolo Tosolini who will speak at the IntraTeam Event Copenhagen 2017 about the use and benefits of immersive technology inside the workplace. VR and AR have the potential to create engaging internal communications through immersive storytelling.
The ‘Sodexo Echo’ employee app saved the food services and facilities management company significant outlay by increasing staff retention. Results show that Sodexo Canada got a clear return on their investment in the app.
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.
Perkbox is on a mission to help companies create tangible links between happiness and productivity. Their digital platform provides a unique mix of perks, rewards, and wellness features to motivate and retain employees. Gloria Lombardi speaks with Chief Operating Officer, Gautam Sahgal, to find out more.
In today’s transparent, social saturated world, employee brand ambassadors are more powerful than ever. Leadership and communication skills are crucial to engaging employees and, through them, consumers. A recent event by Ketchum Change, in partnership with The Employee Engagement Alliance, explored the latest Ketchum Leadership Communication Monitor research – a global study that looks in depth at the specific attributes of successful leaders and leading corporations.
The value of corporate memory has never been in doubt, but how can it be nurtured and retained during a time of exponential technological change? Especially when employees change roles frequently, and contractors come and go. Elisa Steele, CEO of Jive, spoke about these challenges at a breakfast event in London, to shed light on how to ensure that memory does not walk out of the door when employees leave.
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.
Oblong Industries, the creator of an immersive visual collaboration solution called Mezzanine, is convinced that Infopresence – a term that describes the experience of being immersed as a group in your vital content and data in a room or across locations – represents the future of work. Gloria Lombardi speaks with VP EMEA Mary Ann de Lares Norris to find out more.
Green Hat People design interactive business games and workshops. Installed as apps on smartphones and tablets, they trigger collaboration that ensures attendees are highly engaged in workshops, team building activities and business games.
Imagine working alongside robots that could roam around offices and factory floors. It’s not the stuff of sci-fi, but a reality. Magazino is a tech company which develops and builds perception-controlled, mobile robots named TORU, which are designed to navigate freely and dynamically amongst a human workforce.