Why is sustainability critical to the future of work? How can employers and employees evolve practices and better themselves while also making a positive impact on society? Learn more from Engage International’s CEO and founder, James Murphy who shares insights into the topic. In this interview, he also tells MARGINALIA the vision of CISP – The Culture, Innovation and Sustainability Project.
In ‘The Strengths Book’, author Sally Bibb explores and explains why strengths matter at work, as opposed to weaknesses. In this interview, Bibb tells MARGINALIA how and why deepening your understanding of your strengths can lead to lasting performance improvement, fulfilment and engagement.
Following the merger between two businesses, the UK financial services group, Just, needed to unify its internal culture and identity in line with their new way forward. The modern corporate intranet, HQ, is their primary enabler of cultural engagement across 1,000 employees.
How do you ensure your organisation’s digital tools support your communication strategy? How do you weave existing channels into your strategy while being open to new technology? StaffConnect’s VP of Product and Customer Delivery, Ciara O’Keeffe, tells MARGINALIA about her approach to ‘AppSuccess’, describes the principles of community management, and shares her views on the future of mobile enterprise.
How do organisations design great employee experiences, to drive higher engagement? Learn more from Benefex’s CEO and founder, Matt Macri-Waller. In this interview, he tells MARGINALIA the mission of the OneHub platform, explains the company’s methodology around using ‘loops’, and shares his views on the use of emerging technology to make personalised recommendations at work.
Emerging technology such as robotics, AI, 3D-printed implants, and cloud computing, is radically transforming the medical profession. But how and to what extent? MARGINALIA spoke with Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan, Arjunvasan Ambigapathy, who has undertaken some critical analysis on the future of healthcare.
The annual internal communication conference from CIPR Inside returns on 1 November 2017, in London, and the theme is ‘Making it Count’. MARGINALIA spoke with Chair, Jenni Field, who offers a sneak peek of what to expect from the event. Field also shares some key findings from the CIPR Inside first ever research around the value that internal communications can bring to the organisation.
In her new book, ‘Embracing Progress’, Sophie Wade enthusiastically supports adaptation and advancement, providing readers with practical guidance on how to prepare for the future of work. MARGINALIA spoke with Wade to discuss the key priorities that organisations and individuals should focus on to make meaningful progress.
Igloo Software has unveiled a new approach to help organisations with their digital transformation journey. “Solutions as a Service” promises to be a forward-thinking move from the digital workplace solutions provider, delivering all the elements required for success, beyond just the software.
Adobe’s research into the future of work explores emerging work trends and identifies the actions companies should take to prepare for imminent change. ‘The Future of Work: More than a Machine’ offers concise insights and robust statistics.
There was a time when it was common to print a form, fill it in with a pen, and then scan it to save it back to the system. While most companies now use online forms of some kind, there’s still friction for the end-user if they have to save a document to their desktop first. A fully digital experience is better, and PDFfiller offers easy PDF editing in the cloud and full-featured form workflows to transform your ‘paperwork’.
The mobile employee engagement platform, StaffConnect, has launched a new e-book, ‘Can Technology Solve the Employee Engagement Crisis?’, which explores the drivers and factors that contribute to engagement in the modern enterprise. MARGINALIA spoke with VP of Marketing, Geraldine Osman, to discuss how organisations can bridge the engagement gap through the right use of strategy and technology.
Principality Building Society is connecting over a thousand employees across Wales and the borders with their new social intranet. After 14 years’ reliance on out-dated tech, the new platform provides a friendly place for staff to contribute and collaborate.
The adoption of AI demands a new way of thinking about technology, business development, and strategic execution. “If done correctly, the economic and productivity gains could be extraordinary,” says PwC’s AI Programme Leader, Rob McCargow. In this interview, he shares with MARGINALIA the key findings from their recent study. He points to the ethical matters that must be considered, and offers guidance to maximise your AI impact.
Machines are becoming embedded in every area of business, enhancing many operational processes. So what’s going to help people stay relevant at work? According to University of Virginia Darden School of Business Professor, Ed Hess, “the quality of the human component of the organisation” is very much needed. MARGINALIA spoke with Hess to discuss his new book, Humility Is the New Smart.
Which digital workplace tools create better employee experiences? What value can they deliver? And how can an organisation select the right tools for its situation? The Real Story Group has published the EmpEx 200 to explore the categories of digital tools while considering the employee experience. The chart showcases 200 tools that dominate the digital workplace experience. MARGINALIA spoke with founder Tony Byrne to find out what businesses can make of the chart and its underpinning research.
“In many cases the nature of jobs will change rather than disappear because of AI.” Euan Cameron is the first UK artificial intelligence leader at PwC. In the newly created role, he is responsible for AI across the UK firm, helping PwC itself and clients identify opportunities to embrace the shift to automation. MARGINALIA spoke with Cameron to explore PwC’s latest research, ‘UK Economic Outlook’, and his views on the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of jobs.
As part of its Document Cloud offering, Adobe has just launched the Adobe Scan app. Powered by artificial intelligence and automatic text recognition technology, the new mobile app promises to “re-imagine how we capture the world around us,” as Group Product Marketing Manager, Lisa Croft, puts it. MARGINALIA spoke with Croft to explore how Adobe Scan helps people capture and action the information around them on any device.
“Businesses need to reimagine how they organise themselves in order to leverage mobile technology trends.” Gary Topiol, Managing Director EMEA at the workplace performance company, Nudge Rewards, tells MARGINALIA how organisations can support a successful work-anywhere mobilised workforce and engage their customer-facing teams effectively. Topiol advocates for a rethinking of old organisational structures and processes. Plus, he points out the need to focus on the emotional connections with dispersed staff in a mobile, digital workplace age.
Igloo Software helps companies around the world transform their business with a digital workplace platform that brings teams and resources together to drive productivity and support a positive corporate culture. In this interview, Vice President of Marketing, Mike Hicks, shares the best practices to create a digital destination that helps an organisation to improve communication, collaboration, knowledge sharing and employee engagement.