Amsterdam, July 18, 2017 — Employee engagement has a direct impact on employee branding, an engaged employee will always praise his company and its achievement and can become a brand ambassador.
Companies increase their efforts to better understand the reasons beyond employee engagement. Although multiple tools can be used ranking from basic surveys to sophisticated games or applications, not many companies combine their findings with HR data about employee absenteeism, turnover rate and other data to gain a deeper insight about employee engagement trends. Predictive analytics can also help companies determine the source of hire sources, evaluate the ROI of employees and optimise the hiring process.
The Employee Engagement conference organised by marcus evans on the 27th-29th of September, 2017 in Amsterdam will provide a pan-European insight in employee engagement and its development. It is a unique opportunity for Employee Engagement specialists and Human Resources Experts to discuss the challenges of engaging employees. Practical cases will be presented to highlight the link between employee engagement and the organisational performance, the impact of internal communication, leadership and organisational culture on employee engagement. This conference will also explore the means by which we can guarantee employee engagement through the entire employee life cycle and turn it into employee experience.
Attending this premier marcus evans conference will enable you to:
Improve the employer branding and communicate about the company’s values to the employees
Put the company’s culture at the service of employee engagement
Create a sense of belonging among the employees
Use predictive analytics to improve employee engagement
Maintain employee engagement after a M&A or a strategic transformation
About marcus evans Group:
marcus evans specialises in the research and development of strategic events for senior business executives. From our international network of 63 offices, marcus evans produces over 1000 event days a year on strategic issues in corporate finance, telecommunications, technology, health, transportation, capital markets, human resources and business improvement.
Above all, marcus evans provides clients with business information and knowledge which enables them to sustain a valuable competitive advantage and makes a positive contribution to their success.
An opportunity for women in all industries to advance their careers through greater technological acumen.
New York, NY; June 5 , 2017 – TechUp Events LLC (TU) launches a trailblazing tech executive development conference, Tech Up For Women, to be held on November 14, 2017 at The Metropolitan Pavilion West in New York City. This cutting edge conference provides an opportunity for women in all industries to hear and learn from top leaders, researchers and influential women in the fields of technology. The Tech Up for Women will provide a powerful forum for women to jump start and advance their careers through a better awareness of current trends and disruptive technological advances, understanding of cybersecurity, coding, femtech, raising capital and hands on product demonstrations.
On-site vendors will provide attendees access to current and future advances in technology. The goal being to get women more comfortable using technology, thereby creating advancement into critical tech leadership roles across a broad range of industries. Achieving greater success through technology will strengthen the pipeline of women in corporate leadership roles.
Tech Up for Women is committed to raising awareness about the vital importance of technology to women’s advancement and accelerated development in business. Tech Up for Women is a one-day executive development tech conference that offers women the opportunity to learn from prominent leaders who will share their research, experiences, and perspectives on how women can harness their strengths and achieve their future goals through technology. The event will educate women and further create gender balance through tech extended knowledge and expertise.
“Attending Tech Up For Women is great exposure to the latest technological industry advances in today’s corporate environment. Attendees will be introduced to resources that will give them a leading edge enabling them to be more strategic and achieve optimal results in their companies”, said Kathy Murray, Executive Forum Angel Investor and Tech Up Events Advisory Board Member.
With tech jobs thriving in the United States and the digital community is at an all-time high. While 56% of the workforce are women and 55% of Twitter and Facebook users are women – only 28% of proprietary software jobs are held by women, 25% of IT jobs, 11% of women are executives at Fortune 500 companies, and only 5% of tech startups are owned by women.
“The conference will give women, in any industry, the opportunity to learn and see new products to impact performance management. It will provide women the chance to learn, expand personal development and create a stronger organizational culture by their increased technology knowledge,” said Felicia Watson, Managing Director of Corporate Learning Hub.
TU provides a one-day event, bringing in skill based trainers, panels to discuss the “how-to” from many different industries, keynote speakers that will provide keen insights and vendors who will offer attendees an opportunity to hands-on demo new products and services in the tech world.
Keynote Speakers will share how a basis in technology education has led them to a wide variety of career experiences. Their stories will show how technologies impact all of our work, now and on the horizon. Even more, the speakers discuss how to engage in FemTech and FinTech, even if our basic education has not been technology based.
TechUp Events LLC assist women in all industries through technology. TechUp For Women offers educational programs to inspire women to examine opportunities to effectively move forward in tech, find resources and advancement that they need.
About Corporate Learning Hub:
Corporate Learning Hub LLC provides renown faculty specialists which provide on-site training programs specifically designed to meet our clients needs and achieve desired results. CLH specializes in negotiation skill and tactical training for Sales, Supply Chain Management, Strategic Sourcing, Legal, Contract Negotiations, Construction, Diversity and Inclusion, Multi and Cross Cultural Relationships (both internally and externally), Leadership and Team Building, Culture for Success for Retention and Recruiting. CLH’s trainings are recognized as world renowned blueprints for skillful and successful training, providing guidelines and insights into the complex world of leadership, negotiations and diversity. Many of our trainers are multi-lingual.
- 79% of employees who were paid incorrectly identified the issue themselves
- Of those that were paid late, 88% perceived their employer negatively
- Around half (44%) of all respondents would consider leaving their job after being paid late
Today SD Worx, the global HR and payroll service provider, revealed that out of 4,000 employees surveyed, 44% had been paid late by their employers and 48% of those that had been paid late had also been paid incorrectly. The survey also revealed that 79% of employees that had been paid incorrectly identified the issue themselves and, on average, 44% respondents would consider leaving their jobs (41% in the UK) after been paid incorrectly, with 55% of German respondents considering leaving, and only 30% of French.
SD Worx conducted an independent online survey amongst employees in six different European countries, the UK, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany, to measure their opinions and experiences of receiving delayed and incorrect payment. The survey targeted employees working in organisations sized between 10 to 10,000 employees who had experienced a delay in payment from their employer, finding that employees in the Netherlands were most likely to be paid late (55%), followed by Germany (46%).
The delay in payment caused a predominately negative perception of employers from the employees that SD Worx surveyed. The majority (varying from 80% in Netherlands to 93% in Switzerland) of employees who experienced payment delays felt their perception of their employer had a ‘slight negative’ to ‘highly negative’ impact. In addition, surveyed employees thought that the reason for their late payment was predominately down to poor management (61% of UK respondents) or financially unstable employers (on average 33% in all countries).
Jan Van Mol, Head of Global Alliance at SD Worx, commented: “The results of this survey are shocking in regards to the impact that payroll error has on employee engagement. An increasing number of employees are becoming actively disengaged in their workplace due to late or incorrect payments, something that employers need to fix to ensure that their employees are have high morale and trust in the workplace”.
Alongside whether employees were paid late, SD Worx also asked whether employees had been paid incorrectly. The survey found that of the 44% that had been paid late, a total of 48% had also been paid incorrectly. Among those respondents, the UK is most likely to be paid incorrectly at 61%, with the Netherlands in second at 55%. Of the respondents that were paid late, over 80% of all employees (other than Austria) found the issue and notified their employer themselves.
The reasons for delayed payment varied for each country, with the main two reasons being “Late third-party payments impacting cash-flow” and “System error or outage”, combining for around three-in-five (57%) employees in all countries. In Austria, late third party payment was the cause of delayed payment for 50% of employees.
On average, employees experiencing a delay in payment were delayed between one-and-a-half and two weeks in all countries, except in Austria where the average delay was around three weeks. Payroll and HR is often overlooked as an essential aspect of an organisation, but SD Worx’s survey results emphasise the importance of ensuring that employers are paying their employees correctly.
As a leading European payroll and HR services provider, SD Worx provides a wide range of solutions to customers worldwide including payroll and HR, legal support, training, automation, consulting and outsourcing. Today, more than 63,000 large and small organisations across the globe rely on the more than 70 years of expertise that SD Worx has acquired.
SD Worx’s 3,900 employees operate in ten countries made up of Belgium (HQ), Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. SD Worx calculates salaries for about 4.25 million employees and recorded in 2016 a turnover of €397 million. SD Worx is the co-founder of the Payroll Services Alliance, a global strategic network of leading payroll companies whose members jointly handle 32 million salary calculations.
For a long period, Innovation is at the top of CXO agendas, yet many executives continue to be challenged with the hit-or-miss pace and results of their programs. The challenge isn’t usually a lack of good ideas. Initiatives take too long, non-strategic projects get green-lighted at the expense of game changers, good ideas remain confined in the heads of employees.
What is missing? A system of enablers that work together to support innovation. When the right people, processes, and metrics come together, they can transform how innovation happens, stimulate employees’ creativity, and create long-term competitive advantage.
Innovation is not inherently unpredictable, and it does not require a heavy portion of providence to be successful. When companies take a systematic approach, they can pursue innovation in a way that reliably generates repeatable results.
According to Management Guru, an innovation is the Buzz word that has defined the paradigm shift in the approach of management practices and thinking. This has helped organizations grow and sustain regardless of competitor and market pressure and challenges. Innovation management gives entrepreneurs the liberty to think out of the box and come up with new ideas leading to the development of new products, processes and services.
Change is unavoidable and change is the one that never changes. People like variety and it is the responsibility of business people to satisfy the customer wants and requirements. New approaches are required to avoid monotony and stereotyping. “Old wine in a new bottle” concept may come in handy when you feel that your product has reached the saturation point and about to decline in its life cycle.
Human Resources have not played a very strategic role in innovation so much. This needs to change. HR needs to support the culture change to enable innovation; and the upcoming generation isn’t going to settle for an ‘administrative-only’ role. Future of HR is definitely going to change for sure.
Many companies who are good at managing tangible, concrete, known assets, they try to manage humans the same way. These are changing a lot and if we get some opportunities to know how this is happening, I think there is no better place than Global HR Innovation and Strategies conference.
BCF Group is glad to announce that the applications for the Global HR Innovation and Strategies 2017 are now OPEN. This is an open invitation from BCF Group to be a part of this event in Barcelona, that will take place on the 22nd and 23rd of June.
At the event, you will have the opportunity to listen and to interact with top HR leaders and innovators.
Don’t miss the chance to get inspired from experienced HR speakers, who worked in some of the most successful companies and even founded their owns. Topics that will be discussed are of current interest that in the future will have impact on the companies, such as Millennials, Mobility, HR Digitalization, Gamification, Mobbing, HR role in the Boardroom and in the relation with the employees.
At the conference, you will also have the opportunity to interact will HR people and make new contacts, with which you can share experience.
More so than in any other industry, retail, e-tail and hospitality are utilizing HR technology in order to service large volumes of recruitment, whether it’ll be retail staff, waiters in the hospitality industry or STEM professionals to recruit, manage and retain staff. So much so there are dedicated apps created just for this industry that places talent acquisition professionals at the forefront of innovation in recruitment.
On the 11th May, talentleadersconnect. will be hosting one of our most popular sector-specific events, TLCon: Retail, E-tail & Hospitality giving 70 ‘Head of People/Talent, in-house recruitment, HR and talent acquisition professionals’ the opportunity to learn, share and network around a theme that is getting more and more important each year. The agenda will have case studies, research and thought leadership from the likes of Caffe Nero, Sofology, Exsurgo, 106 Communications, The Chemistry Group plus more.
We kick the day off with Ben Gledhill formerly of Sofology (now Manchester Metropolitan University) addressing the distinction between the tech candidate of 2005 and 2017. The talent acquisition strategy has changed significantly as we go a more direct sourcing route and he will be sharing what works well and what does the future look like.
We’ll then get more traditional with Nikki Brain from Exsurgo, looking at the importance of the store associate role and how the expectations around their knowledge as well sales through service is ever key to the entire customer service relationship. Candidate & employee experience has a huge impact on the customer service and can be costly if not implemented right.
Which brings us on to bots! Henry Davies, founder of 106 Communications will be talking you through how bots can make your employer brand work harder to attract and retain the right people. In many ways they can make you a more engaging employer (e.g. here is Yasar Ahmad, Wipro’s Head of Strategic Hiring recruitment bot) and Henry will talk through this in more detail. I’d bet a bot would be really handy for high volume recruitment. To back this up, Will Hamilton from LaunchPad will be discussing the impact of AI and Machine Learning in recruitment and what this all means for your profession.
We shared cut-e’s dedicated talent assessment app for the retail industry above; Howard Grosvenor will talk you through how some of the world’s best companies are doing talent assessment and how you can apply it to your own organisation. Furthermore, Nicky Brimmer from Chemistry Group will be talking on predicting people performance with the retail sector and how you can go beyond hiring for attitude using an objective data-led approach.
Finally, Shereen Daniels, Head of HR for Caffe Nero will be talking about how she fosters belonging at work. A really intriguing talk that will discuss how the baristas at Caffe Nero call work their home and not their job, this is one not to be missed.
There’ll be a buffet lunch and plenty of time to network with your peers around all these topics so join us on the 11th May with your complimentary ticket at TLCon: Retail, E-tail and Hospitality.
talentleadersconnect. is the largest Talent Acquisition & HR event series in the UK & Europe. The events combine industry leading keynote talks, interactive discussion sessions and relaxed social networking opportunities
Dubai, 13 April, 2017 — HR Technology is fast developing. Year-on-year the trends, and market requirements keep developers busy. Driven by natural workplace changes and inspired by vastly different work ethics amongst new working demographics, HR Technology is continuously evolving from its traditional core of payroll, employee record management and recruitment.
“People and their expectations of work are changing all over the world and it is happening quickly,” noted Ms. Lorna Daly, Regional Director, EMEA, Halogen Software who is a Gold Sponsor of the 3rd annual HR Tech Summit organized by QnA International. “We know that if people can give and receive feedback on an ongoing basis, they can feel good about what they do, and would be encouraged to bring their best effort forward, so they can give more to their customers, organizations and communities,” continued Ms. Daly.
Ongoing performance reviews, frequent and timely feedback is a new HR trend sweeping across many organizations across the globe. The need for almost immediate feedback stems from the multigenerational workforce, and the changing nature of work. “It comes down to something very fundamental; people want to feel a connection and a purpose to their organisation, that their contribution is valued and impactful,” stressed Ms. Daly.
To meet this new HR demands, organisations need to employ the new technological trends becoming available in the market place. In addition to traditional services of HR software, and cloud-based services, technological tools built for agility and for specialized purposes such as continuous performance management, frequent feedback, data analysis and learning tools will soon become an absolute must for the continued evolution of an organization.
However, Ms. Daly cautions on the blind application of these new HR technology tools, suggesting that organizations should “First recognise if the organisation is culturally ready to make the shift from traditional to ongoing performance management. Second, company leaders must be ready to act as role models for the rest of the staff. Culturally ready organizations are those which champion flexibility and adaptability to refine processes through the constant collection of feedback on new processes. This feedback loop ensures employees are supported.”
“Keeping up with technology developments affecting HR is becoming a tough task. The managerial processes for human resources across the globe is in a state of fluidity. Especially in the UAE and GCC which will see two new shifts with the onboarding of nationalization and VAT policies in the coming years, the importance of employing and using the appropriate tools for HR functions cannot be stressed more. Knowing the challenging changes ahead, we have planned the 3rd annual HR Tech Summit to provide in-depth discussions and ultimately provide a platform HR and IT Leaders to analyse the HR technology tools available, their uses, and whether or not they should be adapted and when adapted how it will impact the organizations in the region,” commented Sidh N.C., Director, QnA International.
On the trend of nationalization in the UAE and GCC, Ms. Daly said, “There is a great opportunity for business and HR leaders in the GCC to maximise the potential that exists in their respective region. In order to do this, organisations need to understand the existing skill sets of local nationals, continuously support the development of essential skills, and help with the career progression of local nationals into leadership positions. This effort will help organisations become an attractive destination for GCC citizens seeking employment and help shape the economic destiny of the region.”
Halogen Software will be actively taking part in the by-invite only premier summit which attracted over 150 C-level and senior level HR and IT personnel from government, state, public, and private organizations in 2016. “HR Tech MENA provides a terrific opportunity to connect with some of the world’s most thoughtful HR and business leaders. The partnership has opened the door to connect with very successful companies and has given us the opportunity to learn more about the emerging global trends and priorities in HR,” commented Ms. Daly on the importance of sponsoring, participating, and attending the 3rd annual HR Tech Summit.
The Summit will be held from 16-17 May 2017 at The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Dubai.
About HR Tech MENA
Technology today has revolutionized every step of our lives and Human Resources is no different. The influence of technology on our evolution is paramount to making it imperative for HR to keep abreast with newest developments.
Today, HR is en route to becoming smart HR. Concepts such as Artificial Intelligence, big data, cloud, social workforce, mobility and gamification are key buzzwords and every organization is keen to embrace to help them in tackling the key issues of talent acquisition, talent management, change management, business performance and employee engagement.
The HR Tech Summit is the only initiative that brings together HR as well as IT professionals from across the Middle East and leading solution providers on a singular platform discussing the newest trends, ideas and disruptions over a period of two days exclusively dedicated to and focused on HR Technology.
About Halogen Software
Halogen Software offers a cloud-based talent management suite that reinforces and drives higher employee performance across all talent programmes — whether that is performance management, learning and development, succession planning, recruiting and onboarding, or compensation. With over 2,100 customers worldwide, Halogen Software has been recognized as a market leader by major business analysts and has garnered the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the industry. Halogen Software’s powerful, yet simple-to-use solutions, which also include industry-vertical editions, are used by organisations that want to build a world-class workforce that is aligned, inspired and focused on delivering exceptional results. For more information, visit: http://www.halogensoftware.com/ae Subscribe to Halogen Software’s TalentSpace blog: http://www.halogensoftware.com/blog/ or follow Halogen Software on Twitter: http://twitter.com/HalogenSoftware.
Organiser: About QnA International
QnA International creates and delivers business learning and development exchange platforms through B2B conferences, bespoke events and trainings. The company also has an expertise in outsourced sponsorship sales and key account management.
Paycor Announces Workforce Insights to Provide HR Leaders with Deep Insights and Real-Time Analysis of Employee Data
New Data Visualization Solution Extracts Rich and Actionable Insights from People Data to Bring Valuable, C-Level Insights to Key Business Stakeholders
CINCINNATI – April 11, 2017 – Human Capital Management company Paycor today announced Workforce Insights, a new data visualization solution that extracts rich and actionable insights from people data to bring valuable C-level and operational insights to key business stakeholders. This new tool provides highly interactive dashboards that allow users to explore workforce issues and discover trends, so they can identify and solve business problems more quickly and effectively.
According to Bersin by Deloitte Research, there was a 120 percent growth in companies correlating people data to business performance in 2016. Merely mining HR data is no longer enough. It has become an operational business imperative for today’s organizations to extract actionable insights informed by data. Paycor’s Workforce Insights is a new, modern way for small to mid-sized businesses to meet this need.
Workforce Insights is a highly graphical and aggregated interactive data visualization solution that helps track and successfully manage business issues. This new solution instantly identifies key insights without having to import or export data, and provides actionable, results-driven charts detailing information compiled across HR, time, payroll, benefits, talent acquisition and onboarding data, so users can spend less time searching and more time focused on solving important business issues. Customers can easily tailor dashboards to fit their unique needs for a full view of their business. Users can take actions directly from the dashboards.
Key benefits of Workforce Insights include:
Identify actionable insights – Data from HR, time, payroll, benefits, talent acquisition and onboarding allows companies to identify issues, uncover correlating patterns and solve people problems such as performance issues by department or location.
Paycor is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, but has sales representatives and offices across the country. To learn more about Workforce Insights and how Paycor can help your business, please visit https://resources.paycor.com/workforce-insights.
“We built Workforce Insights based on feedback from CEOs, CFOs and HR directors of small to mid-sized businesses across all industries,” said Zhen Tao, Chief Technology Officer of Paycor. “Workforce Insights provides HR and operational leaders with a holistic view of their people data and delivers valuable, actionable insights to key business stakeholders, further demonstrating the true value HR technology brings to the organization. This solution is a data revolution for companies looking to improve the way they understand their people data and use such insights to drive operational improvements.”
Paycor is a trusted partner to more than 31,000 small and medium-sized businesses. Known for delivering modern, intuitive recruiting, HR and payroll solutions, Paycor partners with businesses to optimize the management of their most valuable asset – their people. Paycor’s personalized support and user-friendly technology ensure that key business processes, including recruiting, onboarding, reporting, timekeeping, compliance and payroll, run smoothly. Paycor’s people operations solutions are recommended by today’s most innovative brokers, bankers, and CPAs. Learn how Paycor can transform your business by starting a conversation at http://www.paycor.com.
Emerging Talent is not void of the many changes taken place over the past year. Plugging the skill gaps with EU workers is under threat from Brexit however does the apprenticeships levy pose to fix that issue? Are graduate schemes at risk? As young people look for more than just a good salary from work, is retention becoming more difficult? Can we do anything about it?
On the 27th April, talentleadersconnect. will be hosting for the second time, TLCon: Emerging Talent that will give 70 Head of early careers, HRD’s, graduate recruitment, apprenticeships and talent acquisition professionals the opportunity to learn, share and network around a theme that is getting more and more important each year. The agenda will have case studies, research and thought leadership from the likes of L’Oreal, Cognizant, Centrica, LaunchPad, The Chemistry Group plus more.
We’ll be starting off the day with research from the Graduate Recruitment team from L’Oreal on the graduate talent population and their expectations and career priorities. Within this same event, Bright Network have carried out research of their own on this topic which should provide a good comparison of the results. Furthermore they’ve been implementing some really great initiatives to gamify how they attract and retain candidates. They’ve told us a little bit on this and we were stoked at the ideas. We’re sure you will be too once you hear it!
We then dive deep into AI and Machine Learning. Don’t worry, there won’t be a whole bunch of code put on slides however we will be looking at an overview of the trends and how this affects your work in recruitment and HR. Will Hamilton from LaunchPad will guide us through the latest innovations in what will be a very futuristic presentation.
We continue to trailblaze into the future by looking at Apprenticeships in the New World. It’s no doubt, there’s a lot of division between viewing the apprenticeship levy as a tax or investment and Erica Farmer, Apprenticeships and L&D programme lead for Centrica is best placed to fill us in on the benefits; she represents Centrica at the National Apprenticeships Service’s lead employer Apprenticeship Ambassador Network.
After our time travel into the future, we go back to student recruitment 101. You may be excited about all the new tools and changes that will affect how you go about graduate recruitment but “You can’t harvest fruit from the trees you haven’t planted yet.” Brian Sinclair, Head of Student Recruitment for Cognizant will give you practical advice on everything, from requirements gathering to pipeline reporting with some useful templates and tools to help explain and position best practice with key internal stakeholders.
talentleadersconnect. is the largest Talent Acquisition & HR event series in the UK & Europe. The events combine industry leading keynote talks, interactive discussion sessions and relaxed social networking opportunities.
LONDON: 16th March 2017 — DevScore, a new online HR platform, aims to reduce the time, cost, and confusion that recruiters experience when hiring software developers. The smart SaaS tool checks any coder in the world and helps to cut the time these business-critical hires usually take by 80%.
As software development becomes increasingly important to all kinds of businesses, there’s never been a better time to be a coder. Unfortunately, other than specialist recruiters, those tasked with hiring these highly skilled individuals can quickly get lost, particularly if they are unfamiliar with development – which has a pretty steep learning curve.
“A lot of companies know they need a software developer, but they don’t know enough to hire the right coder for the job,” says DevScore’s founder, Peter Cummings. “Consequently, the hiring process becomes long and drawn out, as recruiters vet-as-they-go – sifting through CVs before assessing skills through coding tests and other time consuming tasks. DevScore puts an end to this by simply collating the information recruiters need, when they need it.”
DevScore functions like a search engine, recruiters enter the email address of the developer they are interested in and through Continuous Source Code Analysis (CSCA) DevScore finds clearly defined information about them. Listing their level of experience, skills and employment history, helping recruiters quickly create a verified shortlist of potential candidates. DevScore also has an API so it can integrate with other HR platforms – like LinkedIn, freelancer.com, and others.
“Companies want developers that can hit the ground running,” Cummings explains. “DevScore not only details a candidate’s proficiency in a given programming language, it also shows what kind of development experience they have, whether they’re a frontend, backend or mobile developer. DevScore helps recruiters better align skills with business needs.
“DevScore is a quick, easy, and cost-effective way of finding the best people for your company, and validating their expertise.”
DevScore is launching in the UK and becoming a Code4000 partner, EMEA expansion is scheduled for Q4 2017.
Digital transformation refers to the changes associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society. Digital transformation may be thought as the third stage of embracing digital technologies: digital competence → digital usage → digital transformation, with usage and transformative ability informing digital literacy. The transformation stage means that digital usages inherently enable new types of innovation and creativity in a particular domain, rather than simply enhance and support the traditional methods.
The use of technology to radically improve performance or reach of enterprises — is a hot topic for companies across the globe. Executives in all industries are using digital advances such as analytics, mobility, social media and smart embedded devices as well as improving their use of traditional technologies such as ERP to change customer relationships, internal processes and value propositions. Other executives, seeing how fast digital technology disrupted media industries in the past decade, know they need to pay attention to changes in their industries now.
Technology innovation is changing the game for businesses, industries, and markets. At the heart of this digital transformation is a host of new technologies that are disrupting the old ways of doing business – with partners, suppliers, and customers.
Digital transformation is the process of shifting your organisation from a legacy approach to new ways of working and thinking using digital, social, mobile and emerging technologies. It involves a change in leadership, different thinking, the encouragement of innovation and new business models, incorporating digitization of assets and an increased use of technology to improve the experience of your organisation’s employees, customers, suppliers, partners and stakeholders.
It could be a wonderful opportunity for us if leaders around the world share their case studies and digital transformation strategies on how large corporations can stay competitive in today’s digital world.
With The Best is organizing an online conference Transform with the Best where high profiled Chief Innovation Officers, CTO’s, CIO’s of top-tier companies, and head of Corporate Accelerators will be sharing their visions on how to keep a company competitive in the rapidly and ever-evolving digital world we are operating in today while offering 1-to-1 speaking sessions, all this from the comfort of your own home.
Who are the Speakers?
More to come…
How it is delivered?
You will be supplied with a set of tools to interact with Digital Transformation experts:
a chatroom to ask live questions during the conferences;
Q&A forum during the whole event during which both experts and attendees can share knowledge and information;
optional 20 minute one-to-one live mentoring sessions with your chosen expert;
link to the speakers’ SlideShare presentations;
2 months of guaranteed access to the conferences, SlideShare links and Q&A forum.
Date: Wednesday 5th, April 2017 10am to 6pm (EDT) – New York Time
It is not a one step process neither there are some cookbook associated with it, it’s a continuous process to improve yourself, to know your options, to help each other’s in achieving the desired heights.
Come let’s join and see how the world is transforming.