Tue, Oct 27|
Who Makes Workplace Space & Technology Decisions & Why?
Join leaders from IT, real estate and talent management as they discuss their decision making process for selecting and implementing new technologies in light of COVID-19. Sponsored by Saltmine
Time & Location
Oct 27, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
About the Event
Today organizations' workplace decisions are being jointly made by the real estate, IT and talent management teams due the the complex and direct impact of workplaces on the health, security and productivity of employees.
The global pandemic accelerated organization’s digital workplace transformations. For the most part, increased remote working has proven to be a remarkable success, and organizations are now looking into what the next hybrid physical/digital workplace experience is going to be post pandemic.
New research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services finds that the majority of business leaders say the quality of remote work has been at least as good as the work done in the physical workplace. A lot goes into ensuring that remote workers thrive, including having the right technology tools and establishing new norms for engagement and collaboration. For leaders in digital transformation, it's more than just adapting to working remotely but working smarter, more securely and positioned for the future digital workplace.
Join leaders from IT, real estate and talent management as they discuss their decision making process for selecting and implementing new technologies in light of COVID-19.
* Luke Rondel, Director of Channel Partnerships at Saltmine (moderator)
* Sarah Abrams, Senior Vice President, Global Real Estate at Iron Mountain
* Sandra St Fleur, Head of Organizational Development and Learning at UCLA Health
* Lorri Rowlandson, Senior Vice President at BGIS
This event is kindly sponsored by Saltmine.