Learn from visionary experts and business leaders in our series of keynote talks, breakouts and networking sessions. Most sessions will include live Q&A with speakers, so you can have your questions answered by the best in DEX.
In the wake of the pandemic, healthcare system Providence led the way in digital transformation. A large part of that change involved giving their frontline caregivers the right digital experience, and ensuring they were able to get the information they needed when they needed it. Find out how they did it—and what challenges they encountered along the way—during this insightful Q&A with their CIO and CCO.
The pandemic has propelled digital transformation at lightning speed. But even now, digital transformation is people transformation—to maintain those gains and keep moving forward, companies need to change how they engage their people. Transformation expert Greg Satell shares the secrets to making it happen.
After a year of crisis comms and scrambling to keep employees continuously informed, how can your communications team get back to its original engagement priorities? Brett Lutz, VP of Global Communications at ADM, explains how to do this effectively even with a small or lean team.
Comms, IT and HR all want to create a more equitable, productive digital employee experience—but often, they each have their own approach to getting there. Learn how Tech Data achieved this goal with cross-functional collaboration, and what roadblocks they had to overcome to get there.
Known for developing communities as “the front page of the internet,” how does Reddit keep its own internal communities engaged and motivated to grow its business of 52M+ daily active users? Anna Soellner, Reddit’s senior director of communications, sits down with our own Chuck Gose to discuss how her team interprets the signals from their workforce and uses catalyzing moments to bring the company together.
In the digital age, communicators should be working smarter, not harder. Learn how the comms team at Extreme Networks leverages data to optimize communications with their employees, how they engage their audience with different content types and bundles, and how your team can apply these same strategies.
To successfully transform your organization, you need to evaluate the employee journey from every angle. The founder of organizational intelligence provider Temporall joins us to share why transformative decision-making calls for an organization-wide view of your employee data, and what steps companies can take to get that visibility.
How do we, as employees and organizations, get better at change, so that it’s a “muscle” we use every day? Atlassian’s resident work futurist, Dominic Price, will discuss how we can influence our people, technology and work practices to drive transformation. He’ll share how Atlassian created the open-source Atlassian Team Playbook, a set of resources for addressing common team challenges, and how teams have since used it to drive their own improvement and adapt their ways of working to our new realities.
In the era of digital transformation, how can HR departments transform to be people-focused, rather than process focused? Michelle DiTondo, former CHRO for MGM Resorts, sits down with Rey Bouknight, strategic advisor at SocialChorus, to discuss the keys to fostering a culture of inclusion, making employees feel like they belong, and moving beyond diversity training to a true behavioral shift.
From the start of the pandemic, communicators in the healthcare industry saw a massive increase in the importance of their role—and in their workload. Learn how the comms team at Atrium Health handled these crisis communications, and what it taught them about engaging a hybrid workforce of more than 70K employees serving critical healthcare needs.