Register from 8:20am – the first 25 people get a free copy of Martin White’s book, ‘Managing Expectations – Building Client-Consultant Partnerships’.
Registration is really easy – we have you on the list, so we’ll hand you your name badge and lanyard without fuss.
Join us for carbs and coffee in the exhibition hall – and take a look at a slice of the original Roman wall of London.
Conference format; agenda; hashtag; — Lisa and Wedge.
Lessons from learning: how to make an intranet more useful
Bridging the gap between intranets and learning, and the change that’s possible from the smallest steps — Simon Thompson, Experience Applied.
Each workshop leader explains their topic. There are four afternoon workshops, and we ask you to register for only one.
Fire alarm test and break
As soon as you hear the alarm, calmly move to the exhibition space to enjoy drinks and nibbles.
Pack it up, pack it in – let me begin! — Lisa.
Intranet in the cloud – how we refocus to gain trust
Six months after launching the new Office 365-based intranet, 25% love it, 27% are frustrated. How we refocus to gain users’ and leadership’s trust — Ralf Larrson, Electrolux.
Martin White chairs a lively discussion with Fintan Galvin of Invotra, Sukh Ryatt of Oak, Helen Day of DWG, and Dana Leeson of BSI.
Lunch – 1 hour and 5 minutes
Join us in the Cornhill room for a nice hot lunch – and share your experience of the day so far with others!
Building a knowledge system for digital tools
To maintain competitiveness in an automated, digital marketplace, professionals need to enhance their services with digital tools. See how Arup tackles this. — Adam Pope, Arup.
Lisa and Wedge
We’re about to break – please sign up for one workshop, at the sponsor’s stand of your choice. When not in a workshop, you’ll be participating in two, 20 minute ‘table talks’.
Be sure to register for your workshop, and know its time and location.
Presented to an individual for their remarkable contributions to the intranet community.
Our Lisa Riemers chairs a friendly discussion with James Robertson of Step Two, Steve Bynghall of Spark Trajectory, and Rahel Bailie of Scroll.
Lisa and Wedge.
You are all invited for a glass of Prosecco, courtesy of the Digital Workplace Group, in the exhibition hall.
You’re still here? It’s over! Go home. Go
Some of us will be going to the after after party.