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    • Missing the Mark: IT and Building the Collaborative Office
      Missing the Mark: IT and Building the Collaborative Office Nick Cavalencia, founder of Techvangelism & Niel Levonius, 8x8 Recorded: Dec 13 2016 5:15 pm UTC 63 mins
    • It's no secret your users tend to use the communications tools they are most comfortable with even when they are consumer tools unsanctioned by IT. Sure, you've researched, selected, implemented, and support the best of collaborative tools to give your users anytime, anywhere, any device connectivity to each other. But even so, they still ignore IT's efforts and run back to what they like, leaving IT with no visibility into how the business is collaborating, and no ability to enrich the user experience while improving business productivity.

      So, how do you build a collaborative office that allows IT to remain in control of it all?

      In this interactive webinar, join industry expert and founder of Techvangelism, Nick Cavalencia, along with Niel Levonius from 8x8, as they discuss:
      -It's not you, it's them - why the consumerization of IT continues in the face of fantastic enterprise-caliber collaborative solutions
      -Where IT's approach to solving the problem is off base
      -How to build the collaborative office users want

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    • Government IT transformation at the speed of a collaborative engagement
      Government IT transformation at the speed of a collaborative engagement Josh Ranoa, business development manager, Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat Recorded: Jul 17 2018 3:00 pm UTC 44 mins
    • Our government’s most complex problems won’t be solved by a few genius individuals—or an amazing new technology. They will be solved by high-performing teams—teams who have developed and honed the cultural habits to efficiently cultivate new ideas with innovative technologies to get things done.

      In this webinar, you’ll learn why high-performing teams matter and how Red Hat® Open Innovation Labs is helping organizations create these teams to make an impact. You'll get a glimpse of what happens in an Open Innovation Labs collaborative engagement:

      -Teams are innovating more quickly while improving the quality of their software.
      -Participants are using lean, agile and DevOps methodologies coupled with open source tools and culture.
      -Together, people, process, and technology help government organizations rapidly uncover and prove more effective ways of working together to solve their most complex problems.

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    • APAC Focus: Building a Collaborative Approach between Public and Private Sectors
      APAC Focus: Building a Collaborative Approach between Public and Private Sectors Moderator: Scott Grob | Speakers: David James and Glenn O’Neill Recorded: Mar 9 2018 2:00 am UTC 62 mins
    • Identifying and addressing financial crimes, including those associated with human trafficking, narcotics, terrorist financing and fraud, requires collaboration. Successful public-private partnerships enhance investigation outcomes by allowing both sectors to share the latest trends in financial crime. This webinar will look at joint investigations and offer insights on how banks can provide assistance to law enforcement in the fight against financial crime. Our panelists will also provide strategies for conducting a joint post-investigation review to determine best practices for future collaborative efforts.

      Learning Objectives
      •Detailing recent APAC initiatives in public-private partnerships such as the Fraud and Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce (FMLIT) in Hong Kong and the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Industry Partnership (ACIP) in Singapore
      •Incorporating practical collaboration strategies to better detect, deter and defend APAC financial institutions against financial crimes
      •Detailing APAC legal obligations and the limitations of public-private collaboration to prevent missteps

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    • Collaborative ABM: Partnering with Key Accounts for Innovation and Growth
      Collaborative ABM: Partnering with Key Accounts for Innovation and Growth Rob Leavitt, Senior Vice President at ITSMA; Jack Barrett, Senior Director, Strategic Marketing at Juniper Networks Recorded: Jun 15 2017 3:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Account-based marketers talk a lot about being customer-centric. But the reality is that most ABM programs take a broad-brush approach to targeting customers that we think should be interested in our solutions.

      A truly customer-centric approach, especially with key accounts, begins with a deep dive into each customer’s business issues and then partners with them to design new solutions and shared success.

      This session will explore why and how a collaborative ABM approach can drive innovation, growth, loyalty, and advocacy with key accounts. The session includes a deep dive into Juniper Network’s award-winning ABM program, as well as examples from other companies including Accenture, Fujitsu, and KPMG.

      Key takeaways include:

      - The importance of collaborative innovation with key accounts
      - The value of transparency: ABM “with” not “for” key accounts
      - The research and development foundation required for collaborative ABM
      - Metrics beyond revenue: Measuring success with collaborative ABM

      About Rob: Rob Leavitt is Senior Vice President at ITSMA, a leadership community for B2B marketers and the pioneers of ABM in the early 2000s. At ITSMA, Rob provides strategic guidance to leading technology and B2B services firms on thought leadership, content marketing, and ABM.

      About Jack: Jack Barrett is Senior Director, Strategic Marketing at Juniper Networks, and leads executive engagement, ABM, demand generation, and channel development across the Americas.

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    • NASA Center of Excellence For Collaborative Innovation
      NASA Center of Excellence For Collaborative Innovation Steven Radar, NASA, Steve Domeck, InnoCentive Recorded: Jan 14 2014 11:00 am UTC 57 mins
    • Implementing a deliberate strategy developed to drive organizational change, NASA began pioneering the use of crowdsourcing and collaborative innovation in 2005, to more actively engage the public and advance solutions to difficult challenges. After an incredibly successful set of pilot challenges, NASA was requested by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to create a Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation (COECI) to assist other Federal Agencies in applying the practice of crowdsourcing. On the heels of its two-year anniversary, the NASA Center of Excellence is pleased to share their innovation crowdsourcing experiences with you. Join usfor a live webinar – NASA Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation – Crowdsourcing Journey hosted by the NASA COECI Team as they discuss and review:

      • A brief history of the pilots
      • The CoECI mission, organization, and use of NASA@Work internally
      • Highlights of recent successful challenges
      • Best practices learned
      • Audience Q&A

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    • Tools for Collaborative Portfolio Design
      Tools for Collaborative Portfolio Design Christopher J. Sidoni, CFA, CFP Recorded: Jan 26 2017 9:15 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The replay is eligible for one IMCA® CE credit.

      Is investment portfolio design becoming commoditized as countless articles, papers, and blogs say? If this process merely involves measuring risk tolerance and recommending a model portfolio the answer is “Yes.”

      But there’s a better way to design investment portfolios. It starts by recognizing that risk perception isn’t static and that knowledgeable clients make better investment decisions. In this presentation, Christopher will:
      •Provide a framework for a collaborative, educational design process that gives clients greater awareness of their own risk tolerance, a truly customized portfolio, and a higher level of confidence in their decisions;
      •Explain how to incorporate client behavioral risks such as “frame of reference risk” into portfolio construction; and
      •Discuss sophisticated tools that make this process more interactive and engaging.
      Christopher will answer attendees’ questions during the webinar and will be available to continue the discussion on APViewpoint.


      The IMCA® has accepted this program for one hour of CE credit towards the CIMA®, CIMC® and CPWA® certifications. If you provide the required information during the webinar registration process and stay for the entire session please email us for the IMCA ® webinar ID to self-report your attendance.

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    • Smart, Mobile, & Collaborative Robots: The Rise in Commercial Service Robots
      Smart, Mobile, & Collaborative Robots: The Rise in Commercial Service Robots Jessica Goepfert and John Santagate Recorded: Apr 4 2018 2:30 pm UTC 55 mins
    • This session will look at the drivers, trends, impacts, and overall market for non-traditional robotics on the modern digitally connected business. The evolution of technology in general has helped to drive the evolution of robots for non-traditional business applications.

      John Santagate, Research Director for Service Robotics at IDC, says “We are in a very interesting place relative to robotics. There has been a convergence of technology maturity and market acceptance that is helping to drive new robotic applications in business areas where robots have not typically been deployed”. Join us as we dig into what is driving the market, why this time it's different, and how the market will shake out over the coming several years.

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    • Innovate Faster with Collaborative Security
      Innovate Faster with Collaborative Security Nathan Vega, Vice President, Business & Product Development, Columbus Collaboratory Recorded: Apr 5 2018 3:00 pm UTC 35 mins
    • This webinar will review collaboration amongst trusted security peers will enable your business to create a material advantage for your defenders, increase the speed of technology adoption in your security practice, and improve the economics of adopting those technologies. The Columbus Collaboratory partnered with Forrester Research to study the challenges and requirements of security leaders across industries. We will present how shared intelligence, shared processes and shared technologies can speed the adoption of best practices and generate residual technology benefits across your organization.

      About the Speaker:
      Nathan Vega, Vice President, Business & Product Development for Columbus Collaboratory is responsible for bringing to market products and services in cybersecurity and analytics. Nathan's career began his at IBM where he specialized in design thinking, social business adoption, Pragmatic Marketing, and executive communications. Nathan held many roles during his 15 years at IBM, culminating in Offering Management for Bluemix, IBM's cloud platform, where he successfully brought Watson to market exposed through set of APIs.

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