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[Ep.5] Driving Digital Synergy: Hybrid Work and Digital Employee Experience

As Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease, Gartner estimates that by 2022, 25% of the global workforce will choose their home as their primary workplace. And with 45% of workers predicted to be working from home two to three days per week, businesses and employees alike are starting to enter the era of the hybrid workplace.

As they prepare to usher in this new model of working, IT teams must once again adapt, evolve, and innovate to ensure a positive, seamless Digital Employee Experience - wherever the employees are.

In episode 5 of ‘Digital Employee Experience: The New Way of Working’ Nexthink and guest experts will guide you through:

What great Digital Employee Experience in the hybrid world looks like
- Essential considerations IT leaders need to be aware of to ensure they’re creating an agile, secure and productive workplace, regardless of employees’ location
- Best practices for a seamless end-to-end Digital Employee Experience, from new employee onboarding to Help Desk support
- Use cases that show how IT can solve the most frequent challenges of the hybrid workplace
in order to provide a frictionless IT experience to their employees
- Why a one-size-fits-all approach is no longer optimal in the hybrid world and how to leverage a more tailored, personalized approach to IT in order to boost employee engagement
Recorded Sep 30 2021 53 mins
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    A key challenge is that many companies are restricted within their established IT goals, only able to assess current performance and not look toward improvement. Traditional service level agreements (SLAs) target pre-determined goals and existing processes, which forces IT teams to be reactive when employees raise issues. As workplaces embrace hybrid models long-term, creating superior digital employee experiences and practicing proactive IT strategies will become even more critical to company success.

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  • [Ep.5] Driving Digital Synergy: Hybrid Work and Digital Employee Experience Recorded: Sep 30 2021 53 mins
    Chuck Piotrowski - PIOT | Andrew Robinson - Nexthink | David Maskell - Computacenter
    As Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease, Gartner estimates that by 2022, 25% of the global workforce will choose their home as their primary workplace. And with 45% of workers predicted to be working from home two to three days per week, businesses and employees alike are starting to enter the era of the hybrid workplace.

    As they prepare to usher in this new model of working, IT teams must once again adapt, evolve, and innovate to ensure a positive, seamless Digital Employee Experience - wherever the employees are.

    In episode 5 of ‘Digital Employee Experience: The New Way of Working’ Nexthink and guest experts will guide you through:

    What great Digital Employee Experience in the hybrid world looks like
    - Essential considerations IT leaders need to be aware of to ensure they’re creating an agile, secure and productive workplace, regardless of employees’ location
    - Best practices for a seamless end-to-end Digital Employee Experience, from new employee onboarding to Help Desk support
    - Use cases that show how IT can solve the most frequent challenges of the hybrid workplace
    in order to provide a frictionless IT experience to their employees
    - Why a one-size-fits-all approach is no longer optimal in the hybrid world and how to leverage a more tailored, personalized approach to IT in order to boost employee engagement
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    In episode 3 of ‘Digital Employee Experience: The New Way of Working’, Nexthink and guest experts share how organizations overcome the proactive IT challenge and create a proactive service desk that solves issues faster, more efficiently and for less cost.

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    - Why proactivity and employee productivity relies on having data that is accurate and complete about users’ devices, applications, network and the experiences of the end-users themselves
    - How a proactive approach can lead to having enough information captured to support employee self-service, self-help and automated remediation process
    - The business and financial benefits of a proactive approach


    Hosted by Chuck Piotrwoski - Founder, PIOT

    Panelists:
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    Chuck Piotrowski - Founder, PIOT and Tim Flower - Global Director of Business Transformation, Nexthink
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    In episode 4 of ‘Digital Employee Experience: The New Way of Working’, we take a dive deeper into the practical steps IT leaders can take to empower their IT teams and employees, by creating a truly proactive Service Desk.

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    - What to include in your proactive IT checklist that can rebuild employee relationships with the service desk
    - The potential hurdles your company may face in implementing a practice ITSM strategy - and how instilling an agile mindset is the key to overcoming them
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    Host:
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    Guest:
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    Chuck Piotrowski - PIOT | Andrew Cohen - Cox | Jon Cairns - Nexthink
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    When a service desk is proactive, IT can predict and resolve issues before employees notice them. But implementing a proactive strategy requires culture change and can’t be achieved overnight.

    In episode 3 of ‘Digital Employee Experience: The New Way of Working’, Nexthink and guest experts share how organizations overcome the proactive IT challenge and create a proactive service desk that solves issues faster, more efficiently and for less cost.

    Join us to learn:
    - Essential lessons businesses need to consider in their shift to a proactive service desk
    - Why proactivity and employee productivity relies on having data that is accurate and complete about users’ devices, applications, network and the experiences of the end-users themselves
    - How a proactive approach can lead to having enough information captured to support employee self-service, self-help and automated remediation process
    - The business and financial benefits of a proactive approach


    Hosted by Chuck Piotrwoski - Founder, PIOT

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    - Jon Cairns - VP Technical Services at Nexthink
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    Chuck Piotrowski - PIOT | David Wilson - Silicon Valley Bank | Rod Bridgman - Nexthink
    The increasingly virtual nature of the 2021 workplace is driving a multifaceted employee experience, and there is little doubt that this dynamic and increasingly digital-first reality is requiring an agile IT service to support it.

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    - How to ensure service consistency across dynamic and diverse workforces and spaces
    - Best practices for enhancing digital communications and meetings and the results this brings
    - And more

    Hosted by Chuck Piotrowski - CEO, PIOT

    Guests:
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    - Rod Bridgman - Solution Consultant at Nexthink
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    Ramesh Dontha - Data Transformers | Michael Applebaum - Nexthink | Emily Schlick - Fortune 500 healthcare company.
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    Nexthink & Guest Speakers
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    But how do organisations successfully do this and achieve a sustainable, proactive IT strategy? In episode 3 of The Future of Employee Experience: Building The Digital Workplace, we share key steps and best practices for creating a proactive approach to service management that will increase employee productivity, satisfaction, and engagement.

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    - Which proactive ITSM tools can ensure you have a productive, flexible and happy workforce
    - How these tools enable you to lean into a outcome focussed service management strategy as opposed to an output focussed one
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    - How a proactive approach can lead to having enough information captured to support SLA reporting and planning for future improvements, leading to a happier, more empowered workforce
  • The Single Pane of Glass: Real-Time Visibility & the Digital Employee Experience Recorded: Feb 3 2021 53 mins
    Paul Hardy - Evangelist, Chief Innovation Office - Service Now | David D'Agostino - ITSM Practice Lead, Nexthink
    As companies become more digitised and Digital Transformation initiatives soar, organizations are handling more demands across computers, networks, applications and databases than ever before. But with this surge in demand comes a greater reliance on these systems, and with greater reliance comes the increased risk of service outages - and potentially a very unhappy workforce.

    As such, achieving visibility of the IT environment and gaining an accurate perspective of what really matters to users is crucial to successful DEX. In episode 2 of The Future of Employee Experience: Building The Digital Workplace, we discuss best practices for gaining this visibility that grants a true, detailed insight into what is making or breaking great employee experience.

    Insights and topics of discussion will include:

    - How to merge ITSM and ITOM practices for achieving the coveted ‘Single Pane of Glass’
    - How and why the effects of complete IT environment visibility lead to minimal downtime, increased satisfaction and a greater employee experience
    - How to successfully implement visibility, define metrics and measure its impact on DEX
    - How to transform MTBF, MTTR and DEX with the right ITOM and ITSM strategy

    Host:
    - Alex Hilton - CEO, Cloud Industry Forum

    Guest experts:
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    - David D'Agostino - ITSM Practice Lead, Nexthink
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    - How AI-powered service management can reduce the manual workload of service desk staff, as well as enable IT teams to anticipate problems rather than merely respond to them
    - How reimagined service management can improve relationships across teams and functions and increase employee experience sentiment
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    Chris Terndrup (formerly of Vitality and Tokio Marine), Alan Nance (CitrusCollab), Jon Cairns (Nexthink)
    Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, IT teams have been primarily focused on managing the sudden surge in remote workers. There is a growing need, however, to consider what comes next.

    How will the relationship between the workplace, employees and technology be affected, long term? What will make our businesses more durable going forward? And how can IT plan for recovery?

    Watch this hour-long, special panel including Chris Terndrup (formerly of Vitality and Tokio Marine), Alan Nance (Co-Founder and Managing Partner, CitrusCollab), and Jon Cairns (VP Technical Services, Nexthink), who will consider these issues and more, guided by exclusive survey data from Vanson Bourne.

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    - The extent to which businesses – and with them IT – will be permanently impacted by the Coronavirus crisis
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