On Air: 00:00 - 01:00 EST (GMT-5)
Monday, January 25th, 2016
The nature of work is changing, and we are increasingly working flexibly, remotely, and while mobile. As organisations continue to look for increases in productivity while at the same time improving employee engagement, leveraging the breadth of expertise of its employees, and driving innovation within processes, products, and services, the need for improved digital capabilities and a shift to a sharing mindset amongst employees is ever growing.
Join us for this panel discussion as we explore the role of community managers in enabling and empowering organisations and employees in their digital and connected workplaces, digital and workplace transformations, and into the future of work.
Consultant at Ripple Effect Group
Once upon an external community manager who focused on building fan and customer communities, in 2012 Jakkii turned her attention to building internal employee communities. A passionate believer in the new work order and the future of work, Jakkii spends her days helping organisations and their employees figure out how they can use communities effectively inside their organisation to achieve better business outcomes and, to borrow a quote, “make work suck less.”
Managing Director at Ripple Effect Group
Anne specialises in creating innovative communication & learning networks with social technologies, challenging organisations to reframe models of communication, service design & workforce engagement. A sessional academic at University of Technology Sydney, Anne lectures in organisational learning.
General Manager at Ripple Effect Group
A human-centred designer with over a decade of experience working in information and knowledge management roles, James has a long standing interest in the intersection of people, place and technology in workplace design – otherwise known as the ‘digital workplace’.
Chief Ninja at Culture Ninjas
With over 15 years’ experience, Rhiannan has a reputation for building agile, responsive & engaged workforces, and is an internationally recognised digital strategy leader. Having launched Yammer networks across a variety of sectors, Rhiannan brings ESN success and community management expertise.
gPause Community Manager at Google
Van is a serial community organizer that began as a BayCHI volunteer in 1996. His specialty these days is meta-community management organizing communities of community organizers. Van’s current meta-community is the Googlers building a culture of mindfulness at every Google office in the world.
Internal Community Manager at First Republic Bank
Tony Woodall is Host and Founder of Goal Getting Podcast, and author of 9 Steps to Successful Goal Achievement. An award winning public speaker, Tony works as the Internal Community Manager for First Republic Bank in San Francisco and drives adoption and participation on their Social Intranet.
- What does Microsoft releasing all the Yammer CSM roles last week imply for Community Managers?
- What does Community Management mean to you?
- How is work changing (…digital capabilities)?
- Where do community managers fit within organisations (… what is their role)?
- How do you see community management evolving?
- Is community management the future of management? Why/why not?
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