How IT Change Makers are Using Technology to Build a More Engaged Workforce
Public sector leaders are becoming increasingly aware that employee engagement reaches beyond the realms of traditional HR. Embracing and making wise investments in information technology is key to delivering success where job sharing, flexible working, home working and hybrid working models have become the norm.
Technology has completely transformed the way we work and the way we think about work. In essence, we have moved beyond the office; work is now an activity, rather than a place. In this new world order, technology can be leveraged to motivate and engage employees by increasing mobility and offering productivity tools of choice that will enable new ways of sharing, collaborating, and learning.
Delivering the Best User Experience for Hybrid Work, will showcase strategies to help the public sector adapt to new ways of working by making the latest technologies engaging and user-friendly. By putting UX at the forefront of technological change being driven by new ways of working, you will be armed to optimize employee engagement and productivity.
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A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers
Connecting the Dots Between IT, User Experience and Employee Engagement
Sarah White, Worldwide Government, Apple
Matt Arvay, Worldwide Government, Apple
Creating Winning User Experiences to Increase Engagement, Productivity and Service Delivery
- Positioning IT as an enabler and partner to recruit and retain top talent
- Create better hybrid work experiences to improve employee engagement
- Harnessing apps and hardware to transform employee experience and drive engagement
- Tapping into evolving employee expectations by offering tools they want to work with
Chair: David Morrow, Strategic Partnerships Lead, Apple
Katy Lalonde, Director of Product, Ontario Digital Service
Chris Govias, Former Chief of Design, Canadian Digital Service
Laurah Mah, Senior IT Manager, Shopify