Information Technology Peer Group Web Meeting 

Delivering the Future Workspace: From Technology to the Employee Experience 
July 21, 2020 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
How to deliver the most engaging and productive workspace for your organization? 
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The health and safety of our members is the UWEBC’s top priority. UW–Madison is monitoring the COVID-19 situation in collaboration with local, state and federal agencies. Based on campus' guidance, this meeting will be held via web only to allow our members a convenient and safe way to attend.

COVID-19 has arguably had the biggest impact on organizational digital transformation. While remote work was already getting momentum and growing in popularity, the pandemic almost overnight converted a vast majority of global employees to remote workers. Some organizations found themselves able to make this quick transition, while many others were thrown into disarray. Months later, most organizations have developed sufficient capacity to at least “keep the lights on” and keep the business moving. Yet, there is much to be done to prepare the organization to fully embrace remote work and enjoy the overwhelming benefits it brings.

The July IT Peer Group of the Consortium will examine ways to create the remote workspaces of the future. We will address such thorny issues as technology, workflows, security, compliance and of course culture and management. Thought leaders and experts from across the country will join us to share strategies to help drive meaningful and sustainable change that drives value to customers while maintaining an engaged and empowered workforce. This is an excellent opportunity to be inspired, to learn from organizations that have already successfully made this transformation and also collaboratively develop solutions to the many unique challenges we face on this journey. Please join your peers to pave the way for the future success of our great Wisconsin companies.

 
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