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future of work
A unique opportunity to align your executive, design and technology teams.
At this 2-day on-site seminar your team will accquire powerful insights and strategies to exploit the trends enabling the future of work.

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1. Work is Changing.
And Fast.

  • The three forces impacting work today
    - Welcome to the Postnormal economy
    - Discontinuous, decentralized and distributed: The 3D workforce
    - The new scale of computing: mobile devices and cloud computing
  • Who, Where, What
    - From resource to talent: the changing picture of the workforce
    - Goodbye to cubeland: implications of the new workspace
    - Impact of consumerization and mobility on work
    - Influence of social web
    - A real world look at emerging workspaces

2. Think Social Business.
         Towards a social architecture for the enterprise.

  • Wired to connect: we are social animals
  • Markets/constituencies are conversations: the rise of social media
  • Pull versus push: the fall of broadcast and what it means for work
  • The power of weak ties and the social web
  • Becoming a social business: a workaday model
    - Social media becomes social marketing
    - Customer support goes social
    - Working out loud: Enterprise social networks
    - Social integration with enterprise applications
  • Mobile and social: two sides of one coin



3. Is the new workspace a place?
       
The collision of offline and online.

  • Looking at new use cases for physical and virtual workspaces
  • Designing for face-to-face collaboration, co-creation, and serendipity
  • Mobile means always with us not out of the office
  • From privacy to publicy: Transparency and openness
  • The new meeting: from anywhere with anyone at anytime
  • Collaborative online work spaces



4. Who are you? The rise of personal brands.

  • Why CVs may not matter anymore
  • Connectivity and rich profiles
  • Social presence, profiles, and following
  • Three roles of content for knowledge workers:
    - Consumer, curator and creator


5. Enabling the digital workplace: Pulling it together.

  • Synchronous and asynchronous cowork
  • Accessibility and mobility: Supporting a distributed workforce
  • Cooperative and collaborative cultures
  • The 5 C’s of the workspace of the future:
    - Communicating
    - Connecting
    - Curating
    - Coordinating
    - Co-creating
  • Next generation work media tools
    - From productivity to innovation
    - Enterprise social platforms
      Microsoft Yammer/Office 365/Sharepoint/IBM Connections
    - Purposeful workflows - Jive, Podio and others
    - Curation: Honey.is and others
    - Virtual meeting and telepresence: What's new



6. Social business intelligence.
       
Accelerating knowledge and flow.

  • Listening hard: Social data and analytics
  • Information management: Folksonomies and enterprise semantics
  • Socializing enterprise applications
  • Social policies and e-governance/security

7. Real world Digital Workplaces. The future, now.
     A review of real world implementations -  the big ideas,
     the benefits, the gotchas and lessons learned.

  • Growing & Learning: Social Talent Management
  • Social Business: Human-centered business process
  • Collaborative Innovation: Co-creating
  • Building: Lean, Agile, Social Development

8. Leading the future of work.
        
Social business maturity.

  • The new job of the leader in a connected world
  • Social business  culture and values
  • Operating in a fast-and-loose economy
  • Managing the 3D workforce
  • Innovating in management and why it matters
  • New metrics for productivity, innovation and progress

Who should attend

Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Vice President/Director IS
Chief Innovation Officer
Chief Digital Officer
Strategic Planner
Director, Government 2.0
VP/Director, Workspace
VP/Director, Social Business
VP/Director, Collaboration
VP/Director, Enterprise Mobility
VP/Director, Enterprise Infrastructure
Enterprise Architect
Information Systems Manager
Business Architect
IS/Technology Architect
Knowledge Management Specialist
Project Manager/Leader
Information Architect
Business Analyst
Enterprise Information Manager

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 2-Day Executive Session
Course fees
Small teams
(5 to 9 participants: fee per participant). Large teams inquire for additional discount.

$ 1895
Early enrollment
4 weeks prior to session date.

$ 1950
Regular enrollment
Must be received one day prior to session. No participant will be admitted into the course without prior payment arrangement.

$ 1970
Applicable taxes extra. All prices are in USD.

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Group discounts do not apply for customized courses. Educational sessions scheduled outside continental United States and Canada are subject to a 20% surcharge on tuition fees.

Cancellations are accepted up to two weeks prior to the course. A $100 service charge will be applied.
Please obtain a cancellation number from us to confirm.  Late cancellations will not be refunded, but enrollment fees may be credited to any future Intervista course, seminar or conference anywhere in North America. Substitutions may be made at any time.

Intervista Institute reserves the right to postpone, cancel or change scheduled dates or venues, as well as the right to substitute instructors with other highly qualified experts. Participants that cannot attend a rescheduled course and have paid for the course, will be entitled to a full refund or credit for another course.

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Program Overview

1. Work is Changing
2. Social Enterprise Architecture
3. Is the new workspace a place?
4. Who are you? Talent Branding
5. The Digital Workplace
6. Social Business Intelligence
7. Real World Digital Workplaces
8. Leading the Future of Work

Course leader

Steve BoydStowe Boyd
My focus is the future of work, and the tectonic forces pushing business, media, and society into an unclear and accelerating postnormal era. I consider myself a web anthropologist and futurist.

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