THE FUTURE OF IT. ALL IN A MORNING
THE WEBINAR HAS BEEN AND GONE BUT DON’T PANIC! YOU CAN CATCH IT BELOW.
WATCH THE RECAP
GET A FREE DIGITAL CULTURE REVIEW
Our free CPIT Digital Culture Review runs through your businesses digital systems and processes, so we can outline how and where we can help your team work smarter and drive your digital culture and cloud based digital working. This now includes a review of the tools you need to let your staff work remotely and empower your teams to keep it ‘business as usual’ during self isolation.
Oh, and did we mention it’s COMPLETELY FREE?
20th March 2020: 9am-11am
Everyone’s talking about Digital Culture – but what the heck do they mean? Learn how digital culture tools can help your team work from anywhere, anytime. This has never been more important than with what is going on with Corona.
For MDs, CEOs, Founders and CFOs – if your business has more than 20 or so staff, then this event is for you! (The event is a geek-free zone, and is about people and solutions. However we can summon some of our IT geeks if you want to talk tech.)
09.00 Paul Hayes, Cloud & Operations Director, CPIT:
Welcome and scene setting
09.20 Abi Bown, Chief Digital Officer, CP:
Digital Culture – 4th Industrial Revolution/Generational workforces
9.45 Richard Ellis, Leader Microsoft UK:
Digital Transformation and AI – It’s already here
10.15 Panel Q+A
Due to Corona, this event has now been changed to live stream – which is a perfect demonstration of Teams and our flexible working solutions!
The webinar link will be emailed to you after registration.
Cloud & Operations Director – CPIT
I’ve been in IT for over 25 years, 4 of which have been with Cooper Parry. I absolutely love technology and the way it’s always changing, I’m a real geek!
Technology has become the backbone of nearly every industry across the world and those companies who really embrace innovation really do have a chance to change their industry forever.
Chief Digital Officer – CPIT
Passionate about the digital future and the opportunities it brings to transform businesses and peoples’ lives, Abi has swapped the corporate rat-race for shaping a digital culture which is disrupting an industry.
Whether you are a digital native or a digital immigrant – is your mindset creating a digital culture where your people and your clients thrive?
Small, Medium & Corporate Customer Leader – Microsoft UK
Richard’s focused on helping customers and partners of all sizes leverage Microsoft technologies to drive digital transformation. He’s responsible for Microsoft’s engagement with the UK’s SMB and Corporate customers to help enable innovation and growth through our technology and cloud services.
Richard has been at Microsoft for the last 7 years, previously leading the Office division managing the go-to-market strategy, product management and P&L performance of the business in the UK. Prior to joining Microsoft Richard held a number of leadership role at companies including Yammer, Autonomy and Iron Mountain Digital.
WATCH THE CATCHUP
Got FOMO? Don’t worry – you can view the all the questions, answers and thoughts in our recap of the event.
WHAT IS DIGITAL CULTURE?
For most of us, it’s just the stuff of life. It’s with us every day in every way, from the internet and PCs to smartphones and TVs. It shapes how we behave, think, interact and communicate with people. At home. At work. At leisure. User-generated content is a digital cultural phenomenon. We don’t even think about it.
WHY IT MATTERS TO YOUR BUSINESS?
A flourishing Digital Culture means that we are better networked and collaborate more. Productivity booms and engagement smashes through the roof. Get this right in business and you accelerate to the superhighway of digital adoption. You steal a march on your competition. You work smarter. Better than that, humans and tech complement each other rather than squaring up in a surreal stand-off.
As a result, your business is more outward looking and bolder in its decision-making (it’s OK to take risks, fail fast, learn and go again). There is less planning and more actions. Things get done.
“When CEOs lead digital transformation, adoption hits 80%. When they don’t, it’s a pathetically poor 10%.”
WHERE TO START?
We’re at this cool point of tectonic change in activities and behaviours. You need to have your tech in place to support your journey. And your Digital Strategy must be aligned to your vision. Think about how and where you want your people to work and collaborate. Then factor into your plan the adoption of your chosen tech (as this can be a real pain point).
HOW WE CAN HELP
Well, we’re on this journey ourselves. And we have been for over 25 years. So we won’t give you tech manual to digest, instead we’ll collaborate and participate with you to make it happen. The thing is, a strong Digital Culture is a sign of high-performance. Jump on board. Hit the gas. Be there on 20th March.
BURNING QUESTIONS. ANSWERED WITHOUT GOBBLEDYGOOK
Are you tracking your financial data and is it at your fingertips? The tech is there – using it is the issue.
How can you boost your teams’ engagement in your vision through collaborative tech, as well as improve comms between the different generations of your workforce.
Want to help your teams work smarter and harder but NOT longer? Double whammy cost savings and make sure your teams make life count too.
Are your IT team telling you about digital solutions? Or are they paranoid about rocking the boat?
Fancy getting the tech edge over your competitors? PS. Chances are some of them are reading this too!
Want to maximise the value in your tech? Most companies don’t know they have game changer tech already at their disposal.
And with the Q&A, you can ask your burning questions too!