Friday 10 July | 12pm UK | 30mins Q&A
Never before have we leant so hard on technology to help us get the job done. When lockdown became an inevitability, we scrambled to take years of entrenched working practices and replicate them for a newly distributed workforce.
Patchy internet connections aside, we soon discovered the pitfalls, risks, and opportunities that remote working provides. For many, it was the hypothetical use-case made real needed to champion digital collaboration at board level. For others it exposed not only their organisation’s technological gaps, but also cultural ones.
Now, when the kitchen table is as familiar a workplace as the office desk, and dispersed working looks set to continue for the foreseeable for many, we will continue to demand more from our tools and tech. But has the massive experiment changed what we need? Will our new-found familiarity with enterprise social networks (ESNs) such as MS Teams, signal the end of the intranet? Or is there room at the kitchen table for both?
Join scarlettabbott’s head of digital Tony Stewart, senior consultant Daniel Lambie and intranet expert and co-founder of Intranet Now, Wedge, for discussion and debate as they answer your questions.