Learn from real-world examples how market leaders have successfully constructed collaborative cultures using technology
San Jose, Calif., Sept. 27, 2016
Prysm, Inc., the cloud-based visual workplace company, announced today that it will host a complimentary live webinar: “Driving Adoption of Transformative Technologies,” featuring Tammy Erickson, a widely-respected authority on leadership and the changing workforce. The webinar takes place on October 4, 2016 at noon ET, and registration is free.
This one-hour informative webinar will specifically cover:
- How to define your strategy and business case for the investment in collaboration technologies
- How to align organizational processes and structure to promote adoption
- Case studies of market leaders who have constructed collaborative cultures using technology
“Although 69 percent of CIOs and 61 percent of CEOs support and/or are actively engaged in digital business initiatives, adoption of digital technology by employees remains problematic,” said Tammy Erickson, CEO, Tammy Erickson Associates. “During this webinar, we will explore how to set your company up for a successful technology implementation that connects the internal efforts of employees and extends the organization’s reach to customers, partners and suppliers.”
Erickson will be joined by David Schweer, director of product marketing at Prysm, who will share examples of companies that have successfully implemented transformative collaboration technologies.
Also supporting this webinar is the “Adopting Transformative Technologies Will Drive Collaboration in the Digital Workplace” whitepaper authored by Erickson and Timothy Bevins that highlights how new approaches to collaboration can help employees better relate to their jobs and their goals so they can see the rewards and will feel more motivated to contribute. The full paper can be downloaded here.
For more information and to register for the webinar, click here.
About Prysm, Inc.
Prysm is helping companies define a new way of work. One where applications, content, video conferencing and the Web can all be easily combined into a visual workspace where teams can create, edit and share. These interactive workspaces are stored in the cloud and available on any sized screen. Prysm’s Visual Workplace solutions span from executive briefing center to home office — and every size workplace in between. Today, Prysm powers many companies in the Fortune 1000 and our customers are leaders in all industries including technology, energy, finance, healthcare, media and universities. To define your company’s new way of work, visit prysm.com.
Visual Workplace is a trademark and Prysm is a registered trademark of Prysm, Inc. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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