|

Thought Leadership

Photo of Diana MayOffline

High impact evolution - where do you start?

By Diana May – 1 Comment

In part two of a three-part series about digital workplace evolution, Igloo's evolution expert, Brad Rooke, describes specific elements to evolve for the greatest impact.


Photo of Dwayne WepplerOffline

In this article that was originally published in TLNT, Kristen Ruttgaizer, Director of HR at Igloo Software discusses the dos and don'ts that organizations can reference in order to effectively work with freelancers


Photo of Diana MayOffline

It's not a sprint, it's a marathon!

By Diana May – 1 Comment

In part one of a three-part series about digital workplace evolution, Igloo's evolution expert, Brad Rooke, will share his advice for maintaining momentum in your digital transformation journey.


Photo of Dwayne WepplerOffline

Kristen Ruttgaizer, Director of HR at Igloo Software discusses knowledge sharing practices in the workplace, solutions for housing all business-related communication and collaboration, self-service HR, and more.


Photo of Diana MayOffline

Executive involvement often drives prioritization and helps get things done. So why not use that power to build company culture and employee engagement in your digital workplace?


Photo of Dwayne WepplerOffline

Sean Duffy, Director, Product Management at Igloo discusses AI deployments in the workplace. A big topic for sure, Sean shares three tips for leaders looking to ensure success with future AI deployments. This article was originally featured in CMS Wire.


Photo of Diana MayOffline

Executives have got the clout to boost digital workplace engagement. They're also one of the most difficult audience groups to engage. In part one of this two-part series, we'll explore how to deliver value to your executives to increase their engagement.


Photo of Dwayne WepplerOffline

The following article on incident response planning was written by Mike Hicks, CMO, Igloo Software, and was originally published on Igloo's corporate blog, Work Rewired.


Photo of Diana MayOffline

In this final article of our three-part series about the key role of Digital Workplace Manager, Tammy Triplett of Leidos shares her secrets to executing a plan for successful engagement and adoption.


Photo of Dwayne WepplerOffline

5 Ways to Spot a Disengaged Employee

By Dwayne Weppler

Kristen Ruttgaizer, Director of HR at Igloo and bestselling author and futurist Alexandra Levit of PeopleResults share their insights on disengaged employees. This article was originally published on Igloo's blog, Work Rewired.


Search this area

About this channel

  • 9,025 views
  • 62 articles
  • 2581 followers
     

Keep up to date the latest industry and market trends.

Recent Contributors

Recent Comments

  • High impact evolutio…
    Corey Symonds says:
    Great post Diana May‍! For those customer wanting to take a deeper dive into digital workplace evolution in the areas of strategy, design, architecture and governance, please sign up for our  Learning Webinar on "Evolving Your Digital Workplace" that's available through Igloo University.
    https://customercare.igloosoftware.com/university/course_catal…
    8 minutes ago
  • Engaging executives …
    Diana May says:
    Mindy Montgomery‍ I'm so glad you're finding it useful. I'd love to hear more about how you use this tool in your discussions with Executives. It was a pleasure to meet you at the ICE conference and Vegas!
    4 days ago
  • Engaging executives …
    Mindy Montgomery says:
    This is a great article! Thank you Diana May‍ for this easy to understand communications tool!
    4 days ago
  • It's not a sprin…
    Brian McIlravey says:
    amazing post Brad Rooke‍ ....it was clear at ICE this week the value customers can get out of strategic direction and planning. I know a lot of customers enjoyed their interactions with you and came out with some solid evolve based planning. Thanks for sharing to both you and Diana May‍
    10 days ago
  • Engaging executives …
    Dan Latendre says:
    I really like this article. 
    Know your audience. When presenting to executives - remember they care about results - both ROO and ROI. They want to know how the digital workplace is improving the business. 
    Digital workplace managers should be ready (at anytime) to provide tangible proof on how the digital workplace solution is achieving its goals.…
    5 weeks ago
  • Part 1 of 3 - The Im…
    Diana May says:
    Karen Rogers‍ As we discussed - Enjoy!
    5 weeks ago
  • Part 3 of 3: From th…
    Dan Latendre says:
    Tammy Triplett‍  - I love how you broke your engagement strategy into categories - new employees, executives and remote workers. Each of these employee groups work differently and will have different needs from Prism. 
    Second, it is amazing how you focus on new employee adoption during the hiring process. This is something all companies should do.…
    8 weeks ago
  • Part 2 of 3: From th…
    Dan Latendre says:
    Awesome. Thanks for the reply!
    2 months ago
  • Part 2 of 3: From th…
    Tammy Triplett says:
    Thank you Dan Latendre‍ !  
    Yes, I attribute our success to our strategy, resourcing and execution.  Build it and they will come does not work!
    The name Prism came out of a crowdsourcing effort among our users.  The top few were analyzed and Prism was chosen because it has many facets that represent our company, brand and culture. Not only does it…
    2 months ago
  • Part 2 of 3: From th…
    Dan Latendre says:
    Tammy Triplett‍ - thanks for contributing this article! Couple of thoughts I wanted to share with you:

    I love the name Prism. It denotes transparency. Is that what you were thinking?
    I am so excited that Leidos has a digital workplace manager and is supported by strong Steering Committee.
    It is fantastic how you use the site to facilitate…
    2 months ago

Viewed 9,025 times