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Telecoms, Media and Technology, Finance

The New Digital Workplace

Building a Culture of Collaboration Through Technology Integration

London |
Speakers include:
Chris Nuttall

Chris Nuttall

Financial Times

Overview

Technology is evolving at an unprecedented speed, and businesses need to keep up. Banks are becoming increasingly technology-driven. To achieve this, they must find new ways of enhancing internal collaboration while remaining agile.  Are banks’ business models sustainable enough in a tough and fast changing market environment? How can they ensure that teams across the organisation understand and adapt to a new culture of collaboration? What opportunities and challenges will digitally integrated workplaces create? Are banks ready to change their traditional methods and adopt collaborative tools?

This confidential editorial dinner, hosted by the Financial Times in partnership with Jive Software, will gather Heads of Communication, Human Resources, Change and Transformation to share their experiences in adopting collaborative tools to improve internal communication. They will discuss the extent to which they are embracing digital technology, how they develop a coherent collaboration strategy as well as best practice strategies to make teams more cooperative and productive.

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Agenda - 29th Nov

  • 6:00pm
    Drinks reception
  • 6:15pm
    Welcome remarks from FT
  • 8:00pm
    Closing remarks from FT
  • 8:00pm
    Discussion commences over dinner

CHAIR (1)

Chris Nuttall

Chris Nuttall

Technology Media Telecoms News Editor
Financial Times

Chris Nuttall is the Technology Media Telecoms News Editor, working within the Companies section at the Financial Times. Previously, he worked on new FT services: developing newsletters, including #techFT, FT Opening Quote and First FT, and as a writer on fastFT, the breaking news service. He returned to London in 2013 after nine years in the San Francisco bureau, where he was Technology Correspondent and a personal tech columnist. He joined the FT in 2001 on FT Marketwatch - a forerunner to fastFT.
Prior to joining the FT, he was at the BBC for 17 years, where he served as a foreign correspondent in Ankara, Colombo and Washington. He was World Editor at the founding of the BBC News website, before becoming the broadcaster’s first Internet Correspondent.
Mr Nuttall won the award for telecoms reporting at the 2000 Business Journalist of the Year Awards, while at the Sunday Business newspaper, and was the Senior Writer on the European edition of the Industry Standard magazine. He began his career in journalism in 1978, after graduating from University College London with a degree in English Literature.

PRESENTED BY (1)

Financial Times Live (FT Live) is the global conferences and events division of the Financial Times Group. Chaired by senior journalists from the Financial Times Group, the summits, conferences, awards and strategic forums organised by FT Live gather the world’s brightest minds and most influential decision-makers.

Exclusive on-stage interviews, stimulating presentations and lively panel debates – available on multiple content platforms – provide the cutting-edge insights, unique personalities and peer audience engagement that have the power to transform finance, business, politics, society and culture.

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. In 2016 the FT passed a significant milestone in its digital transformation as digital and services revenues overtook print revenues for the first time. The FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of more than 910,000 and makes 60% of revenues from its journalism.

IN ASSOCIATION WITH (1)

Jive Software, part of the Aurea family of customer experience solutions, is the leader in accelerating workplace digital transformation for organizations, enabling people to work better together. The company provides industry-leading Interactive Intranet and External Community solutions that connect people, information and ideas to help businesses outpace their competitors. With more than 30 million users worldwide and customers in virtually every industry, Jive is consistently recognized as a leader by top analyst firms, including Gartner Inc., Ovum and Aragon Research. More information can be found at www.jivesoftware.com or the Jive Blog.

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