Diane presented at the Step Two DEX 2019 conference on using visual artefacts to improve stakeholder support. Diane is from Internal Communications at the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
Monique from Internal Communications at the ATO talked about how she and her team introduced humour as a way of challenging thinking and getting people to rethink their work at the ATO. Monique’s session was after the morning break at the Step Two DEX 2019 conference in Sydney.
Pete from NRMA spoke about their journey to DEX at the Step Two DEX 2019 Conference in Sydney.
The Step Two DEX2019 conference started this morning. Christy Punch provided the opening keynote with her talk on Delivering a Seamless and Integrated Experience – about the move to micro-services at Wells Fargo.
Graphic designer Takayuki Yoshida developed a concept video for a Tokyo crosswalk (called a zebra crossing down here) at night. It’s not real yet; it’s just an idea … but what an imaginative re-think of crosswalk safety for pedestrians. Clearly it would work best in the absence of […]
Our brains are a marvellous creation, offering resources for retaining memories, making connections between ideas, and coordinating both gross and fine motor movements across our bodies. We put our brains into focused mode when we want to get something done, and with the right energy sources and stimulation, […]
DEX 2019 starts in Sydney in a week. I’m almost ready to head across, with one list still to prepare. And it’s not too late to get a ticket for the conference, although you’ll need to move fast now.
Office-bound workers rely on their brains for much of the value they deliver. And unfortunately, we’re not very good at looking after our heads – neither at work or home.
It’s been said that employees are more engaged with a meeting when they are on video rather than as voice only. There’s a ring of truth to that assertion. But there’s a dangerous under current too.
John McGuigan presented in 2009 on the path to sustainable adoption for Salesforce. A decade later, his core argument is still completely current and up-to-date.