VISION 2021 a Game Changer for Organisations Intent on Transforming with Their Modern WorkForce
WorkForce Software solution experts, partners, and customers came together the first week of November for VISION 2021 to discuss the needs of the modern workforce. Over the course of two days and nine sessions offered across multiple time zones, we provided an in-depth look at our workforce management solutions, and the trends and imperatives facing organisations as you look to create competitive momentum with your greatest asset — your modern workforce.
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Here’s a recap from the event:
We’re All in This Together!
Team culture is essential to success, especially given all the challenges and uncertainty we’re experiencing these days. In this keynote, leadership and team performance expert Mike Robbins touched on two key elements of his work — authenticity and appreciation — that help teams to come together, overcome adversity, and perform at their best, especially in stressful times.
Modern Workforce Management: Your Key to Business Transformation
We learned from Joe Ross, Chief Product Officer, about recent advancements to the WorkForce Suite that we have accelerated in response to the remarkable changes we’ve all endured over the past 18 months. Joe shared our ongoing vision for helping businesses around the world engage employees and leverage data to deliver desired outcomes.
WorkForce Experience: Employee Communications that Create Valuable Workplace Bonds
Two-way, real-time communication and easy access to the tools employees and managers need to get their work done can make all the difference. Marc Gingras, SVP, Employee Experience Strategy, spoke about what everyone is talking about — improving employee experience. Learn what WorkForce Software has done to provide you with the tools to do just that.
Boosting Performance with WorkForce Tasks, Time, and Absence
Adam Lumley, Director of Product Management, and Marc Gingras spoke about WorkForce Suite’s time, attendance, absence, and task management capabilities — and how new templated configuration options can help your company accelerate your ability to support changing requirements and business expansion, no matter what gets thrown your way.
Growing Your Value from the WorkForce Suite Beyond Initial Implementation
Our Continuous Services and Value Proposition team members, Dennis Tuttle, Ryan Perry, and Taressa George addressed how to ensure the WorkForce Software platform continues to evolve with your needs to better support your organisation and its employees.
Staying Ahead of the Competition with Forecasting & Rostering for Multiple Employee Groups
James Love, Director of Product Operations, and Dan Hadley, Director, Solution Consultants, discussed and demonstrated how the full portfolio of WorkForce Rostering products meet the different needs of your diverse global workforce while enabling new levels of flexibility requested by workers today.
WorkForce Intelligence — Leveraging Data to Make Smarter Decisions Faster
Jon Olson, Director, Product Management, highlighted how the WorkForce Suite’s executive-level, operational dashboards and dynamic KPIs can be harnessed by professionals to make more strategic, data-informed decisions that positively impact the workplace. Rachael Stewart, Product Manager, demonstrated how our integrations framework and the new capabilities we’ve been adding to extend our platform ecosystem give you a better way to leverage the valuable data captured in our system.
Planning a Successful Workforce Implementation
Hope Bartgis, VP, Global Services, and Betsey Vecchiarelli, PMO Director, shared our formula for success through best practices, experiences, and activities to consider as you embark and progress through implementation.
People-Centered Workforce Transformation: Enabling the 4 Essential Pillars
A group of experts from Workforce Insight shared their knowledge about how leading organisations recognize that investments in technology alone will not deliver people-centered workforce transformation required to enable engaged, data-driven cultures of continuous improvement. They shared how Workforce Software clients are leveraging a more holistic framework that aligns workforce strategy, process, and technology to address unanticipated shifts in labour demand and industry complexities while meeting employee experience goals.
All sessions are available for viewing through February 3, 2022. If you did not get a chance to attend VISION 2021, register here to get full access to all the on-demand sessions and supporting collateral.
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