We are happy to share with you the date of our upcoming Regional Event in Copenhagen on the topic of Losing control versus gaining relevance.
Date: Tuesday 16th May 2017
Time: 16.00 – 18.30
Location: Kommunikation & Sprog, Hauser Plads 20, 3., 1127 Kbh. K.
Losing control versus gaining relevance?
Choose new paths for your internal communication. Global intranets and internal social media like Yammer and Workplace will become a must for the international companies of the future.
Due to new technological possibilities, internal communication is undergoing rapid development that will change it forever. The development is a democratisation process, i.e. internal communication is following in the footsteps of our private communication: Mass emails with bunches of CCs will be replaced by feeds and apps.
But what are the pitfalls of focusing on social media for internal communication? Will companies dare to open their social media platforms and let their employees communicate freely? And how can digital platforms support knowledge sharing and co-creation across work functions, organisational boundaries and physical locations in different countries and cultures?
We are delighted to announce our speakers:
*Åsa Degermark, Head of Communications, GF Strategy and Technology, Ericsson AB
Åsa holds the position as Head of Communication at Ericsson’s unit for strategy and technology, managing the units internal and external communication globally. She has 17 years of experience from B2B marketing and communications and she has been instrumental in the company’s digital evolution of communication. In 2015, she was awarded for “Best internal event” in Sweden for the R&D Digital Summit, a 100% real time digital communication experience for Ericsson’s 3000 R&D leaders.
*Helle Helgren, Corporate Editor, Stakeholder Communications & Sustainability, Velux
*Simon Warnich, Senior Consultant, Communication & Social Media, BDO
The event will be free of charge compliments of the EACD, K1 and Kommunikation & Sprog. If you have any further questions, please don#t hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).