January 2016 Seminar: Human Capital – The Last Differentiator

Summary

How do you keep your skills relevant in an ever-changing environment? Can Social Knowledge Management provide answers?

As we adapt to new workplace challenges (or opportunities) at a time when organisations are looking to increase productivity and make savings through automating routine work, we need to think about the ’human differentiator‘; in essence, ensuring that we are all still employable!

In this interactive presentation, Social KM expert Rooven Pakkiri, discussed how we can transform the way we engage in our work, with radical strategies based on ‘Social Learning’, ‘Talent Insights’ and ‘Decision Sourcing’. As we move forward, a key differentiator of successful organisations will be whether and how they are able to leverage in a consistent way the talent and knowledge of their workforces so as to meet their objectives. Companies that are bound by tradition and hierarchy will struggle to compete. This session prompted us to consider how we fit within this changing environment and how we can continue to learn new skills and remain relevant.

Speaker

Rooven Pakkiri works with clients to deliver sustained adoption strategies for collaboration platforms such as Yammer, Jive and Connections. His focus is on engagement (often through HR) with the business managers in an organisation. Together they design, develop and deploy a highly customised Social KM road map that revolves around the use of the social tool set in order to solve client-specific business/organisation problems or to address current opportunities. Everything Rooven does is led by business/organisation requirements and user adoption and not by the features and functions of the chosen collaboration technology.

A veteran of the dot.com era, Rooven is a digital evangelist who focuses on the way technology changes organisational communication and collaboration. He is an author and regular speaker on the subject of Social Knowledge Management and how it is transforming the corporate rule book. Rooven is also the co-founder of a regular thought leadership event in London at which independent thinkers discuss issues of user adoption and cultural transformation.

As a Social KM consultant, Rooven is responsible for developing client-specific adoption strategies and immersion programs. As part of this process Rooven employs a number of techniques such as scenario modelling, content seeding, champion identification and community development.

Time and Venue

2pm on Tuesday 19 January 2016, The British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS

Pre Event Information

None

Slides

Rooven’s slides can be fund at www.slideshare.net/Rooven/icon-uk-2015.
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Tweets

#netikx77

Blog

See our blog report: Trust and Integrity in Information
Blog posts by Lissi Corfield and Conrad Taylor can be found at netikx.wordpress.com

Study Suggestions

Article on Global Trust in Media: https://digiday.com/media/global-state-trust-media-5-charts/
A link to a recording of Rooven’s talk (recorded and edited by Conrad Taylor) can be found below.
NetIKX_Jan2015.mp3