Mon-Tue, May 8-9, 2017
Elisabeth Center Antwerp, FMCCA
80+ Sessions, all in English.
TOP speakers from all over the world!
5 Tracks: Business & Strategy, Development, Administration & Deployment, Emerging Technologies and new Big Data & Analytics
Silverside is proud to sponsor this great European event. Especially this years edition as we will launch our PACE Online platform with the first module: the Collaborative Culture Assessment. This year we have four sessions:
Com05. The birth of PACE Online: From brainstorm to launch during Engage
Monday, May 8 | 14:45 – 15:30 | B. Okapi 2
Silverside is known for her PACE methodology to increase User Adoption of Microsoft and IBM platforms. PACE Online is the new platform to make these proven services and accumulated knowledge available and accessible to everyone—from wherever they are, and at a price point that makes sense.
This session will be the official launch of the first module of PACE Online: The Collaborative Culture Assessment. With this online survey we can automatically produce a specific report on your company culture and behaviour including a tailored advice for your User Adoption approach.
In this session Frans and Roland will share the ideas and concept behind the PACE Online platform, a live demonstration of the first module, the roadmap ahead and a technical peek under the hood.
Str12. Kawasaki’s collaboration journey at motor speed
Tuesday, May 9 | 14:45 – 15:05 | B. Okapi 2
Adm11. What about Docker?
Monday, May 8 | 16:00 – 16:20 | A. Okapi 3
Gert van Kempen
Str22. Change behaviour, one tiny habit at a time (Round Table)
Monday, May 8 | 17:00 – 17:30 | Table 2 Gorilla 1
Particularly with a social collaboration and communication platform employees can be dazzled with all the possibilities and the huge change it requires of them. For such a transformation you need more than training ‘how’ to use a tool, or even ‘why’ to use it. Tooling is the technology-push that makes new ways of working possible, but it does not make me change my work habits. To effectively change or start behaviour requires practice and we need to take small steps that are easy to do. Follow me along in how to make change possible through practising tiny habits. Learn about how this fits in the whole spectrum of user adoption strategies. Share your experiences and feedback with each other.