Webinar: The New Social Business Intranet
“If you build it, they might come…but will they stay and engage?”
Gloria Burke is Chief Knowledge Officer (“CKO”) at Unisys and is responsible for the development of the company’s Enterprise Social Business strategy and supporting social culture adoption initiatives. Gloria also leads the visionary team responsible for the evolution of the company’s social intranet environment that hosts its authoritative knowledge base and collaborative work spaces. She serves as chairperson of the company’s Knowledge & Collaboration Stakeholders Council and Intranet Steering Committee. In addition to her role as CKO, Gloria also serves as Global Portfolio Leader for the Unified Social Business Practice at Unisys and is one of the company’s senior thought leaders on Enterprise Social Business and Culture Transformation.
Gloria was named by Information Week Magazine as #2 of the Top Ten Social Business Leaders of 2013 and was also recognized in this list in 2012. She is a published author and a frequent blogger on social technologies, which have been featured on Unisys.com and in Social Media Today. She is a seasoned conference presenter and panelist on these topics.
Joel Confino is the CEO and founder of Haydle, an enterprise Q&A company that helps organizations capture knowledge. Prior to founding Haydle about 2 years ago, he spent the past 15 years building custom enterprise software at various Fortune 500 companies as a consultant in the Philadelphia area. He has a master’s of software engineering degree from Penn State University and is a published journal author.
Transforming to an enterprise social business platform is a complex undertaking and requires a clear strategic vision, objectives and goals, leadership and stakeholder alignment, and a compelling case for change in order to secure adequate funding and resourcing. It also requires the ability to identify and prioritize business issues and requirements in order to build a holistic, end-to-end implementation road map, leveraging the right mix of social technologies, employee engagement and integration with business processes in order to derive the maximum ROI from social technologies.
Gloria Burke, Chief Knowledge Officer of Unisys shares the company’s award-winning framework and approach to enterprise social business transformation that enabled its 23,000 globally-dispersed employees to connect, share and learn via a common enterprise-wide collaborative social platform.