Bridgeall’s Public Sector Digital Transformation Forum, taking place on the 1st November, is close to being oversubscribed. Organised in collaboration with Exactive, Redspire and Microsoft, the highly interactive forum will review the digital challenges facing Scotland’s public services; the progress being made; barriers to be overcome; presenting scenarios covering the public ...

Bridgeall’s Public Sector Digital Transformation Forum, in collaboration with Exactive, Redspire and Microsoft, takes place on the 1st November, 2018. With the focus shifting from the WHY to the HOW of transformation, the highly interactive forum will review the digital challenges facing Scotland’s public services; progress being made; barriers to be overcome; presenting scenar ...

As highlighted in recent blog posts, a new wave of disruptive technologies are transforming the oil and gas industry including the cloud, social media, sensors, mobility, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, big data and analytics. Core business processes are being re-platformed, bringing together transactions and analytics in real time to be smarter, faster, and simpler; ...

As a quick follow-up to our previous post, the final speaker list for the Interactive Panel Session of the Public Sector Digital Transformation Forum, 2018 has just been announced. Facilitated by Dr. Jim Hamill, Business Fellow, University of Strathclyde Business School, speakers and panellists will include: Gerry McLafferty, IT Programme Director Scottish Government Fair Star ...

The final speaker list for our Public Sector Digital Transformation Forum, 2018 will be announced shortly. Organised by Bridgeall, Exactive, Redspire and Microsoft, the Forum will benchmark the progress being made in transforming public services in Scotland, presenting scenarios covering the digital workplace of the future. Four digital leaders from the sector will share their ...

In a recent series of blog posts, we examined the ‘hot topic’ of Digital Workplaces; work environments leveraging the full potential of technology for rethinking the way things are done, breaking free from the limits imposed by outdated systems and outdated management thinking.   Many organisations remain stuck in a pre-digital time warp; with hierarchy, bureaucracy, legacy tec ...

Used effectively, Microsoft collaboration solutions can help your organisation work better, more efficiently and effectively, through the seamless integration of hardware, apps and communication tools. This includes Microsoft Surface, Teams, Office 365 and Surface Hub – see previous posts in this series Digital Workplaces. In this post, we examine how to leverage the full poten ...

A previous blog post, Making Teamwork Work, discussed the key challenges facing organisations in helping people work together effectively - changing workers, changing lifestyles, dispersed teams, complex hierarchies. In this follow-up post, we examine how Microsoft collaboration solutions can help your organisation work better, more efficiently and effectively, through the seam ...

In recent blog posts, we argued the case for Digital Workplaces. Organisations that adopt a digital first culture, combined with strong digital leadership, can break free from the limits imposed by outdated systems and outdated management thinking. Embedding technology at the core of everything the organisation does will result in a more collaborative, cost efficient, agile, re ...

In a recent blog post, we used tag clouds to highlight the main differences between pre-digital and digital workplaces. Many organisations (probably the majority) remain stuck in a pre-digital time warp with hierarchy, bureaucracy, legacy technology, legacy management thinking, siloes, red tape and a control mentality fossilising old practices, processes and employee thinking. ...