“Better Together with Alleo and Member of the Board & Investor at DEKOM AG, Jörg Weisflog” Hosted by Glenn Wastyn of Alleo
Join us as we listen to two industry experts – Richard Edwards, Owner of Quatreus, ltd. and Glenn Wastyn, Director, Europe and Middle East at Alleo – discuss what hybrid is perceived as verses what it should be.
Dive deep into the world of collaboration with two industry experts – David Schweer, Vice President, Product Marketing at Sitecore and Darrin Brooks, Sr. Director of Partnerships at Alleo – on the next episode of our live-video series.
In this upcoming episode of our podcast, we’re excited to introduce our newest product, Alleo, and the revolutionary deep collaboration canvas it offers. Our guest for the episode is Gary Kayye from rAVe agency, a leading expert in the AV industry. Together, we’ll be discussing how Alleo’s collaboration canvas is set to change the way teams work together, both in the office and remotely. With its intuitive interface and cutting-edge technology, Alleo makes it easy for teams to share ideas and work together seamlessly, no matter where they are.
Guest: Anders Karlsson – CEO of Humly
As we are more and more comfortable getting our individual work done from home, the need to go to the office is changing and so its purpose needs to be reinvented. The office needs to add value to team work, to socialize, engage, ideate and collaborate with others. This transformation has to go hand-in-hand with individual preparations and has to embrace those who cannot join in a hybrid format. The outcome is that the office is being or has to redesigned for this purpose. No longer do we need open plan offices with rows of desks, but with more creative and inviting collaboration spaces.
Guest: Wim De Vos, owner at Genesis Technologies
As we were pushed into home office due to the COVID pandemic a tsunami of investments took place to catch up with the needs to keep business and team work afloat. Solutions like Teams and Zoom were critical to overcome this first stage and hardware manufactures for headsets and cameras flourished. However, now that we have embraced the technology and are moving from minimalistic survival back to a focus on quality, the simple communication are not always able to close the gap. Furthermore, a remote and hybrid meeting etiquette is needed, much like our regular face-to-face meeting etiquette, to optimally work together in this new reality. Wim De Vos has been on the technology forefront when it comes to visual communication and the last 15 years focusing on in-home solutions. From entertainment, automation, security and office. The ideal person to cover some of the lessons learned during this transition.
Guest: Till Gotterbarm, Product Management and Strategic Partnerships EMEA
Just like face-to-face interactions differ culturally so do virtual meetings. How people behave, speak, move, converse is not easy to grasp in a single language, let alone across multiple cultural and linguistic barriers. In a face-to-face environment the body language and facial expressions can help overcome some of the confusion, but in a virtual setup this supporting information is limited. Therefore remote work in an international setting adds complexity. Beyond the language the meeting etiquette is also different and the way people do business in general can impact how and when to use remote communication tools.