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The Employee Experience Playbook For 2019

Modern Employee Experience Practices Are Table Stakes For The Customer-Obsessed Firm

The time has come for businesses to retire ineffective employee experience (EX) practices and develop EX programs that attract, retain, and cultivate the modern worker. This playbook helps...

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  • Report Recruit And Retain Top Digital Talent

    Intermediate Level: Hire And Keep Digitally Skilled Employees To Embed Digital Throughout Your Organization
    May 1, 2019 | Fiona Swerdlow, Martin Gill, Mike Chirokas

    Established firms, including retailers and banks, struggle to recruit and retain the brightest digital talent. To attract digital professionals, they compete directly with startups, agencies, and...

  • Report Digital Org Structures Illustrated

    Use These Eight Org Charts To Inform Your Digital Team Best Practices
    January 2, 2019 | Martin Gill

    There's no one right org chart. The answer for your business depends on a myriad of factors — go-to-market strategy, industry, digital maturity, and more. But there are emerging best practices that...

  • Report How Federated Digital Teams Drive Pace At Scale

    Organization: The Digital Experience Delivery Playbook
    August 27, 2018 | Martin Gill, Mark Grannan

    The explosion of devices, platforms, and channels means digital experience leaders face unprecedented complexity. And in a multibrand, multiregion, multiproduct business, it's easy to see why the...

  • Report The Key Characteristics Of Great Digital Business Leaders

    How Savvy Digital Business Leaders Balance Strategy, Governance, And Execution
    February 15, 2018 | Martin Gill

    Digital leaders are evolving. Yesterday's eBusiness leaders have grown into today's digital business leaders, and their focus has changed with it. They wield increasing power and, like Spider-Man,...

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