Digital Leadership Panel – highlights and sketchnotes #disruptmelb
While many organisations are working through what it means to be a digital workplace, are many thinking about what it means to be a digital leader. With it’s many tools and challenges, the digital workplace is here, but it could be leadership which makes the difference between average and awesome.
At the Digital Leadership Panel on Wednesday 28 March presented by Ripple Effect Group and hosted by ANZ in Docklands, digital workplace leaders discussed the topic:
The digital workplace is more than just tools. It’s the new way of doing things, but it doesn’t change the basics of how humans interact.
"We've got an intranet, we're a #digitalworkplace." Who agrees? What makes that a digital workplace? #disruptmelb
— Jakkii Musgrave (@slybeer) March 29, 2017
We want leaders who are authentic, timely and consistent. The digital workplace can facilitate this.
Digital leaders need to have personality! Let go of control and loosen up – be #authentic – be #human – love it! #DisruptMelb
— Stella Walsh (@stellaswalsh) March 29, 2017
Trust is key – earning it, building it, having it.
#disruptmelb Digital Leadership: Trust is very important – how do we trust someone in the social network?
— Dr Rajna Ogrin 💉 (@Rajna_O) March 29, 2017
Critical thinking is more important than ever. Read widely. Seek out views that don’t match your own.
#disruptmelb @euan avoid faux news by being more critical, thoughtful, responsible & listen to others views by avoiding echo chambers
— Lyn Murnane (@boffin66) March 29, 2017
Return on investment is more about opportunity cost, than financial gain. What is the value?
'Whats the ROI of Digital transformation/Digital Leadership? Explain the ROI of NOT doing it!!!' #disruptMelb #DigitalTransformation #WOL
— Cat Jardine (@orangecattyjar) March 29, 2017
Tweets captured from the Melbourne event:
- Panel: Leadership in the Digital Organisation – Jakkii Musgrave
- Digital Leadership Panel: #DisruptMelb – Moments by @PeteGrzyb
Tweets from the Sydney event:
New favourite term:
‘case study porn’@euan #disruptmelb
— Rebecca Jackson 🤓 レベッカ (@RebeccaJLJ) March 29, 2017