On-demand webinar

Change in the workplace has accelerated rapidly. Removing our workforces from the comfort of our offices has presented an evolving and unique set of challenges. Perhaps we haven’t been enabling collaboration as well as we thought.

This moment offers a real opportunity for leaders to take action and set their teams up for future success. Join us for a 50-minute webinar featuring Forrester VP & Principal Analyst James McQuivey who will share insights from his research on this topic.

In this webinar we cover:

  • What lessons have we learned so far in this remote work period, and how can we apply these lessons to plan for future success?

  • How do employees feel motivated in a remote-first world, and how can tools help us accelerate individual engagement?

  • Beyond tools and technology - what cultural shifts need to happen?

  • How can you enable your workforce to work the way they want, now and into the future?



James L. McQuivey

Vice President, Principal Analyst at Forrester

James serves CMOs. He is the foremost analyst tracking and defining the power and impact of digital disruption on traditional businesses. His consumer models identify the ways consumers have embraced digital experiences and platforms, and his strategy models help companies prepare to serve those consumers. He applies this knowledge to a wide variety of industries, from consumer media to consumer technology, from financial services to retail and consumer products. In February 2013, James published his book Digital Disruption: Unleashing the Next Wave of Innovation.


David Stafford

Head of Enterprise Solutions at Dropbox

David Stafford is Head of Solutions for Dropbox where he is responsible for defining strategies to help Dropbox customers achieve success in the areas of collaboration, employee empowerment and productivity.  Prior to Dropbox, David spent 5 years at VMware as Director of End User Computing and 15 years advancing enterprise IT at industry leaders including Cisco Systems and Dow Corning.

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