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Tuesday, July 30 2019

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All day
11:00 am
What’s old is new again. Three-quarters of organizations are involved in digital transformations in 2019. However, organizations have come to realize that off-the-shelf solutions and investments in technology can wreak havoc or require tedious rework without a firm process, data, and analytics foundation. Hence, all things data and measurement are once again coming to the forefront of organization’s priorities.  
To gain a greater understanding APQC recently conducted a survey that explored the current state of data & analytics programs—including reporting structures, applications, responsibilities, engagement tactics, and measures of success.
Join us for a webinar on Tuesday, July 30 at 11:00 am CDT as APQC’s Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland and Andrea Stroud discuss the findings from our recent survey and explore:
  • What type of structure do analytics programs have? 
  • What are the measures used to track success?
  • How effective are they at meeting the business’s needs? 
  • What factors drive their effectiveness?


  • Speakers: Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland and Andrea Stroud, APQC
  • Date: Tuesday, July 30
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CDT
  • Cost: Complimentary for APQC members

Join APQC’s Principal Research Lead, Elissa Tucker for a report out of initial findings from APQC’s survey on engagement and the employee experience.

Attendees will learn about the survey results related to:

  • Engagement levels and spending
  • Engagement priorities and challenges
  • Adoption of the latest engagement practices:
    • Employee Listening—pulse surveys, net promoter scores, social chatter
    • Employee Experience—design thinking, personas, experience maps
    • Analytics—sentiment analysis, linkage analysis, prediction
  • The role of leaders and managers in engaging employees

Register now to hear how organizations today are engaging employees in their work.


  • Date: Tuesday, July 30
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. CDT
  • Duration: 1 hour 
  • Cost: Complimentary
  • Presenter: Elissa Tucker, APQC

Over the last seven years, UN-Habitat, the UN programme for sustainable cities has developed the Block by Block methodology in collaboration with Mojang, the makers of Minecraft. Block by Block uses Minecraft, one of the world’s most popular video games, as an easy-to-use co-creation tool that anyone can use to sketch their urban design ideas and present them to decision-makers.

Join APQC and Pontus Westerberg from UN-Habitat as he presents the methodology and gives examples of successful projects from all over the world.

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 30 at 11:00 AM CDT

Duration: One Hour

Cost: Complimentary

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