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We’re in the process of developing a new product, which we are planning on launching at engage in May. You’re probably wondering how that’s even possible after our exciting announcement at Think in San Francisco. Well, it’s because we’ve been in overdrive to optimize our portfolio for our customers and partners. We hope you’re as pumped as we are!

engage 2018

Let’s engage

We’d love to catch up with you in Brussels.

Some friendly faces you can expect to see on stage

  • Luis Suarez panagenda Group
    Digital Transformation & Data Analytics Adviser

Apart from a good laugh, what can you expect from them on stage?

Workshop title: Dirty Secrets of the Notes Client (Rated R)

Fast. Dangerous. Always in control.
Join us in this fast-paced workshop where we will reveal the dirty secrets of the Notes Client and turn them into golden features. Learn how to transform the worst Notes Client deployments into the best, getting better performance and stability by reducing the amount of system resources, like CPU, Memory and File I/O. We’ll share our knowledge and show you the best ways of getting Notes Clients deployed, configured, maintained and finally loved by your users.

May 13, 2019
13:30 – 17:00
Session ID: Wo2.
Speaker: Henning Kunz & Christoph Adler
Location: S2. Sofitel Room 2

Limited registration now open

Keynote and Opening General Session

Come and hear the latest news and see the coolest demos during this Opening General Session.
Darren Oberst honors us delivering the keynote.

May 14, 2019
09:00 – 10:30 — Session ID: Ge1.
Location: A. Mezzanine Right
Speaker: Darren Oberst (HCL), Andrew Manby (IBM), Richard Jefts (HCL), Florian Vogler (panagenda), Danielle Baptiste (IBM)

The survey results are in! What your peers said about their Notes/Domino application strategy

We reached out to 750+ professionals to share their company’s Notes/Domino application strategy with us. Find out what role analytics plays in their effort to reduce the Notes/Domino footprint. How do they consolidate in preparation to modernize and/or migrate? Franz Walder presents the exciting results and unveils panagenda’s new solution ‘iDNA Applications’, which was built to address these topics.

May 14, 2019
14:45 – 15:30
Session ID: Co02.
Location: B. Mezzanine Left
Speaker: Franz Walder 

How Data Analytics Can Help Influence Systems Change

Nowadays businesses demand to have more and more personalised data analytics of how their knowledge practitioners utilise efficiently their Enterprise Social Networking platforms whether on an individual or team level. However, in order to effect a major shift of how we connect, learn, share, collaborate and get work done more effectively in a more open, collaborative and transparent manner, the reality is that it’s never been about personal change, but systems change.

To that extent, WHAT IF we have been approaching data analytics wrong right from the very beginning? WHAT IF we’d shift away from that gluttonous appetite for ego-centric, vanity-driven personal metrics dashboards and instead we’d focus on systems change analytics? Do we want to keep on putting more lipstick on the pig? After all, you know, it’d still be a pig!
Or do we want to influence user behaviour via systems change analytics while we help redefine the #PresentOfWork through our various different (social) collaborative platforms? Can we eradicate that toxic culture and, instead, focus on systems change? Time to step up & take action!

May 14, 2019
17:00 – 17:45
Session ID: Bu07.
Location: C. Classic Lounge
Speaker: Luis Suarez

Social – the hype may be over but the potential value is greater than ever!

Join Stuart & Femke in a lively discussion, based on years of practical experience, on why the vision and technologies of the Social Enterprise are more important than ever.
The Social hype cycle may have died down, but the impact of organisations being transformed via online communities and collaboration platforms is real!
Attend this session and hear how Connections and similar technologies can help make the difference for your organisation. Take part in the discussion and ask your questions of the speakers.

Themes will include:

  • The role of communities versus team/group chats
  • Persistent versus ephemeral collaboration
  • Top-down versus bottom-up approaches
  • Is the Intranet dead, or does it live on in online community platforms?

May 15, 2019
09:00 – 10:00
Session ID: Bu03.
Location: R1. Media Room
Speaker: Femke Goedhart (panagenda) & Stuart McIntyre (Fostering Community)

5 Steps to Help Launch Your Online Community Building Programme

With the emergence of Enterprise Social Networking platforms, communities are the new operating model within organisations. They’re the major key accelerators of effective change & transformation initiatives. Yet very few businesses have got successful online community building programmes in place. For most the old adage ‘build it and they will come’ would still apply hoping once they have got the technology in place communities will *just* flourish ‘on their own’. Alas, reality shows us that’s never been the case.
Join us to learn plenty more about the actual Community Building Programme framework that’s been running rather successfully some of the oldest online communities at IBM over the course of the last 22 years and still going strong.

May 15, 2019
13:30 – 14:00
Session ID: Bu08.
Location: C. Classic Lounge
Speaker: Luis Suarez

15 New Domino Admin Features Sure to Spark a Lasting Love Affair with Domino 10

Domino 10 shipped jam-packed with new features that will make administrators’ lives a breeze. In this talk, we’ll share everything we know and love about our 15 new favorites—from the long-awaited NSF size limit boost, to brand-new gems like Domino General Query Facility (DGQF), deletion logging and more. You’ll learn how to get the most out of all of them, proven through practical customer examples. You’ll walk away from this fast-paced, in-depth session with a solid understanding of the new way to administer Domino 10, as well as a hands-on guide to properly put these great features to use!

May 15, 2019
16:00 – 16:45
Session ID: Ad02.
Location: D. Minerva
Speaker: Christoph Adler (panagenda) & Ben Menesi (Ytria)

Need a fix?

Feel free to re-read Luis Suarez’s blog “Community, Community, Community! – #engageug” where he shared his impressions of engage in 2018.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with your chosen panagendian or tweet us @panagenda.

Workshop title: Dirty Secrets of the Notes Client (Rated R)
14.05.2019, 13:30 – 17:00  — Session ID: Wo2.
Location: S2. Sofitel Room 2
Speaker: Henning Kunz & Christoph Adler
Limited registration now open

Keynote and Opening General Session 
14.05.2019, 09:00 – 10:30 — Session ID: Ge1.
Location: A. Mezzanine Right
Speaker: Darren Oberst (HCL), Andrew Manby (IBM), Richard Jefts (HCL), Florian Vogler (panagenda)

The survey results are in! What your peers said about their Notes/Domino application strategy
14.05.2019, 14:45 – 15:30 — Session ID: Co02.
Location: B. Mezzanine Left
Speaker: Franz Walder 

5 Steps to Help Launch Your Online Community Building Programme
14.05.2019, 17:00 – 17:45 — Session ID: Bu08.
Location: C. Classic Lounge
Speaker: Luis Suarez

How Data Analytics Can Help Influence Systems Change
15.05.2019, 13:30 – 14:00 — Session ID: Bu07.
Location: C. Classic Lounge
Speaker: Luis Suarez

15 New Domino Admin Features Sure to Spark a Lasting Love Affair with Domino 10
15.05.2019, 16:00 – 16:45 — Session ID: Ad02.
Location: D. Minerva
Speaker: Christoph Adler (panagenda) & Ben Menesi (Ytria)

Social – the hype may be over but the potential value is greater than ever!
15.05.2019, 09:00 – 10:00 — Session ID: Bu03.
Location: R1. Media Room
Speaker: Femke Goedhart (panagenda) & Stuart McIntyre (Fostering Community)

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