Multi award-winning Sysdoc website
We are delighted to announce that the Sysdoc website has won four awards. These awards recognise the incredible design and technical talent that helped us transform our global brand. The project saw Sysdoc.com undergo a complete human-centred redesign from the ground up to place a greater focus on our case studies and thought leadership.
High Performing Teams - The Red Arrows
I have always had a keen interest in things that go fast, machines and technology, but when given the opportunity to spend a day with the Red Arrows, this wasn’t the first thing that sprung to mind! Don’t get me wrong, the Hawk T1 planes did not disappoint, I was amazed by their simplicity in comparison to newer planes, and what the team were able to do with them. As a Learning & Development professional, I was more excited to see what it really takes to be part of a High Performing Team.
My assistant logs onto SAP for me, so I don’t have to (I’m far too important)
Have you ever heard this statement from a leader in an organisation implementing SAP? I’ve heard it uttered many times when I’ve been involved in deploying SAP into an organisation. There is a perception amongst some leadership teams that SAP ‘happens’ without their involvement, but the reality is that their involvement, nay their visible and vocal support for, ownership of, and responsibility for an SAP programme is central to its success.
PRESS RELEASE: Sysdoc UK CEO elected to Central Government Council
Feb. 15, 2019 - LONDON, UK - We are delighted to confirm that Clare Hill, our UK CEO has been elected to the techUK Central Government Council (CGC). The 2019 CGC is formed of a diverse range of tech industry leaders who will champion the sector and drive an ambitious programme of activity with government.
Returning from a recent visit to a contact centre I am familiar with (a bank centre taking customer calls), I couldn’t help but reflect on the dramatic changes seen in the last 5 years. Turning the clock back agents would have been giving out balances, discussing account transactions and ordering statements. They would have been taking around 90 calls each per day with an average call time of 180 seconds. How things have changed.
Why ‘the first rule of fight club’ doesn’t exist for designers at Sysdoc…
In the past, the curtains have always been firmly closed when trying to gaze through agency windows to understand how design teams work and collaborate on projects. A company’s creative processes remained a mystery and the unspoken rule that employees were not to share the ‘fight club’ secret rang true. At Sysdoc we’ve pulled down the curtain rail, opened the windows and are actively sharing our approach with everyone we know and quite frankly, anybody who’s interested. We’ve been refining our ways of working for many years. Whilst we acknowledge our design process will continue to grow and develop organically, we’re confident that our tried and tested methodologies will continue to add great value to our clients.
Sysdoc on the Digital Marketplace
We're delighted to announce that we are on both the GCloud 10 and Management Consultancy Framework Two (Consultancy Two) frameworks to procure services for the government and public sector. Our solutions were developed with an understanding that people are seeking ways of working in a simpler, smarter way. In an age of digital disruption, we are harnessing the power of technology to provide organisations with what they need to fully embrace the future of work.
Sysdoc supports the It's A Penalty Campaign
For several years, Sysdoc has been a key supporter of the It’s A Penalty Campaign, which this year returns to the Super Bowl as a charitable partner. The Campaign aims to raise awareness of child trafficking and exploitation, particularly around major sporting events. Ahead of the biggest game in American Football, which takes place this Sunday, we take a look back at the Campaign events from last year.
Sysdoc CEO awarded Outstanding Alumna of the Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme
Prestigious recognition from the Saïd Business School at Oxford University Desiree Botica, Sysdoc CEO NZ/ AU has been awarded the Outstanding Alumna of the Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme (OAMLP) at the Saïd Business School at Oxford University. The honour recognises Desiree’s exceptional performance as CEO of Sysdoc Australasia, by applying her learnings from the OAMLP into enduring practices. Desiree attended the course in October 2012 and was promoted to Sysdoc CEO in 2016. Since taking up the role, the company has delivered strong growth, in part, by Desiree challenging herself and her team to stretch themselves and deliver to agreed targets and timeframes.
PRESS RELEASE: Sysdoc Wins NZ Road Transport Forum Trucking Award
Sysdoc announced today that it has won the ‘Industry Innovation Award’ at the 2018 NZ Road Transport Industry Awards with the ‘Transport Contractor Induction’ module developed for the Fonterra Co‑operative. The Road Transport Industry Awards Dinner was held at the Dunedin Town Hall where it recognised outstanding contributions to the transport industry.
The future of work: Sustainable business
Eco-conscious business and industry solutions could contribute upwards of USD 12 trillion worth of new market value and business opportunities globally by 2030. This aligns with the Business and Sustainable Development Commission Report, Better Business, Better World (2017), which concluded that companies shifting to sustainable and environmental business models will be in the best position to fully embrace these opportunities. In addition, the next decade will be critical for businesses to place this key strategic focus on environmental challenges.
Why your employer brand matters
As a key method amongst the options for employee engagement, it's no surprise then that Employer Branding is a concept that is receiving more focus. How your company is perceived and presents itself, particularly in the digital landscape, can have an impact on your employees just as much as how the outside world perceives you.
GDPR - Why your people are the key to GDPR Compliance
From May 2018, the EU GDPR ruling mandates that every organisation takes appropriate care of personal data, and that systems and processes all operate in accordance with the new legislation. However, except for the ‘Processors’ and ‘Controllers’ of the data, the 88 page ruling document doesn’t mention anything regarding specific requirements for a typical employee.
How I learned to gameference
You've been asked to design a new solution, product, website, eLearning course or similar. You have many stakeholders to consult and not much time. Sound familiar? Oh, and the last 'brainstorming' sessions have been drab, poorly attended… and the subject area at hand? Well, let's say it's Master Data.
GDPR – A matter of compliance, or trust?
The new General Data Protection Regulation that comes in to play in May is accompanied by some hefty punishments for non-compliance. For many companies, incurring a fine has been considered a risk worth taking up until now, especially where the cost of attaining compliance is known to be high. New maximum fines will certainly sway the way some companies think about and approach their data compliance, but with the compliance obstacle large and looming, is GDPR actually being viewed through the wrong lens?
GDPR - Do you have a firm grip on your data landscape?
GDPR will come into force on the 25th of May 2018, and represents a comprehensive reform of existing data protection measures. In loose terms this concerns only data that can be used to directly or indirectly identify a person, including names, photos, email addresses, bank details, and posts on social networking sites. To ensure compliance with key concepts such as the right to erasure and subject access requests, organisations need to be prepared to perform a sizeable review of how personal data is collected, stored and used. This can be quite a tall order given many have such elaborate data environments.
PRESS RELEASE: Double Silver Awards for Sysdoc at Brandon Hall
LONDON, and AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Today, 12th September 2017, we are delighted to announce that Sysdoc has won two prestigious Brandon Hall awards, for projects with Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and Fonterra.
GDPR - Data, systems, processes and people
With new GDPR legislation in sight, the path to data protection compliance has just become a little steeper for most organisations. The pitfalls are also likely to be greater once the May milestone passes – with both heftier fines available to regulators, and a greater risk that mishandling data could end up damaging the trust your customers have in your products and brand.
What is driving the future of work?
We’re living during a time of extreme change. The way we work is changing and there is no doubt that the pace is quickening. When we meet our clients it is clear that the ‘future of work’ is high on their agendas; understanding how changes will impact their business and thinking about the way forward. Fail to prepare and the changes could cause challenges ahead. However, for organisations and individuals who prepare for what is coming, there are exciting opportunities to take the lead. So what’s driving the changes?
Clare Hill - View from the Top
Sysdoc's UK CEO Clare Hill was recently interviewed for the Management Consultancies Association View From The Top. Questions from Alan Leaman, MCA CEO, saw Clare discuss issues which are pertinent to UK consulting today. Clare covers topics such as Brexit, diversity and future ways of working in our digital-centric world; and the role that we can play in defining these issues as consultancies.
Sysdoc at the European Business Awards 2017
On Thursday, 4th May, the 10th annual European Business Awards were held in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik. The Awards were presented at the Grand Final, and this year, Sysdoc was an official partner of the ceremony. Attendees at this prestigious event included prominent business leaders and ambassadors from across the continent.
Board games’ golden age: Sociable, brilliant and no screens required (thank you)
In an age of connected devices and ‘enabling’ technology, humans have become increasingly distant from one another. This is no revelation, but does present both a challenging trend and a glaringly obvious opportunity for learning professionals.