5 Reasons to Watch Collaborate 2021 On-Demand

Whether you’re a one-person team or a global enterprise, we’re all exploring what it means to be collaborative, digital, and agile in an evolving era of work. That’s why the theme of our 2021 work management conference, Collaborate, explored how we can successfully move forward together into the future of work. 

Packed with short, dynamic sessions on how to build a resilient, inclusive workplace that focuses on driving efficiency, productivity, and satisfaction, we don’t want you to miss out on these essential insights. 

That’s why we’ve made our Collaborate sessions available on-demand for a limited time. All you need to do is head to our website and register for virtual Collaborate to access all the content from the event.

Here’s a taster of what you’ll learn. 

1. The four “shocks’ reshaping the future of work 

Everyone’s talking about the future of work, digital transformation, and reshaping the modern workplace. But what does all this mean in practice? Get a clear understanding of what continuous reinvention means in guest speaker J.P. Gownder’s fascinating talk. 

As Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester, it’s safe to say that Gownder knows a thing or two about what’s going on in the workplace. He identified the four shocks influencing our work environments (systemic risk, automation, workforce data, and employee power) and how companies can mitigate threats and utilize opportunities. 

2. The latest advancements in work management 

Gain thorough insight into the latest technological advances in the collaborative work management space. Understand how you can utilize these opportunities to harness the power of your organization and prepare the workforce for the future. 

Our visionary product leader, Alexey Korotich, will walk you through all the innovation and updates available in the Wrike platform, providing a comprehensive look at what we’ve got right around the corner, as well as a glimpse into Wrike’s long-term product roadmap. You’ll also hear about the latest advancements in AI, automation, and cloud collaborative work management technologies that make it possible for any organization to thrive, no matter how complex and dispersed. 

3. How we can become collaborative powerhouses 

One of our favorite sessions of the entire event was from leadership expert Rob Cross on the different ways collaboration supports outstanding teams. With twenty years of research from over 300 organizations under his belt, we were all ears for Rob’s insight into what makes a team successful. 

We were surprised (and a little shocked) to see how and why teams are breaking down. With real-life examples of teams cracking under pressure, there was plenty of fascinating insight into how to avoid these common blockers in your own organization. 

4. How very different teams manage the creative process 

It was amazing to witness some of the best creative minds in the business — like Oracle, Nickelodeon, and Monumental Sports — share their perspectives on the complexities of today’s work environment and what the best in class are doing to accomplish more with less.

Hosted by Esther Flammer, Wrike’s Head of Marketing at Citrix, these creative forces discussed everything from the biggest challenges of maintaining creativity and productivity in digital, remote, and hybrid environments to using technology to increase efficiencies and create work-life balance in the modern workplace. We don’t know about you, but this is one we’ll definitely be watching back. 

5. The vision of Wrike and Citrix: Moving Forward Together 

As Wrike is now part of the Citrix family, we showcased our shared vision for the future of work at Collaborate 2021. This is a chance to see both Citrix and Wrike executives on stage — you’ll get an inside perspective on why and how we’re working together, and what it means for our customers and partners as we work as one to bring teams Forward Together. 

Access Collaborate On-Demand now!

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