Bert Sandie - . Vancouver, BC, CA

Bert Sandie Bert Sandie

Director, Technical Excellence | Electronic Arts, Inc.

Vancouver, BC, CA

Bert Sandie is a key contributor to Electronic Arts (EA) dynamic culture. His technical and leadership background in the high-tech industry

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Disruptive Heroes, Bert Sandie Maximizing Your SharePoint Investment- Social, Sharing, and Search. AIIM 2012 Session by Bert Sandie

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Biography

Bert Sandie is the Director of Technical Excellence at Electronic Arts (EA) where he is a key contributor to the organizations dynamic culture. His technical knowledge, corporate learning expertise, and leadership background in the high-tech industry has helped him drive formal, informal and social approaches to knowledge sharing, collaboration, learning, and innovation at EA.

Bert is a passionate leader in the learning and collaboration space and is uniquely skilled to ensure an organization can leverage the right blend of traditional and non-traditional based learning including visual facilitation, social media, video, eLearning, and interactive workshops. He works in the corporate learning and development group called EA University that provides opportunities to work with a broad range of employees from executives to new graduates.

Bert is a renowned speaker and has been invited regularly to present at industry conferences.

Industry Expertise (8)

Education/Learning Social Media Human Resources Computer Gaming Corporate Leadership Computer Software Telecommunications Talent Management

Areas of Expertise (7)

Collaboration in the Digital Workplace Knowledge Workers Social Informal and Formal Learning Video Game Industry Knowledge Management Learning in the Workplace

Education (1)

Simon Fraser University: Bachelor of Applied Science, Computer Science

Event Appearances (12)

Microsoft: Using Social Computing To Manage Across the Technology Age Gap

Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit 2009  Orlando, Florida

2009-06-09

KEYNOTE SPEECH: The Biggest Challenge is Culture

Enterprise 2.0 Conference   Boston, MA

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Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009  Las Vegas, USA

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Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2011  Anaheim, USA

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Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara 2010  Santa Clara, USA

How Social Learning Drives Business Results

Social Intranet Summit  Vancouver, British Columbia

2010-10-28

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Intranet Benchmarking Forum  Global Webinar

Creating the Right Social Networking for your Workforce

2010 San Francisco HR Leadership Summit - Evanta  San Francisco, California

2010-05-18

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Enterprise 2.0 San Francisco 2009  San Francisco, USA

Knowledge Workers – The Emergence of a New Breed of Savvy Employees

AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference  Global Webinar

2011-09-08

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IntraTeam Conference  Copenhagen, Denmark

The Deployment Game: Strategies for Driving Software Adoption

info360 Conference  New York City

2010-04-22

Sample Talks (4)

Creating a Culture of Collaboration

Using real-world experiences to demonstrate the critical importance of why culture and employee behaviors need our full attention as we proceed down the road of enabling, fostering and growing collaboration and sharing to the next levels in our respective organizations.

Microsoft: Using Social Computing To Manage Across the Technology Age Gap

Technology and demographics are on a collision course. Digital Natives, Echo Boomers, and Generation X-ecutives are grappling with transformative implications of Enterprise 2.0, and organizations are scrambling for the best ways to unlock talents of a multigenerational workforce in a connected world. Bert will present a combination of Microsoft’s own experience and customer stories, along with actionable recommendations and best practices that you can apply to bridge the generation gap.

Creating the Right Social Networking for your Workforce

At Electronic Arts, Inc., social networking is an essential part of enabling collaboration between colleagues in different physical locations. Trends are emerging from a new generation of workers, who blend their work and personal lives through social interfaces such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Bert Sandie, Director of Technical Excellence at Electronic Arts, envisaged an opportunity and implemented an internal, enterprising social networking system for better business partnership.

The Deployment Game: Strategies for Driving Software Adoption

Bert Sandie, Director of Technical Excellence at Electronic Arts, will explore how games and game design principles can be leveraged to remove barriers that typically lead to a lack of adoption of new technology in your business.

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0 to 5000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee
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