A global pandemic has forced business leaders to rethink their digital workplace strategies (SPEED × CONNECTIVITY × INTANGIBLES) and embrace a reality that prioritizes experiences over services.
Find out about what it took for other organizations to successfully deliver modern digital experiences using Active Distancing Alert and Monitoring and what the ongoing benefits have been
We introduce solutions that can take the steps needed to help your people stay productive and engaged–not just today, but in the long-term.
Even though working together no longer requires being in the same place, setting up your distributed workforce for success does require IT to be on the same page. Google Chrome Enterprise enables organizations to create optimal user experiences for increased employee uptime and productivity with managed Google Play, Virtualization, Chrome Sync and browser customizations.
Today, the office can be anywhere–and IT must meet the changing needs of workers in different locations. Let us introduce you a SaaS Management platform is a complete system of record, gathering all data about the people, apps, teams, and spend into a single panel, with in-depth insights available for each.
Google Workspace is a productivity software that provides you with several tools to help you work anywhere, and anytime. The software was originally launched in 2006 and comprises of Communication Tools such as Gmail, Calendar, and Hangouts, Storage Tools (Drive) such as Slides, Sheet, Docs, and Forms, as well as Collaboration Tools (Sites). Most of these services are free to use, however, G Suite provides more features on the paid plans.
The sudden shutdown of much of America’s downtown business transitioned workers into remote work almost overnight and upended the work/life balances of many. While Lean Engineering Accelerated Planning (LEAP) helps project and program managers focus on the dependencies between tasks, teamwork and culture have more influence over company success than any other technique or tactic.
By helping team members understand how their actions impact the preceding and following tasks, they are able to make more efficient choices and result in measurable savings across the projects and/or programs and it is absolutely imperative that managers pay attention to employee engagement, whether in a remote or shared-office environment.
While culture can develop naturally, most companies benefit by deliberately defining core values and encouraging a unified culture for its remote workforce...
In this connected era, workers and users have become used to multi-tasking across multiple tools to get essential tasks completed. However, many legacy systems are often cumbersome and difficult to use. Another byproduct of these systems is that they create data and knowledge silos.
Braidio WorkStreams simplify work by creating intuitive, engaging, app driven workflow experiences that are white label ready for any vertical. Braidio WorkStreams and concierge apps can be used internally by enterprises and organizations or resold to their customer base.
It's not surprising that business leaders have their own opinions on revising their digital workplace strategies, but what is surprising is that the leaders varied so widely in their opinions on the frequency. The Gartner group defined the digital workplace as something that “enables new, more effective ways of working; raises employee engagement and agility; and exploits consumer-oriented styles and technologies.”
There's no time like the present to take a hard look at your digital workplace strategy. With much of the world still in lockdown from the COVID-19 crisis, many businesses have been forced to move to a remote or distributed workforce, change their business models, and overhaul the way they work.
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Speed and flexibility have become key differentiators. How quickly your organization adapts and grows will have a positive correlation on success and stability. Agility is the word of the moment. Organizations around the world are refocusing their work culture on agility to keep pace with the changing times and sustain themselves in the long run.
If your employees are dependent on legacy IT systems to go about their daily jobs, it’s going to be extremely hard for them to stay on top of what’s happening around and adapt on the go. Agile transformation happens when it is supported by technology that is seamlessly integrated within the system, and equips every stakeholder to respond and adapt faster to what’s happening around them.
As the term suggests, an agile culture should provide high levels of flexibility. Give your employees the freedom to choose how, where and when they want to work. It’s not about the number of hours logged as it is about the quality of work.
The key here is to create a virtual environment that facilitates employees to discuss, brainstorm and collaborate within their teams and across teams. And creating well-defined remote communication guidelines sets the tone for such an environment.
Organizations adapted admirably to the disruption of recent months. But the next step requires lasting change. Modern businesses have grown accustomed to mobile workers, as salespeople, executives, consultants and frequent travelers regularly move between locations.
But now remote work has become the new normal for the entire workforce. As the work environment becomes a hybrid of office- or factory-centric work overlapping with remote work, how should companies design the workplace?
Look for rapid deployment solution that creates a single window that operates across all devices and operating systems to handle priority employee transactions, collaboration, insights and knowledge.
As the pace of digital transformation accelerated, so did the ability of companies to adapt. Here's what looks like it will last.
A report from the Society for Human Resource Management and Oxford Economics showed that 64% of salaried and 49% of hourly employees are working remotely most of the time, up from 3% and 2% in January 2020. As far back as March, 74% of CFOs planned to transition additional onsite employees to remote workspaces permanently after the COVID-19 crisis ends, according to a Gartner survey.
It’s left to be seen how far-reaching the adoption of live digital events will extend and for how long but it’s a good bet that viewer expectations and preferences will certainly include digital real-time experiences in the future.
The number of hours spent in front of the computer screen has become the new standard. A May 2020 study conducted by the Adecco Group polled 8,000 office-based employees, managers and C-suite executives across Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, the UK and the USA about “the new normal.” Not surprisingly, 69% of employees said that compensation should be based on results rather than hours worked.
Leaders are recognizing that empathy and compassion are chief among the traits employees value during this stressful period. Emotional quotient (EQ) training is valuable for leaders and managers, and should also be part of the onboarding process for every employee. EQ training enables people to manage themselves more effectively, become more self-aware and empathetic, and create and maintain healthy relationships with others.
According to an August 2020 report by TeamViewer, security remains a top priority for 57% of the IT executives surveyed. Chief among their concerns: Employees using their own devices along with employee usage of the public internet to access company data and services.
Many businesses have learned to embrace the remote and flexible workplace, taken on new security challenges, and ensuring the well-being of employees working through an emotionally turbulent time.
As the pace of digital transformation accelerated, so did the ability of companies to adapt to these changes while remaining focused on their top priority — keeping employees and customers safe.
In today’s new norm competitive climate, getting started with an integrated maintenance plan and condition health and safety monitoring trends based on practical real-time data of your location is more important than ever! It starts with Active Distancing Alert and Monitoring (ADAM)
The social distancing sensor data analytics product is part of an RTLS (real time location services) platform that enables corporations to better manage their branch operations and understand their customers in brick-and-mortar locations.
The Art of Service - Save time, empower your teams and effectively upgrade your processes with access to this practical COVID-19 Workplace Safety Toolkit and guide. Address common challenges with best-practice templates, step-by-step work plans and maturity diagnostics for any COVID-19 Workplace Safety related project.