Collaboration between colleagues and clients can be damaged by remote working, which requires everything to be shaped to meet the changing expectations and preferences of employees, whilst promoting productivity and improving their workplace experience.
We understand an organisation’s culture will guide the working practices and behaviour of employees, ultimately determining how and to what extent workers adopt the digital workplace to connect, communicate and collaborate efficiently.
It is critical to appreciate how employees prefer to work and what restricts their ability to do what they need to do, when they need to do it and with whom they need to do it. Only then can you develop a change management plan and create a digital transformation strategy.
Recognising the need for cultural change in the face of increased flexible working and combining the necessary changes with appropriate technology, will deliver a digital workplace that drives better collaboration to move a business forward effectively.