Increasing employee productivity and engagement should be among the main goals of any workstyle transformation programme.
At its heart, workstyle transformation comprises three key components:
- the empowerment of employees to work, collaborate and share information in a manner that best suits them irrespective of location or device;
- the management of information in an accessible way that supports the needs of the workforce, and produces real time insights that enable the organisation to respond to opportunities and challenges with agility and purpose;
- and the establishment of an IT infrastructure that enables the organisation to deliver the right tools, applications and services in a secure, cost-effective and scalable manner.
However, the challenge often lies not in understanding the value of these elements but in working out how best to integrate them into a practical plan.
The three pieces below provide context and insight for any senior management team looking to understand how to transform its organisation’s workstyle.
- When should a company transform is workstyle? If your organisation isn’t even planning to transform its workstyle, it should start the process without delay, because if you don’t, you could be incurring costs way beyond that which is necessary, and you may find that you are unable to attract the calibre of staff that you will need to survive, let alone thrive, over the next couple of decades. Read More
- [Webinar] Generation Z and the workforce: How to enhance collaboration and productivity among all employees – The emergence of Generation Z – those aged 19 and under – means that there are four distinct demographic groups that make up today’s workforce. In addition to Generation Z, there are Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. The challenge facing all senior management is how best to create innovative working environments that cater for each group’s needs and thereby create a culture that promotes collaboration, information sharing and productivity. View more
- Why you should make an effective digital document management system a priority for your organisation – Despite the growing recognition that a digital document management system should be an integral part of an organisation’s information management strategy, there are still many that continue to rely on paper files and emails to share and store their most important content. Documents that are stored across numerous sources or within isolated repositories can cause information management problems and, in some cases, even create potential compliance issues. Read more