The pandemic-mandated shift to work from home and “hybrid work” has diminished the role of the physical workplace to bring people together and inspire them. The digital workplace must now fill the gap. Organizations have responded with new tools and ways of working. Yet 67% of employees still feel that the technologies they use for work require more effort than they should.
This is just one way in which the digital workplace of today is failing human employees, its primary constituents. The recommendations we highlight in this eBook aim to reposition employees at the center of the digital workplace, and focus efforts to counteract the five common myths with approaches that use a human-centric lens to drive cross-organizational alignment around a digital workplace vision and its execution.
View our eBook and explore the five myths that limit your progress:
- Myth No. 1: Digital Workplace Is the Same as Digital Transformation
- Myth No. 2: Teams Will Adopt Digital Workplace Technologies Without Culture Change
- Myth No. 3: Collaboration Only Happens When Team Members Work Synchronously
- Myth No. 4: Citizen Developers Can’t Produce Useful, Compliant Applications
- Myth No. 5: Microsoft 365 Is the Only “New Work Hub’’
Go beyond the digital workplace myths that limit your progress and learn how to overcome them as you rethink work.
This conference provides actionable, objective insight to help you make progress on mission-critical priorities related to the digital workplace.