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Workplace Reimagined: Four Scenarios to Help Visualize the Future

Published: 25 February 2015

ID: G00272349

Analyst(s): Frank Buytendijk , Carol Rozwell , Hanns Koehler-Kruener

Summary

The digital workplace strategy that will create the perfect fit for an enterprise will vary, depending on its organizational structure and its business model. Gartner's four scenarios will help IT leaders develop a strategy appropriate to their enterprise's business goals.

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Analysis

  • Emergence of Four Scenarios
    • Scenario 1: Autonomic Nervous System
    • Scenario 2: Clockwork Sentinels
    • Scenario 3: Mechanical World
    • Scenario 4: 'Robot Fairyland'
    • How Can IT Leaders Use These Scenarios to Create Plans for the Digital Workplace?

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