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Working With HR on Digital Workplace Initiatives

Published: 20 March 2015

ID: G00275556

Analyst(s): Helen Poitevin


HR leaders are responsible for organizational culture and employee engagement improvement. However, culture and engagement are increasingly intertwined with technology investments. IT leaders of digital workplace initiatives should, therefore, engage with HR on a regular basis.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Digital Workforce Initiative Leaders Must Partner With HR to Build a Shared Understanding of Current and Future Workforce Challenges
  • HR and IT Must Consider Technology, Along With the Way Work Is Organized, When Evaluating Employee Experience
  • HR and IT Must Work Together on Employee Engagement Initiatives

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