Two dominant problems plague most digital workplaces at the moment: search and notifications. If we don’t get these right, the employee experience will always suffer. Digital workplaces include many elements, such as communication, collaboration, finding and sharing, business applications, employee services and support for agile working. Continue reading…
By some estimates, data in the workplace doubles every 18 months. And being able to process and make sense of this data has become an increasing challenge as updates and notifications come in from all directions — on the desktop, from mobile devices and soon from wearable devices as well. Continue reading… Follow us on […]
As part of IBM’s NewWaytoWork video series, we grabbed experts at SXSWi and asked them six questions about the future of the workplace. Their answers paint a picture of a workplace that’s dynamic and varied. Will there be offices, or will people work remotely? Is email sucking up too much time, and if so, how can we communicate better?
Work democratization and consumerization are rapidly changing when, where and how people work. Newly autonomous employees are effectively “business consumers” — digitally literate employees who have adapted the latest consumer work styles and increasingly expect a comparable workplace experience. Continue reading… Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
Experiencing dèjá vu? If the title of this article sounds vaguely familiar, you would be right. Laurence Hart’s recent post, “Forget Intranets, Give Me an ESN,” deserved a rebuttal. And here it is. Read full story… Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
Sure it’s OK to check Facebook or send a personal text while at work. That is, if you can find the time between keeping up on Yammer, collaborating over Skype and shoveling through the 125 emails the average office worker receives daily. And, of course, that’s in addition to completing your assigned tasks. The problem […]
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The digital workplace is grabbing much of the spotlight these days as interest in moving from physical to virtual workspaces grows. Given our heritage of “clustered workplaces” dictated by the lack of transportation and communication resources in the 18th century, such a movement would seem to make eminent sense. While a lot of the attention […]