Organizations surviving the move to Work from Home and other restrictive measures to overcome the pandemic have learned to “adapt and overcome.” This adaptation has led to new ways of maintaining and enhancing their customers’ experiences and loyalty while at the same time increasing both productivity and engagement for the employee. These organizations have begun to address the Future of Work, but may be lacking two key ingredients.
Most people are well familiar with the Digital Workplace and often equate it to the “Future of Work.” Yet the Future of Work is more than technology and support functions from the Information Technology Team. Going forward during this time of change, the Workplace of the Future must be able to address all its workplaces – the Digital Workplace (the technology used in business), The Physical Workplace (the places work is performed), and Human Workplace (how and by whom work is done).
During this session, Dee Anthony, will review key prediction relating to the Digital, Physical, and Human Workplaces