The Digital Workplace is often described as Business Processes, Technology and a User Experience coming together. So what does that actually mean? This article looks at some of the guiding principles that you might define to cover any activities that … Continue reading 10 Guiding Principles for your Digital Workplace programme
Most organisations have a vision of a future workplace that combines technology and culture change to connect people together and with the aim of empowering people to work smarter, to share ideas and be connected to the business regardless of where they … Continue reading The 6 Essential Elements to consider for an integrated Digital Workplace Strategy
Ask most knowledge workers what they find most frustrating at work, chances you won’t have to speak to many people before ‘not being able to easily find the information to perform my job’ comes up. In fact, depending on which study … Continue reading Why the humble ‘Like’ will revolutionise Search
A while ago I wrote about Digital Business? Heading beyond the hype, I spoke about how many will proudly tell you their organisations are now digital, but often what they really mean is that their organisations are transforming. Often an individual taking about digital … Continue reading When is a digital business strategy something else?
Like it or not, as implementer’s we are judged on the impact our deployed systems make and helping teams understanding the actual and perceived business impact is often a key part of most implementations. There will be a day when … Continue reading Usage vs Adoption: How to get world-class digital workplace metrics
With the crowded vendor marketplace, combined with the often conflicting analysts advice and the perplexing (and often exaggerated) vendor marketing, just how should organisations pick a digital workplace vendor that is right for them and their employees? In my experience it’s important to start with a … Continue reading How to pick a digital workplace vendor?
Social media and the interconnected web has started to fundamentally change the way many organisation’s want employees and others to create, consume, share and collaborate, and indeed the way that a whole generation of new workers want to work. Sadly in … Continue reading Understanding the digital workplace architecture
It strikes me that every day across the world’s organisations, numerous documents, thoughts and ideas are generated, collaborated-on and then lost, only transiently visible to the limited number of people that the originator knew at the time. As an example, recently … Continue reading Doing work is harder than it should be – but what’s the problem?