Idag är det självklart att alla som jobbar ihop ska kunna dela information och ha möten på ett smidigt sätt. Oavsett om man tillhör samma organisation, befinner sig på olika håll i världen eller om man loggar in från dator, platta eller mobiltelefon. Mobilitet är det mest naturliga i världen, och det blir allt vanligare att ”team” som jobbar tätt ihop består av kunder, leverantörer, partners och konsulter.
When can we go back to work, back to the office, back to business as usual? The question is on the lips of many. While many are eager to see restrictions lifted, we must remain patient, and this time around – think and plan ahead.
Worklife has been rapidly changing and evolving the past years. Our work has become more digital, mobile and flexible than ever. Instead of traditional office spaces we now often work activity based, on the go and more and more from home. Good communications skills, trust and coaching leadership have replaced the old management virtues.
Sitter du med checklistor, Excel och dokument varje gång ni får en ny anställd? Det är inte ovanligt att en ny kollega behöver en dator, mobil och mjukvara för att sköta sitt arbete och kommunicera med sina kollegor. Nu finns det äntligen ett smart verktyg som gör det enkelt att välkomna nya anställda, hantera existerande anställdas enheter och program samt enkelt hantera när en anställd slutar.
The workplace really matters and is becoming the number 1 differentiator between successful and less successful organizations. In this article, we will explore Performing Workplaces and make it a continuous journey of success over time.
We interviewed Patrick Couch of IBM, an expert on AI & Cognitive Technologies, and a featured speaker at Digital Workplace Summit 2020. Take a peek of what is to come at #DWSUM2020.
The customer service industry is tackling one of its biggest challenges ever. The pandemic situation is throwing curveballs at support teams all over the world. So, how do you make customer service work in these remote times? We talked to Patrik Weiland, Customer Experience Manager at Telavox, to learn how to leverage the right methods and tools to maintain efficient support and strengthen your customer relationships.
One thing to keep mind of during these times, is that working remotely is not something uncommon. A conducted in 2018 study stated that 70% of professionals around the world telecommute at least once a week with over 53% of the workforce working half a week or more. It may seem like an entirely new and sometimes exhausting experience spending so much time working from home, but it may be comfortable to know that it is not an uncommon occurrence.
Over the last decade we have seen a revolution in amenity-driven work spaces, that try to cater for as many people as possible – from Dog, Cat, and Rat lovers, to Ping Pong players, Yoga chillers and Tropical-Leaf flavoured tea drinkers…oh, and let’s not forget the mushroom coffee fans.
We interviewed Torbjörn Eriksson–CEO of Tenant & Partner, an advocate of workplace modernization and Advisory Board member at our WorkLife Arena event in Stockholm, in April.
Having a ’Growth Mindset’ is often seen as a basic need for all Start-Up founders, and not something you find in many large corporations. Microsoft are bucking that trend.
Back in 1930, a well-respected British Economist named John Maynard Keynes, predicted that in 2030 the standard of living would be 4-8x higher than during his time, and due to a growth in wages, people would only need to work 15 hours per week – creating a `leisure class´.
Ensuring a sustainable workplace is a must, so here are the most important areas to tackle in you workplace.
Being passionate about your work is important. We all know that. We are told to talk about our “passion for the job” in every job application and interview we do. But once you are in the workplace, is that passion being used against you – for the benefit of your boss, or company?
Talent attraction and retention will continue to be some of the biggest work-place challenges in 2020, so selling a positive Employee Experience is essential for helping to solve these problems.
Trying to make key business decisions has always been hard, even before we had the luxury of super-smart and super-fast computers that could churn out multiple data points for us to analyse, digest, analyse again - and take action on. Some would say that our access to data has in fact created more confusion, stress, and inaction - than actually provided any real analytical benefits.
It was missing the puzzle piece. How much more effective would your organization's website be if it knew what the user was looking for even before they visited it? How much less customer service would be needed? In today's blog post, Johan Albertsson from rek.ai talks about how AI can easily be applied to your organization's website.
Jonas Dahlberg works with Microsoft's Azure cloud services, which make the cloud more accessible for companies, leading to easy scaleability and a high level of efficiency in various industries. AI services are connected to the cloud services and we were curious about Jonas' thoughts on AI technology, ethics and value.
Denna workshop går steg för steg igenom och ger dig tips och verktyg för hur du och din organisation bör arbeta med alltifrån att sätta upp strategier, göra business case och analyser av vilka processer som går att automatisera och skapa förtroende och engagemang hos både medarbetare och ledning för driften av RPA-lösningen, till att faktiskt genomföra implementeringen och ha en plan och organisatoriska förutsättningar för den fortsatta förvaltningen.
Björn Barrögård from Atea discusses who takes up the digital workplace as an ecosystem and how they should balance to achieve the best possible results.
More than three million Swedes have an active profile on LinkedIn. Most have posted their resume, but they often stop there. You should ask yourself, have you made the most of your LinkedIn profile? Eva-Mia Westergren, CMO at Microsoft, gives you here are 5 quick tips to improve your profile to stand out from the crowd.
Under hösten 2018 hade Gartner sitt årliga symposium i Spanien på tema digitalisering. Huvudbudskapet på konferensen var att det finns en faktor som är viktigare än alla andra för att lyckas med digitalisering: organisationskulturen. Det glädjande budskapet är att kulturen är formbar och möjlig att påverka.