Organizations often achieve low adoption with the implementation of new technologies due to staff not being prepared to adapt and incorporate these toolsets into regular work routines.
Yesterday Microsoft released their Q3 earnings. Congrats to Microsoft for exceeding Wall Street expectations on revenue, operating income, and earnings per share!
There’s a lot of hype nowadays around initiatives to apply digital capabilities to improve efficiencies, increase customer value, and create new monetisation opportunities.
It’s big business actually. About a 1.3 Trillion USD book of business.
It’s called ‘Digital Transformation’.
Sadly, a lot of it is proving to be useless and ineffective - with one McKinsey Research Report indicating that 70% of these ‘digital transformation’ initiatives fail to achieve their stated goals.
When you’re on the hunt for a new job, of course it’s important to have the right skills, experience and education. But, that may not be all you need.
As companies continue to change, adopt new technologies and become more interrelated, they need to look at cyber attacks as events that should be planned for, rather than simply reacted to.
Teams represents a fundamentally different way of working, as it allows employees a way to interact and communicate. It’s a hub of communication that facilities meetings, calls, collaboration and chat. By working together, people generate more ideas and feel more connected to their work. All of which improves employee engagement and retention, and helps you realize your vision of a modern workplace.
Here are some ways Teams can help you realize a modern workplace: