Technology is Changing the Workplace
“Social connectivity and status is very important to Millenials and even more so for iGen. As the next generation begins to join the work place, a lot of these tools, and apps will come with. They are in search of better and faster ways to accomplish goals and will utilize any tech platform available.”
Project Collaboration Tools
With multiple industries being drowned in an endless amount of projects with fast approaching deadlines, managing all assets can quickly become a hassle and a nuisance.
With the help of project collaboration tools, like the ever popular Bluescape (which we use internally), teams can seamlessly collaborate on the task at hand, and they don’t even need to be in the same office to do so. Most project collaboration tools allow users to be off-site, or remote, to join in on a session.
” Technology is making communication a lot easier by having many different platforms to communicate on. Technology that has things like visual signage is also important because you can really personalize your clients experience.”
Embracing a Digital Culture
Work culture is one of the hottest buzz words in today’s working environment, but when most organizations think about work culture and the transformation that goes with it, they often leave out technology changing the workplace.
In order to accomplish a digital culture however, it has to start at the very core of your organization, your people. Your employees are your most valuable assets, and when employees embrace and believe in the digital technology’s that are put in place, then the digital culture within an organization will begin to flourish.