Workplace Disruptor – Cutting Through The Noise Of New Technology

By 24th November 2020Uncategorised

#2 Cutting Through The Noise Of New Technology.

The amount of technology we use each day is growing and changing rapidly. There have always been lots of moving parts in every organization’s technology ecosystem, but the events of 2020 left businesses scrambling to plug the communication gap with Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, Slack and more.

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The new world of work brings with it a whole host of new systems and technologies. Your learning and HR technology plays an essential role in your organization’s ecosystem. Unfortunately, it is too often the case you’re left grappling with systems that don’t talk to each other, that don’t integrate and that don’t fullfil their intended purpose. As organizational structures become increasingly complex, your people increasingly work from home and entire workforces undergo extensive reskilling, it’s crucial that you get it right.

Furthermore, your people are now completely dependent on technology, both in and outside of work. They are now glued to screens, and in the absence of in-person conversations, this will only grow. It’s an increasingly challenging job to equip your people with the tools and systems they need to succeed, develop and perform to the best of their abilities.

THE TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTOR

Switching from “water cooler chat” and boardroom meetings to buffering connections, accidental interruptions and the constant ping of instant messages is a giant culture change for most of us.
Too often, your people are grappling with a discordant mixture of multiple systems, set up in a panic to plug the communication gap. Digital noise is now rife, and it’s not always clear which channels are right for which communication, leaving people tethered to half a dozen different channels to ensure they don’t miss anything.

The Impact Of Technology

86%

of people state that they prefer meetings that embrace technology

$637 billion

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) market is set to hit almost $637 billion by 2022

43%

of remote meeting attendees feel frustrated or disengaged

53%

of meetings currently involve attendees who join remotely

85%

of organisations expect technology transformation to continue as a primary business disruptor

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Solution #1 Perform A Technology Audit………

Solution 2# Prioritise Integrate, Open Technology…….

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