The Modern Workplace is one where collaboration and communication technologies allow the workforce to work seamlessly, effectively and efficiently, at any time, from any place and on any device.
We are now entering the latest iteration of the Modern Workplace. People want to work where it suits them: work from the office, and their homes, and anywhere else that makes sense – rather than being bound by physical walls. We are seeing large offices shrink, and hubs for collaborative work grow. How you manage this transition period will dictate how you acquire and retain staff; how you innovate; how you compete; and ultimately, your long-term how you survive and thrive as a business. This is the Modern Workplace.
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Simply put, a Modern Workplace is one where collaboration and communication technologies allow the modern office to work seamlessly, effectively and efficiently, at any time, from any place and on any device.
Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, workplace strategies were being reimagined due to the cusp of crucial technological changes. The legacy approach to working whereby the workforce commuted to a corporate real estate was under question for a long while. Companies were beginning to transition away from the ‘work is a place you go to’ notion to a hybrid work environment.
The pandemic merely fuelled the rate of change towards the modernisation of the workplace and the growth of the remote workforce.
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