Where work or learning physically happens no longer defines the user experience. Fueled by an appetite for digital experiences and capabilities, we’ve clearly entered a “do anything from anywhere” world, creating limitless potential for borderless innovation and flexible collaboration.
Now that remote and hybrid experiences—where team members shift between performing remotely and on-site—have become standard,
chief information officers have new opportunities to rethink their approach to technology and embrace a hybrid culture to deliver an engaging and seamless user experience. Looking toward the future, they’re also conscious of how their decisions impact employee happiness.
By empowering their people with digital work and learning experiences, organizations have the ability to attract and leverage global talent from anywhere. This flexibility and scalability not only bolster operational resiliency but provide the organization the agility it requires to take advantage of new opportunities, deliver ongoing value and outpace disruptions.
With work now being a thing people do instead of a place where they go, your ability to deliver a best-in-class digital workplace experience is critical to your future success. Read on for strategies businesses should consider to drive organizational success in this new hybrid world.
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