Shifting to a digital workplace is as much about a cultural change as it is about technology.
Digital workplace leadership is largely a hands-off role.
It is up to executives to set a vision, then step back and let the organization determine the program.
It Takes a Village
When it comes to digital workplace design, I often use the analogy of town planning.
Digital Workplace Leadership: It Takes a Village
“Why yes, yes we do,” said every function in every department in every organization.
And not just desktops and laptops and mobile phones, but scanners, scales, beacons, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), security systems, smart lighting and building control systems.
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Intelligent voice-based assistants from Amazon, Google and nearly every tech heavyweight are becoming commonplace, making daily tasks quicker, more efficient and even entertaining. But should we really care? Will the impact be that great? Arguably, yes.
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For decades, business surveys and management textbooks identified strategy execution as one of the top challenges facing CEOs.
The problem isn’t the quality of management strategies: It is the difficulty carrying them out. Beautiful ideas don’t make a customer happy.
Why It Pays to Focus on Process