On April 2, a new issue of Infolio-Gartner newsletter - Digital Workplace Execution & Productivity - was released, featuring original research on the topic by recognized IT analyst organization Gartner.
The newsletter is a must read for executives looking to maximize the impact of digital transformation. It contains research about best practices in digital workplace execution informed by the real-world experiences of a global financial services firm. Also, the newsletter provides access to Gartner's analyst report "Recipe for Digital Workplace Execution: Transform the Corporate Culture."¹
Businesses today operate in markets that are increasingly complex and volatile, and today's knowledge workers face a growing onslaught of information, interruptions, and competitive forces. Business leaders are under intense pressure to increase the productivity of key employees and achieve business results. Winning in the face of these challenges requires relentless innovation and collaboration between IT and HR to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse and mobile workforce. In this age of consumer IT and digital distraction a new approach to enterprise IT is desperately needed... a strategy for innovation and effectiveness referred to by Gartner, Infolio and others as "The Digital Workplace."
This Infolio newsletter provides insights about key digital workplace trends for enterprise business leaders driving digital transformation initiatives. In particular, it focuses on solutions that can increase the effectiveness of high-impact cross-functional teams tackling complex non-routine work.
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¹ "Recipe for Digital Workplace Execution: Transform the Corporate Culture" G00294909 Published: 3 March 2016 by Gartner Analyst(s): Matthew W. Cain, Paul Miller
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