There’s a new landscape in the workplace — a new geography being defined and shaped by technology
Virtual working, enterprise mobility, consumer tech, social tools and borderless collaboration mean we are increasingly working digitally, often away from the office.
There are huge opportunities:
- Massive operational efficiencies and cost savings
- A happier and more engaged workforce
- Strategic impact and competitive advantage.
But there are serious challenges:
- How to embrace change and keep up with the pace
- Poor workplace technologies
- A piecemeal and operational response rather than a strategic vision.
So, who is charting the way best way forward? Who is navigating the new digital world of work? DWF is setting the right course by allowing global organizations to securely share insights, learnings and experiences. We’re mapping performance and investigating emerging topics, allowing our partners to explore, expand and mobilize their digital workplace.
Becoming a DWF partner means you can grasp the opportunities and avoid the pitfalls and obstacles.
For example, at recent meetings in London and New York, DWF partners got round the discussion table. The resulting conversations challenged many assumptions about the digital and physical worlds of work.
We have explored the digital workplaces at organizations such as Microsoft, Aviva, Deutsche Post DHL and Johnson & Johnson. We have developed one of the first models to map the digital workplace. We have shared examples and cases, challenging questions and visions of the future. And by identifying steps in the evolution of real estate, working practices, technology platforms, collaboration and mobile working, we have begun to map the road ahead.