What is the 'digital workplace'? It's consists of 3 connecting circles: the employee's digital home life, employee's digital working life and the organization's digital workplace.
Only 36% of organizations have a formal digital workplace program or function.
The overview of the session relates closely to the digital workplace checklist they developed. The steps that are distinguished are:
- strategy and approach - 70% of the organizations say they have set up a collaborative platform, only 10% succeed... Do a review of systems and roadmaps and define the as-is landscape of the current digital workplace. Interestingly someone remark: don't focus only on the digital landscape but also how people do their work offline.
- stakeholders and buy-in - Interesting remark: Digital workplace seems to be resonating more with stakeholders and senior management than "intranet" and "portal".
- governance framework - their research shows governance continues to be poorly addressed. Governance should be ongoing, not only for the duration of the project
- implementation and measurement - cross-functional teams lead to more success here, take an iterative approach, define key success criteria, make sure you help people understand and use the new way of working