Future Workplace Realities
The workplace of the future will be an environment where technology advancement aids diverse working ability and skills. In short, the workplace of the future is all about the future of people.
By creating an inclusive workplace—a team of people can thrive in and be creative. In view of this, myForesight has come up with an infographic to illustrate what the workplace of the future would look like. The whole aim of this is to promote every team member to be more accountable of their work and the results required out of them.
The office a few years from now will in most ways physically resemble the office of today. People will still sit at desks and meet in conference rooms and get food from the cafeteria. The big changes to the way we work will be in the gadgets—they will be as powerful as mainframes, allowing workers to do heavy computing work, like product design, on the go. Tiny sensors will monitor your movements and, based on the departments you visit, recommend potential co-workers to meet and work with.
To this end, there are several key strategies that can be adopted to drive the best results out of your team:
- Support workforce mobility with a consistent, connected experience
Today’s workforce expects to be able to work from any device, from anywhere, at any time. Make applications and tools truly user-friendly whether accessed via a desktop or a smartphone.
- Build a network for seamless collaboration
Oftentimes, new employees have to wait weeks to get access to all the technologies and systems they need to do their job. Overcome this by designing a collaborative system for your employees to execute your business ideas with speed.
- Evolve the working experience
Every day, technologies with greater functionality and superior performance hit the consumer market. Unfortunately, most companies are not providing a workplace technology experience that matches the typical consumer technology experience. This however can have a substantial, negative impact on employee productivity, morale and retention. Last but not least, to learn more about the topic, you can read the original article here.
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