Posts tagged digital workplace


Communication

It takes people and vision to make digital workplace transformation happen

Digital transformation brings many positives, but some long-term trends are troubling, according to Rob Colwill, CEO and founder of the digital workplace hub, ElevatePoint. If implemented and adopted unwisely, digital solutions could transform organisations in ways that will have negative implications for both the companies and its workers. In this interview, Colwill tells MARGINALIA about the pitfalls to avoid when it comes to digital change, and why a primary focus on strategy and people – even before evaluating the technology – is key to success.

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Innovation

Putting people first to create the future of work

The ‘people first platform’ brings HR, flow technology, infused AI and chatbot functions together to nurture a productive relationship between the employee and employer, and between the employee and their work. MARGINALIA speaks with Head of Marketing, Juliet Hailstone, to explore how the platform contributes to the future of work. In this interview, Hailstone discusses the impact of digital transformation on HR, and suggests organisations must put their ‘people first’ if they are to be successful and productive in the years ahead.

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Communication

Building new organisational models to achieve true digital transformation

To achieve true digital workplace transformation, companies must adopt new organisational models, and radically change outdated management and leadership styles. Leaders, and everyone involved, must develop a new mindset around the enabling technologies — making sure the tools enable people to do more and to do different things, rather than just doing old things in new ways. In this wide-ranging interview, Gerry McGovern highlights what employees need within the digital workplace.

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Case studies

A digital workplace engages staff at London Heathrow

London’s main hub airport, Heathrow, is building its digital workplace. With help from Content and Code and its Fresh Intranet product, the new internal digital platform is enabling a consistent experience for all staff. Thousands of front-line employees are now able to access a compelling digital workplace via mobile devices, supporting both engagement and day-to-day operations. MARGINALIA spoke with Neil Barnett, Senior Digital Communications Manager, Heathrow Airport.

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Communication

Transforming scans into usable documents with AI

Adobe Document Cloud has updated the Adobe Scan app with new discovery capabilities. Adobe Scan captures information from anywhere, allowing individuals and teams to bring physical artefacts into their digital workplace. MARGINALIA spoke with Adobe Group Product Marketing Manager, Lisa Croft, to explore scanning and the app’s productivity benefits. In this interview, Croft goes beyond idea capture and information reuse, and into digital transformation.

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Communication

Evolve your intranet to suit modern ways of working, but stay focused on business outcomes   

A mature intranet takes time; it should always evolve, must never become stagnant. To continue to be useful and used, the intranet should adapt to business needs, but this means experiments and trials may be necessary, and not every development will succeed. Sarah Blackburn, Client Success Manager at EasySharePoint, shares her advice around ensuring the intranet progresses in line with people’s needs and expectations.

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Communication

How the Microsoft 365 digital workplace supports a collaborative and diverse culture

What, exactly, is a modern workplace? What’s the role of the digital workplace in enabling meaningful work? How might it encourage creativity and inculcate a collaborative culture? MARGINALIA speaks with Director of Product Marketing for Microsoft 365, Jack Elmore, who explores these developing topics and offers his insider views on modern toolsets and business processes.

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Communication

Manage your forms in the cloud for effortless processing

There was a time when it was common to print a form, fill it in with a pen, and then scan it to save it back to the system. While most companies now use online forms of some kind, there’s still friction for the end-user if they have to save a document to their desktop first. A fully digital experience is better, and PDFfiller offers easy PDF editing in the cloud and full-featured form workflows to transform your ‘paperwork’.

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