Redefining Enterprise Collaboration for the Digital Age
The Industrial Revolution triggered a transformative wave in how companies operate. This has gained new momentum in the last few decades, owing to rapid globalization across the world. Global workforces are now the norm, with even mid-sized organizations taking advantage of best-cost locations and regional talent. Consider the recent trend of co-working that was originally meant to aid independent and part-time workers.
But in reality, large companies make up a big portion of the distributed workforce housed in co-working oﬃces — 40% of co-working pioneer, WeWorks’ members have 500+ employees. Trends like this create a challenge in terms of collaboration. How can companies reconcile the variations in language, culture, location, time zones, and operational verticals to ensure that employees are able to seamlessly collaborate? According to a recent study, companies promoting collaborative work are 5x more likely to achieve high performance. On an individual level, employees participating in collaboration will pursue a task for a 64% longer period than those working independently.
The writing is on the wall – enterprises need to quickly adopt robust digital workplace platforms such as Microsoft 365 to break down the barriers to collaboration. Partnering with a managed services provider on the adoption journey can help tailor the digital workplace platform to the organization’s unique business needs.
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