A new workplace paradigm emerged over the past 10 years, shifting focus to design elements such as open plan layouts, space density and construction. Subsequently another workplace component, technology, has evolved from a behind-the-scenes role to a crucial element of the business, its operations and its office space.
For companies to maximize the productivity of their employees and their space, they need to understand the required components of a fully integrated technology enabled workplace. We’ve outlined the five key components in the presentation below:
In the end, it’s all about user experience. One in three millennials, today’s most coveted workforce, have said they would prioritize device flexibility, social media freedom and work mobility over salary in accepting a job offer, according to Kenan-Flagler Business School research.
To attract and retain top talent and do the best work for your customers, it’s imperative to take a holistic approach to workplace technology, maximizing return on that investment.
What are you waiting for?
View The Technology Enabled Workplace full report here.
View Part 1 of our Chicago Tech Series here.