European organizations face a difficult balancing act as they plan their future workplace strategies. On the one hand, they are tasked with driving efficiency in their current environment, and ensuring compliance and security against an increasingly complex threat and regulatory background. On the other, they need to lay the... Read more
Are organizations in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) ready for the workplace revolution?
The ANZ region leads the way in a number of areas including the proportion of companies looking to create a more consistent and consumer-like employee experience, and in the adoption of an integrated approach to mobility in... Read more
The need to drive innovation at speed is forcing businesses in the UK & Ireland to look beyond the walls of their organization, and 69% have either implemented or plan to implement crowdsourcing and open innovation as a way to create new products and services – the highest rate... Read more
Within the next decade, the concept of a full-time job in a traditional office environment will be largely forgotten.
92% of organizations in Spain say that the complexity of today’s workplace technology is holding employees back.
30% of Spanish business and IT leaders also admit that their current workplace approach is... Read more
As new generations become the dominant presence in the workforce, 70% of business and IT leaders in France state that they are adapting current policies to create an improved work/life balance. 54% are laying the foundations to provide a more consumer-like workplace experience.
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One of the most interesting findings from the study is that cybersecurity is acting as a handbrake on business with two-thirds of participants from Germany stating that their current approach to security has a negative impact on productivity.
Read the Workplace 2025 Survey results for Germany to see how businesses... Read more
Organizations in the Nordic Region believe their current approach has a harmful impact on their ability to engage and innovate with external partners.
Business and technology leaders in the region see the rise of artificial intelligence as having a bigger impact on the future of their workplace strategy than their... Read more
An overwhelming 92% of participants in the Workplace 2025 study in the Benelux region state that interoperability with outdated technology is a challenge to workplace productivity.
They also believe their current approach is having a damaging impact on their ability to engage and innovate with external partners and accelerate time-to-market... Read more
Italian organizations admit that the complexity of today’s workplace technology is holding employees back.
Three quarters say that current working practices are not flexible enough to get the best out of their workforce, while 84% say that high staff attrition is a challenge to productivity.
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Almost half of Portuguese business and technology leaders state that cybersecurity has a negative impact on productivity - a worryingly high level.
When workers are faced with complex or time-consuming security authentication procedures, they can be encouraged to take noncompliant routes and cut corners if they are trying to perform... Read more