Posts tagged: workplace transformation

  1. Your four-point plan for a data-driven working culture

    Data has become something of a buzzword in recent years. It’s difficult to read about anything to do with business without seeing it mentioned in some capacity. There is a clear reason for this, of course: data can be an extremely powerful too...

  2. Predictive Analytics: The key to intelligent engineering

    IT support has historically been reactive: wait for it to break then fix it, and fix it cheap. But this simple approach is no longer fit for purpose. Times have changed, the workplace is evolving, and business users are becoming less accepting...

  3. Why are companies still clinging to the 9 to 5?

    Do we really need the 9-5 working day anymore? Or should we allow people to fit work around their lives in a way that suits them, giving them more time to focus on family or hobbies? To that first question, many top employers would argue not. ...

  4. Four reasons ‘engineerless’ field engineering is the future

    No, you didn’t misread that headline. I really do believe we should be aiming for a lack of engineers in field engineering! But hear me out… With technology such as the internet of things (IoT), predictive analytics, drones, augmented realit...

  5. The workplace is evolving – here’s why

    It’s difficult to overstate how much the working world has changed in the 21st century. Technology like artificial intelligence, augmented reality or bots would seem almost alien to an early-noughties employee, but more and more these elements ...

  6. Windows 10: The future workplace catalyst

    The hyper-connected world that we now inhabit continues to alter the way we live, work and play.  The perception of what a workplace (and workforce) really is and, most importantly, could be in the future is consistently being broken down and re...

  7. From CIO to Chief Attention Officer

    This is a guest blog from Tony Crabbe, business psychologist and author of Busy: How To Thrive in a World of Too Much. Historically, the world’s knowledge doubled every 100 years. As we entered the 20th century, this accelerated. In fact, Mark...

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