Having an Engaged and Productive Workforce Today Requires a Modern Workplace

When I started out in my journey into the business world some 35 years ago, there was so much rigidity and process rigor in everything. There were dress codes like always wearing a suit (not a sports jacket) – you were expected to wear a shirt and tie. The expectation was a minimum contribution of 8:00am to 5:00pm, working under tight management supervision and rigorous reporting of activity. Everyone had a designated desk or workspace  …>> more

Agility and the Modern Workspace

It is all hands on deck as we dive deeper into a customer centric paradigm shift. So fire up your deck at the inflection point and make a little runway for your transformative change agents to pivot, segment, and come up with a solve. And if you didn’t understand that, you are part of the 99.99% who are equally baffled. Over the past two decades, the office place, and our perception of what is “ideal”  …>> more

Collaboration & the Modern Workplace

A recent KPMG report noted that the main priorities of modern workers fall into four major areas – culture, enjoyment of the working experience, open and honest communication, and flexibility.[1] Price Waterhouse Coopers notes that while some organizations recognize the importance of these priorities, many other organizations still struggle to achieve them.[2] A key challenge most companies face today is meeting the needs of modern workers while maintaining a competitive edge, a process that often  …>> more