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The saying ‘Change is the only constant’ took on a new resonance during the global pandemic as disruptive change happened with velocity, transforming organizations and their working structures overnight.
COVID-19 has frequently been described as the greatest accelerator for digital transformation, forging alternative ways of working and giving new meaning to how, when and where ‘work’ is done – whether or not organizations and their people were ready for such levels of change. ‘Organizational readiness’ not only explains and provides a framework for how quickly we are able to respond to disruptive change, but also how we move forward to reorganize and regenerate in order to ultimately build back stronger.
In this episode of Digital Workplace Impact, Nancy Goebel is joined by Shimrit Janes, Director of Knowledge for DWG, who shares insights into how organizational readiness frameworks have evolved over time, as she takes a fresh look at DWG research on this topic from 2016. She considers what has changed in this space during the global pandemic as well as what we have learned over the course of the year.
Diving into three key areas of ‘readiness’ for digital working – organizational systems, team cultivation and individual capability – this enlightening conversation shares new thinking and practical recommendations for digital workplace teams to enable their organizations to be ready for change today and in the future.
Guest speaker: Shimrit Janes, Director of Knowledge, Digital Workplace Group
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Free report excerpt: Organizational readiness: What digital workplace teams need to know
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