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The Heroic Journey to the Digital Workplace: Our Hero Returns

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The conclusion of our hero’s journey, and the changes it wrought in the digital workplace.

 

In Part 1 of our Hero’s Journey, you learned how today’s organisations are preparing for the digital future…by choosing technologies, mapping change, and getting their teams ready. In Part 2, you rode shotgun as our hero hit the road – forging alliances and partnerships with interested parties along the way.

Now it’s time for the third act.

As with the conclusion of any great story, ours concludes with our hero reaching his goals and returning home – changed. Not to continue his or her old life…but to start a new one.

Because the journey to the digital workplace isn’t a voyage of geography, it’s a voyage of transformation and adoption. And it’s a journey that has more in common with the Greek myths than your daily commute.

Your digital transformation is a narrative of big ideas, strategic planning, and decisive actions that will bring real change.

And just as the classical stories gave rise to new organising principles – collaboration across cultures, shared stakes in a joint enterprise, democratic decision making – the improvements of digital transformation are more than incremental.

They’re a paradigm shift.

 

95% of people say they plan to use business communication tools instead of in-person meetings.

The third in a three-part series

To learn how it’s done, let’s embark on the last leg of our hero’s journey… and learn not just the way digital technology transforms our workplaces and drives user adoption, but how we can make the best of those transformations and maximise on this adoption.

Your heroic journey to the digital workplace is nearly at an end.

Download Chapter Three of this guidebook and let it aid you as your journey approaches its end.

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About the author

Helen Lancaster, has a career spanning 18 years in the IT and Telco sectors spending time at Canadian giant Nortel Networks, US manufacturer Avaya and UK Telco Kcom. Her roles over the years have included various commercial positions in sales and marketing - including four years in Madrid in Spain - leading to her current position of Head of Marketing for Northern Europe at Arkadin. Helen has a passion for data, and all things digital.

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