When you engage each and every employee, you can transform them from “knowledge workers” into empowered employees. And that is a powerful value for business.
Most enterprise executives are facing a workplace that is no longer a physical place, but a blend of virtual and physical environments; where employees are bringing their preferences to work and BYOD is the new norm; where collaboration has to happen beyond walled garden; and any-to-any connectivity is a requirement, not a “nice to have.”
As business leaders we are faced with making this work, and we find ourselves asking: How do we engage customers to provide them with greater value? How can we engage our employees so that they can get better, faster? Read More »
Tags: byod, collaboration, collaboration architecture, in-person experience, pervasive video, TelePresence, user experience
Telecommuting isn’t really anything new – people have been doing it for many years. One thing that has changed, however, is the dramatic gain in popularity. More people than ever seem to be embracing the option of working remotely, and it’s setting the standard for the new in-demand work environment, writes Mashable Business’s Amy-Mae Elliott. Working parents like the telework option to balance work and personal life; metro area employees enjoy the break from hectic commutes; and, younger employees appreciate the workplace flexibility, according to the article. Question is, are organizations ready to embrace the spike in demand for this growing trend?
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Tags: Cisco TelePresence, in-person experience, telecommuting, TelePresence, tetework, virtual worker, virtual workplace, work life balance