Tag: chris ellis

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Digital Workplace

The Magic Number of Process Automation Platforms? 3 to 5

A common mistake in process automation is assuming a solution that worked well in one instance will work well across the board.

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Employee Experience

Why Humans Should Remain Central to Digital Recruiting

While digital tools can help with the applicant experience, we have to remain careful with the amount of automation we use in the process.

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Employee Experience

Tech Is Evolving for the Hybrid Employee Experience

While we’ve successfully replicated some aspects of the pre-2020 employee experience digitally, work remains to fully reimagine EX for the hybrid workplace.

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Employee Experience

Wearing Too Many Hats Is Grinding Your Workers Down

Too many employers don’t understand how over-extended their workforce is — until it’s too late.

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Collaboration & Productivity

What It Takes to Achieve Effective Collaboration in a Hybrid Workplace

We need to find innovative ways to ensure staff can continue to interact and share knowledge and ideas, regardless of where they are working.

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Digital Workplace

Citizen Developers: Some Assembly Required

With many organizations slowly recovering from COVID-19, attention is returning to how digital transformation can get operations fully back on track.

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Information Management

How Effective Process Management Can Reduce Business Risk

There is a close link between business processes and risk levels. Learn how to manage the former to reduce the latter.

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Digital Workplace

Reimagine Your Core Business Processes in 2021

Organizations are taking stock of the many process changes rapidly set in place over the last year with an eye towards how they must evolve.

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Digital Workplace

The Future of Work From Home: 5 Trends Shaping the 2021 Workplace

The reality is, the workplace will remain largely virtual in 2021, regardless of business leaders’ long-term plans.

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Digital Workplace

The Remote Work Movement Was in the Cards. The Pandemic Just Sped It Up

An already shifting workplace culture combined with the pandemic inadvertently created the golden age of working from home.

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Information Management

How Automation Is Removing Workplace Roadblocks

Automation solutions can unlock immediate benefits for understaffed IT teams, time-pressed on-the-ground workers and enterprises struggling to innovate.

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Information Management

Automating Tasks Improves Workers’ Job Security — and Enterprise Innovation

Workers are more likely to ensure job security by helping drive digital transformation than preventing it.

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Information Management

Digital Transformation 2.0: IT and Business Strategy Alignment

It’s time to enter the next phase of digital transformation: process platform governance.

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Information Management

Looking to Build Resilience? Rethink Your Approach to IT

For companies looking to build on the momentum of the last few months, adopting a process platform approach to IT is an ideal next step.

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Digital Workplace

3 Reasons Why Cloud Working Is Here to Stay

The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t change the way we work: it accelerated a transition that was already underway.

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Information Management

Good Business Processes Are Key to Resilience During Disruption

Process mapping and oversight needs to be a priority for all businesses today, and preparing teams with tools and resources must come from the top down.

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Collaboration & Productivity

What Skills Will Your Workforce Need for the Months Ahead?

Most businesses are busy putting out immediate fires in COVID-19’s wake. They don’t have time to focus on the bigger picture months or years out.