Tag: digital workplace
How Employee Experience Became Table Stakes for HR Technology
The pandemic accelerated vendor investments in employee experience, with experience data now the 'most valuable data in every organization.'
Project Management Software Maker Asana Adds Video Messaging, Focused Work Features
Distracted workers are a problem in the distributed workforce, company execs say. Partnerships with Vimeo and Clockwise aim to help.
SharePoint at 20: 'SharePoint Is the Same Product'
The fundamental idea behind SharePoint today is the same as it was 20 years ago.
Unified Communications Tools Are Here to Stay as Companies Return to the Office
Even with large numbers of workers returning to the physical workplace, the future of video communication and conferencing is bright. Here's why.
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.
Learning & Development
Learning Technology's Growth and What It Means
Coaching, enablement and internal mobility learning technology solutions have seen significant growth. What's the impact for learning leaders and managers?
Stoke Secures $15 Million to Connect Companies and Freelancers
The management platform sees opportunity in the post-pandemic workplace, with one estimate showing freelancers growing to 50% of U.S. workforce by 2027.
Learning & Development
Is Automation Killing the Entry-Level Job?
Companies should be worried about the leaks automation has created in their talent pool. Rethinking how they hire and develop talent can help.
HR Platform Hibob Acquires Cassiopeia to Support Remote and Hybrid Work
The New York City-based people platform will use Cassiopeia's AI to analyze team workflow and communication and help companies make better decisions.
Home Office Dos and Don'ts
Some level of working at home looks set to last, so now is the perfect time to reassess your home office space.
Knowledge & Findability
(I Can't Get No) Search Satisfaction
Nine lessons learned over a two-decade career in enterprise search, with a particular focus on achieving search satisfaction.
Why Soft Skills Matter and How to Develop Them
Soft skills became even more important during remote work. How organizations develop them going forward will determine their success in what comes next.
Collaboration & Productivity
Make 'Work in Threads, Play in Chat' Your Mantra
Chat is designed for short, sharp communications. It is ephemeral, with no guarantee that it can be easily rediscovered in the context in which it was posted.
Guild Shows Education Is Big Business, Automation Firm Celonis Raises $1 Billion & More Digital Workplace News
Guild and Pluralsight see opportunity in the skills gap, Pyn spotlights the need for hybrid working comms, and Microsoft firms up network security offerings.
Information Governance Is Boring, But Necessary
It would be dishonest to say that we can ever make Governance sexy, but we can make it much less boring and make it far more effective.
How SMBs Are Joining the Automation Race
Automation is gaining traction across enterprises and SMBs are joining the party. Here's why.
Pluralsight Seeks to Address Growing Cloud Skills Gap With A Cloud Guru Acquisition
A Cloud Guru, an online training start-up, has been acquired by Pluralsight for $2 billion, one of the largest deals ever for an Australian tech company.
It's Time to Take Another Look at Employee Monitoring
Evidence points to rising surveillance in the remote workplace. Before going further, employers should take a step back and consider what employees think.
How Employers Can Convince Women a Return to Work Is Worthwhile
Millions of women who were in the workforce in February 2020 are still unemployed. That doesn't include the 165,000 women who stopped looking for work at all.
It's Time We Ditch Our Dependence on Paper
While you and your organization may not be fully in control of your paper destiny, that doesn't mean you have to keep processing paper.