How to fix the employee experience in 2018

The employee experience is becoming more strategic than ever. Staying in one position over the course of your career is no longer the norm. Today’s employees change jobs around four times by age 32, staying at the same job for just 4.4 years, on average (half, if they’re younger).

How enterprises can use digital disruption to their advantage

Digital disruption, the change brought on by new emerging technologies and ideas, is often viewed as a negative force. This is mostly based on the ‘disruption’ side of things, which impacts existing products and services within the current market.

[Podcast] Why the best CEOs are inspirational assholes & how to optimize decision-making within your company

I recently spoke with Harry Stebbings on many topics, including why the best CEOs are inspirational assholes. Check out the episode here.

Bringing together the best of 6 enterprise technologies to create the ultimate employee portal

Business leaders today would agree that the shift to a digital workplace is necessary, but everyone seems to have different ideas about how to do it and what are the best enterprise technologies to use along the way.

What is workforce empowerment and how can you apply it to your team?

Studies show that empowered workers are more engaged with their work, more productive—22 percent more—and ultimately accomplish more on the job. The reason? Because workforce empowerment means bestowing employees with autonomy, self-direction and tools to get the job done.

How Sapho can help IT departments achieve bimodal transformation

The road to digital transformation has been a rocky one for many enterprises, as the need for fast innovation constantly clashes with the heavy demands of slow-moving yet indispensable legacy systems.

Employee engagement best practices for 2018

If getting employees engaged in their work was easy, everyone would be doing it. And, since 85 percent of the world’s workforce reports feeling disengaged from work, it’s clearly not a simple task.

What the digital revolution means for the enterprise

The digital revolution, which began during the 1980s, continues to maintain its momentum. From the progression of analog and mechanical devices, such as the rotary telephone, to the emersion of digital technology, such as the iPhone and cloud computing, this revolution is driving change across many areas of our society—including the way we work.

Digital workplace trends of 2018

If you want to know what the future holds for enterprise software, look no further than consumer apps.
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