Employee engagement is more than being a “yes person”

It’s natural that every employer wants their employees to feel connected to their team, to management, and to the company. A strong connection is at the heart of employee engagement, and engaged employees are crucial to the success of businesses.

3 digital workplace trends your business needs to adopt in 2019

If there’s one thing Snapchat addicts and people with Yahoo email addresses can agree on, it’s that most enterprise software lags behind consumer technology.

The impact of AI and the future of work

Although still in its infancy, AI has introduced game-changing new capabilities into the business world.  Machine learning and chatbots have crept into our digital lives, first on the consumer side and now, as workplace tools to help employees get more done.

How an integration platform can improve the productivity of organizations

Are emails killing your productivity? Have meetings become a major time sink? Do your employees spend hours manually updating spreadsheets?

3 employee engagement strategies proven to improve employee satisfaction

Walk into any given office meeting, and odds are just one in three people in the room feel engaged in their work. The rest are either checked out or openly hostile toward your company.

How emerging technology can improve business efficiency

In business today, two of the most regularly used buzzwords are efficiency and productivity. As Harvard Business Review noted last year, efficiency is doing the same with less–less time, less budget–whereas productivity is achieving more with the same.

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.

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.

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.