Whitepaper

Transformation of Work

  • Latest findings on the interaction of technology, culture & organization
  • Exclusive survey results on hurdles & progress of digital collaboration
  • First-hand expert knowledge on modern forms of work

From new to better: How to make hybrid work environments more efficient, secure and productive.

It was like having been thrown in at the deep end: Literally over night, many employees were forced to work from home for extended periods. And yet, each challenge also represents an opportunity. Now, companies can continue
to push ahead with digitization and actively shape the new work environment.

But what should this environment look like?

Key questions of the whitepaper

Hybrid work

In the future, is the coexistence of working in the office and in the home office not necessary, desirable or a must?

Technology

What technical basics must be created to meet the requirements of the new world of work?

Security

How can the freedoms of a flexible workplace be combined with the high requirements for security & data protection?

Change Management

How can acceptance of new ways of working be created and anchored among employees?

Virtual Meetings

Do virtual meetings kick or kink employee productivity?

Frontline Worker

How does the digital integration of employees in production, logistics or customer-related services succeed?

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Transformation of Work

 

The whitepaper "Transformation of Work" outlines the path from a "New Normal" to a "Better Normal" and shows important technical, cultural and organizational prerequisites for successful hybrid working.

Included are exciting findings, including hurdles and progress in digital collaboration, from an exclusive survey of around 150 companies in German-speaking countries conducted by Campana & Schott together with IDG. 

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The Authors

Jana Müller

Jana Müller

Senior Account Managerin

Christian Koch

Christian Koch

Manager Collaboration & Unified Communication

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Stefan Haffner

Director Cyber Security

Daniel Burger

Daniel Burger

Manager Collaboration

Marco Heid

Marco Heid

Manager Collaboration