Before the COVID-19 outbreak, less than a quarter of the workforce worked remotely on a regular basis. To respond to the immediate need to support an increasing number of remote workers, companies have relied on their existing technology infrastructure.


But organizations will need to do a lot more to create a truly digital work experience for their employees — one that will work for the longer term. Employers should explore new technologies that might be more appropriate for their current and future working environment. They should also consider — and this is just as crucial — how they can build employees’ digital capabilities, so their people can put these technologies to better use daily.


Understand how you can implement digital collaboration — from project delivery, to training, to leading the overall digital transformation of the entire organization.


Three ways to enhance digital collaboration

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