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Why Companies Fail In Their Digital Transformation Journeys?

Every company is leveraging some or other form of digital transformation, but the reason why many digital transformations are failing is that people do not understand why the organization needs to change in the first place. It is important that the companies understand the HWW(How, When and Why) of why they need to be a part of the digital transformation wave. Here are 3 reasons why companies fail in their digital transformation journey: 1. Constricted with Technology We are confined to the problems we face with technology and every time we make a change in one part of our strategy or detail, we need to update the entire process. Why Companies Fail In Their Digital Transformation Journeys?

Delivering a Connected Employee Experience

At the end of the day, Employee experience is of extreme importance for the organization’s success. According to a survey conducted by The Future Workplace, the majority of employers (83%) said the employee experience is important or very important for organizational success. Yet, many companies do not spend dedicated time or resources making sure their employee experience is well-designed and aligned with company culture. You would hear companies and HR talk about employee engagement at multiple forums and in-office discussions, but the fact remains that there are very few that are able to deliver a connected employee experience that enriches them and in turn, makes them feel valued. Here Delivering a Connected Employee Experience

Out Thinking Workforce Experience – A Practical Take

The business landscape is constantly evolving and we may see a change in the coming years. Every business works on a diversified approach and if we are able to manage that effectively we can create innovation as well as serve our customers effectively and gain a competitive advantage. If a company plans on bringing this change then the same needs to start from the senior management. It might sound challenging, but many leading researchers and social scientists have proven a link between diversity and productivity. Here are 3 tips through which businesses can provide an amazing experience at their workplace: 1. Out Thinking Workforce Experience – A Practical Take

What if? Breaking Barriers to Innovation

Forget the “What If?”: For a long time now, we have been advised to rise above the “ifs” and “buts”. This holds true with regard to acknowledging and accepting innovation in the field of HR as well. Innovation refers to one such new discovery, invention, idea, or breakthrough, which brings about a drastic change in the way things are perceived and interpreted. Every little change is followed by resistance. The case is the same with regard to HR innovation as well. The catch here is to simply break barriers and make way for innovation. Make a Collective Effort: In order What if? Breaking Barriers to Innovation

99 Shades of AI – The Talent Version

AI better known as Artificial Intelligence has started contributing massively to the HR function. The most recent involvement has been in talent acquisition and management. In times, when a time constraint is a major issue faced by most of us, AI is believed to ease things out by helping us to divert our precious time to productive activities in general. Candidates are constantly looking for jobs and workplaces that promise the utmost job satisfaction. Every single day, several emails sent by job seekers flock to the HR manager’s inbox. However, it becomes extremely difficult for hiring managers to scrutinize all 99 Shades of AI – The Talent Version

The Covid pandemic acted as a catalyst in prompting businesses to pivot to remote working, leading to the concept of employee experience being catapulted into the limelight. This sudden shift to remote working has had both positive and negative effects. While some businesses were able to remain operational, many employees were facing high levels of stress and burnout due to the changed circumstances. Creative Social Intranet advocates the usage of employee experience software to track a variety of employee-centric metrics.
Creative Social Intranet has found that acknowledging the importance of marking an occasion to express gratitude to another individual helps make moments unforgettable, giving depth to our day-to-day lives. Imagine our mental state is likened to a battery – it could be full, totally exhausted, or somewhere in between. When your battery is full, you’re more likely to make sound decisions, deal with challenging people, pay attention and concentrate more easily, and feel emboldened and assured.
Social networks can provide a better way for companies to communicate and collaborate. With traditional emails, there is often an overload of messages that employees need to sift through, making it hard to find important information quickly. Additionally, when someone leaves the organization, the valuable knowledge locked in their emails could be lost forever. Social networking software helps businesses overcome these issues by ensuring that key data isn’t forgotten. By using this method, organizations are better able to stay connected and on top of their operations.