Digital transformation is underway, but it’s all a question of timing.
Within organisations, disruptive change has become a reality. Many of the consumer-oriented technologies are equally applicable in a business setting, and entirely new enterprise-oriented ideas are being explored.
Business leaders, however, find it hard to judge which of these technologies are hype, and which are a transformative reality.
To help with this, Step Two introduced the Digital Workplace Radar as a model that helps teams and businesses to understand what changes are happening right now, and which ones are still in the distant future.
Drawing on 20 years of experience in the industry, the Radar enables teams and leaders to have informed discussions and to make effective decisions.
Now in its third year, patterns are starting to emerge, of technologies that seem to be forever circling, while others that skip the queue to land in a hurry.
We encourage teams to make use of the Radar to understand broad industry shifts, and to create their own Radar to understand what’s happening in their industry and business.
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