Anyone reading this already knows that major digital workforce disruption is upon us. It’s driving reassessment and reorganization across organizations and reinventing the way employees work within — and outside of — them.
Over the last few years, we’ve seen an explosion of remote workforce communication, collaboration and knowledge sharing tools, all of which seem to be betting big on sweeping changes to the way companies structure team structures, both geographically and logistically.
Meanwhile, companies of all shapes and sizes are experiencing different forms of growing pains as they try to retrofit their existing workplaces to meet a new digitized ideal. Technology is outpacing them and adoption doesn’t always come with a training manual (digital or otherwise).
There are less overt signs too, such as acute shifts to the way the industry is collectively thinking about and approaching the workforce on a day-to-day basis. Take a look at an article from last year about this topic.