As a global pandemic reshaped the way we work, many businesses had to quickly deploy creative solutions to enable their workforce to work from home.
Almost 90 percent of organisations have encouraged or required employees to work from home, and nearly all organisations (97 percent) have cancelled work-related travel. The demand to enable remote workers, at scale, is increasing exponentially and no industry or sector is immune.
As we collectively emerge back into our public spaces and workplaces, a new normal will evolve. A normal where our work and home lives will be more blended than ever before, where work is an output and not a place we go, and where flexibility of working arrangements will be talent magnets as our collective workforce reshapes around the new reality.
The workforce will evolve – and all workplaces need to adapt to this, no matter what industry.
Companies are moving towards one of four ‘return to work’ models, or combination of these models across different business functions.
There are four key enablers to supporting a fit-for-purpose digital workplace – the implications of every enabler are different in every ‘return to work’ model, and the implementation approach will depend on your business outcomes, your space and your workforce requirements.
To help you and your business be better prepared for the now, and set up for what your newer normal might look like, KPMG has a 10-day method to quickly establish your minimum viable digital workplace, in line with your ‘return to work’ model.
The three steps to a digital workplace:
KPMG can assist mid-sized organisations or businesses to establish a secure, collaborative and connected work environment for all of their staff, while setting the foundation for a long-term Always On Business in line with the most suitable ‘Return to Work’ model.
Always On Business’ minimum viable digital workplace will allow you to:
To find out how you can pivot your workplace
to the newer normal, get in touch.
KPMG and ThingsAt have collaborated to assist clients for the ‘Assess’ and ‘Define’ phases of the minimum viable digital workplace approach, for the devices enabler. ThingsAt focuses on delivering cost and productivity benefits through better procurement and management of End User devices including Device Asset Management and Device as a Service.
The ThingsAt team has worked closely with clients across all industry sectors in Australia, New Zealand and the broader Asian region over the past 25 years, delivering IT End-User solutions and Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) design, transition and management.