Scotland’s productivity has been stagnant for the last decade. We remain stuck in a second quartile position, ranked 16th out of 37 OECD countries. The position for the UK is no better with productivity remaining close to bottom of the G7 league table.
For both public and private sector organisations, there are two main ways of improving this.
We could all work longer hours and harder OR we can leverage the full potential of emerging technologies for building Modern Intelligent Workplaces, rethinking ‘the way things are done around here’, breaking free from the limits imposed by outdated IT systems and outdated management thinking.
Embedding technology at the core of everything your organisation does can help to streamline internal systems and processes, improve efficiency and reduce costs; becoming an agile, fast-moving, collaborative, data driven, productive organisation, ‘fit-for-purpose’ in a digital age.
Organised by Bridgeall and hosted by Microsoft, our highly interactive Change Leaders Forum, taking place on the 30th October will evaluate the issues and challenges facing organisations in building Modern Intelligent Workplaces, the progress being made benchmarked against accepted best practice, barriers to be overcome, with highly practical advice for ‘getting there’ being presented.
Forum findings will be written up as a short White Paper – “Improving Productivity through Building Modern Intelligent Workplaces” – made available to all participants.
Full details of the event, with free registration, can be found here – Change Leaders Forum: Empowering the Modern Intelligent Workplace.
We are expecting the event to be oversubscribed so early registration to attend is advised.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the Forum.