The “digital workplace” was born from the need to unify the technologies used in the company (e-mail, HR applications, videoconferencing tools, etc.). The digitalization of organizations, telecommuting, data sharing, etc. have made it an issue, against a backdrop of efficiency and collaboration. Let’s talk about the employee experience.
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A digital workplace is a work ecosystem that has truly emerged as a result of recent upheavals in work codes and the need to digitalize processes. It’s about unifying and pooling all digital technologies to create a coherent system and foster digital collaboration between all employees, wherever they are.
The digital workplace transforms the employee experience in depth. It implies a restructuring of work methods and tools to satisfy, in particular, the new hybrid work modes, which call for more flexibility.
Within an organization, the digital workplace must enable :
One of the major challenges of the digital workplace concerns the relationship with people: technology must serve people, not the other way around. The tools of this digital ecosystem must be designed by and for employees.
Thus, the advantages of a digital workplace are to :
Our K-NOW solution, a digital adaptation platform, guides your teams in the adoption of your digital workplace modules. Like an application GPS, intelligent guidance, alerts, notifications, feedback, but also onboarding, real-time guided tours… everything is there for an easy and fluid learning curve.
Once the digital workplace strategy has been defined, the deployment must be detailed to all employees. Training is therefore crucial to support the adoption of a digital workplace. It ensures visibility, so that the change can be approached calmly and the progress of the project can be communicated step by step.
The challenge of training for the digital workplace is to create sufficiently comprehensive courses to use these new work spaces. This implies having common foundations and specific modules to explain the why, the how, and to quickly increase skills.
It is by federating the various stakeholders around this training that the adoption of the digital workplace will be a success. Thanks to a collaborative learning approach, the human dimension is brought to the forefront. Learners, who discover how the digital workplace works, can get involved in the training by interacting via comments and asking questions to the course authors.
K-STUDIO is an e-learning authoring software to create 100% realistic interactive training content for your digital workplace. More flexible and more economical than a training environment, these interactive and 100% realistic training capsules allow you to train by doing, whether it be in a classroom, at a distance or in e-learning, guaranteeing a high retention rate of learners.
Today, setting up a digital workplace is no longer an option for companies. More than the integration of collaborative tools, instant messaging, an intranet, storage spaces… it is their connection to each other, their accessibility everywhere and all the time, that create an efficient work environment. A digital workplace is not only a means to improve business performance, but also to enhance the employer’s brand on the employee and candidate side, and brand preference on the customer side.
Knowmore Solutions are compatible and complementary with the 360Learning LMS and help accelerate and optimize the successful deployment of a digital workplace.
360Learning helps organizations accelerate the sharing of skills for talent, customer and partner development. With the Learning Management System (LMS) designed for collaborative learning, training departments address the need for skill growth through the power of internal expertise, instead of top-down training. 360Learning offers a Suite of solutions to integrate and develop new employees, train field teams, and support customers and partners.
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