The events of the past two years radically changed where people work but not how they work. Organizations are scrambling to figure out a new normal that gives employees and businesses more flexibility and agility to respond to a quickly changing world. How to do so is another matter. Organizations are complex systems with overlapping rewards, barriers, and needs that are hard to untangle. Where do you start?
Looking at the experience of employees can give us clues. To effectively navigate, individuals narrow their focus to immediate work tasks and colleagues. That narrow focus is suitable for short-term efficiency, but over time it degrades organizational culture and trust, learning, and innovation. Hybrid work practices exacerbate this impact because there are even fewer opportunities for casual interactions. However, most organizations were never well-designed to efficiently connect employees across silos, geographies, and other barriers – the pandemic just made the issue much more explicit and obvious.
Those organizations that invested in building online enterprise social networks had an easier time adjusting to the pandemic, and they are demonstrating the dramatic results an enterprise network can have on efficient communication, culture change, innovation, and productivity while also changing work practices.
Join Rachel Happe, Founder of Engaged Organizations, and Brady Marchewka, Valamis Junior Sales Executive, to learn about how to:
Broadcasted on: 30th of August 2022
Duration: 1 hour