- Lines of business are eager to go digital but they are not engaging IT
- Collaboration is not happening as it should
- Changing the culture is the common end objective but cannot be measured
- Digital maturity is low
To survive and thrive in Australian business
your organisation needs a great culture, an
adaptive workforce and to choose the right
Digital disruption is impacting all sectors and industries across Australia. Approximately 80% of Australian enterprises report to being impacted
by a digital revolution.
While the level of digital maturity varies by company, technology is the common denominator. Workplace transformation is a means to an end. It’s a way for organisations to function more effectively and to meet new challenges in running a more digital business.
Human Resources departments are undergoing enormous transformation. We commissioned the survey of 200 HR Directors to understand what the key challenges and insights are for your workforce transformation.
The top challenges include the recruitment, utilisation and retention of top talent, building leadership at all levels and improving employee satisfaction and engagement.
Digital disruption has reached the HR department, demanding new ways of thinking to tackle complex problems and drive cultural transformation. Discover how HR executives are feeding technological change into their management strategies - and getting better outcomes.
New technologies and mobility are changing the way businesses operate, and the role of HR is being transformed. So how is technology shaping today’s HR agenda – and where do we go from here?
Support from management is vital to generate employee buy-in and engagement in workplace transformation. Seamless transitions between office and home IT environments is also important.
Discover how future-focused organisations are using employee engagement and workforce mobility to improve their bottom line.
While people are the greatest asset to an organisation, they can also be the greatest threat and single largest point of vulnerability when it comes to information security.
Social collaboration has the potential to radically modify traditional communications by improving an organisation’s ability to search for, discover, and promote content, and knowledge.
The shortage of skilled labour coupled with the pace of change in business, expectations of a multi-generational workforce and urbanisation will have wide-reaching implications for HR professionals.
Companies can achieve a more engaged workforce and happier customers by leveraging SoCoMo (social, collaborative, mobile) technologies. However, a major change in work culture may be necessary.
Once you have the right employee, the challenge is keeping them. Companies can now apply big data to talent management, but the challenge for HR leaders is both accessing and making use of that data.
37% of HR professionals are investing heavily in mobile technology. Discover how the use of mobility can attract and retain employees as well as encourage collaboration and engagement.
Human Resources are on a quest to drive widespread cultural transformation. This report considers HR’s role in driving cultural change. Are they going at it alone? What does success look like? Is it something that can be measured and if so, what are some of the metrics used today?
In a world where increasingly diverse workforces can be mobile, office-based or both, HR requires proper investment, data and technical transformation to enable modern workforces to drive us forward.
AI-infused chatbots are able to understand, put into context, make inferences and then propose successful outcomes. Learn about the benefits and potential pitfalls of using chatbots in HR.
Facilities Management Executives are facing a time of significant change. Telstra commissioned the survey of 200 Facilities Executives and discovered that the industry is under continuous pressure to deliver on sometimes conﬂicting initiatives and is typically pulled in multiple directions at once. The requirement to provide the highest levels of customer satisfaction competes fiercely with compliance, cost and supplier management.
Facilities management need to ensure that people are at the centre of any transformation strategy and organisations need to remain agile, flexible and adaptable.
Business suppliers are initiating their own digital transformation when they install expensive building systems. And smart facilities manager need to take stock of these new types of systems.
IT staff are tasked with ensuring that the necessary collaboration tools are in place to meet employee needs, but it’s the facility managers that must provide the infrastructure to support this new model.
Significant opportunities exist for businesses and their service providers when leveraging IoT inside a building, and there are a range of connectivity options to explore.
The competitive mobility landscape has intensified with only the fastest and smartest thriving. New Telstra/Ovum research reveals the approaches being taken across the Asia Pacific region.
Workplace transformation is alive and well, and IT departments are struggling to deliver infrastructure that’s agile, and supports remote and mobile workers.
Over half of the CIOs surveyed reported that they haven’t considered or aren’t undertaking any projects in workplace transformation. Lines of business disagree as 75% of human resources and facilities management are considering or actively engaged in workplace transformation.
Mobility leaders are under pressure to better engage customers via the latest technology frameworks, and some of the top investments for 2017 will be in the Internet of Things (IoT). Discover how the link between customer experience and employee engagement is driving business outcomes.
IoT is being touted as one of the biggest drivers of change, but not everyone is putting their money where their mouth is. Find out why some companies are choosing not to invest in IoT - and why some who chose to, have abandoned it.
Successful workplace transformation requires both financial and operational investment. To do this, IT managers need to communicate with other levels of business to present the right business case.
Transform your business with our mobile apps, management tools and products which allow you to connect with remote and mobile staff.
Your people need to communicate with each other and you need those interactions to be richer and more productive. Whatever your business or situation, our solutions can improve the way you work and collaborate.
Big shifts in technology, urbanisation, and demography are dramatically shaping Australian industries. Learn about the role of HR in helping your company adapt your workforce, workplace, and
What works for your business today, may not work so well tomorrow. Discover the latest trends that are shaping the way we’ll work tomorrow and key considerations for transforming your business.
The debate about whether to invest in enterprise mobility is over; it’s now an established part of the big business IT toolbox. The big question now is, how do we push mobile technology to keep enhancing customer engagement and improving their experience?
The needs of businesses continue to evolve as mobility becomes increasingly entrenched in business processes and IT systems. Learn what the current requirements for managed mobility are and how service providers and platform vendors are enhancing their services and software to accommodate these new requirements.
Mobility is often overlooked as a key technology for digital transformation. Yet mobility technologies can enable businesses’ digital transformation initiatives, internally and externally.
Two things are crucial in the drive to go ‘digital’; understanding our customers better, and automating different systems across multiple devices and channels. Find out how achieving a truly integrated customer experience delivers a richer outcome for all.
Australian businesses are in the midst of transforming their businesses with digital platforms, however it is often not just about having the technology. What is the role of digital technology in achieving better customer experience and how should companies be measuring success?
Once an organisation has made the decision to become a digital business, the first starting point is often improving customer engagement. This report considers some of common challenges businesses face and provides recommendations for how best to deliver data driven marketing.
Customers now expect to choose how and when they engage with a brand. For businesses, this means pushing hard into digital and developing an ‘omnichannel’ strategy that delivers a truly personalised customer experience. So how can the humble contact centre contribute to this digital dominion?
Digital disruption has created major challenges for marketers. Understand the role of analytics in customer engagement strategies, and other considerations in creating a modern marketing organisation.
Discover how Telstra’s Future Ways of Working program has enabled efficiency and helped support a diverse workforce