This article will explore how the acceleration of the importance of digital technologies will impact your workplace, producing opportunities to take advantage of it to deal with your sustainability needs.
The Coronavirus crisis has brought into stark relief the importance for companies of digital technologies. With people working from home, it is only through these that work connections are being maintained.
In just a short amount of time, team-building activities have become an integral and ever-present part of companies activities. This has been brought about due to a number of factors, most obviously the increased awareness of the importance of workforce happiness for success.
Businesses have begun to move away from the traditional competitive and volatile work environment. Rather, it is increasingly recognized that atmospheres which emphasize collaboration and cooperation are more productive.
Finding answers to your company’s challenges can often be an imprecise and labour intensive process. Deciding on the best decision-making process can be challenging and stressful. This often leads to you being more confused than when you first started. This is where action learning comes in.
Many techniques or theories claim to produce the miracle cure for your company, giving the management and organizational techniques to increase productivity in your workplace.
In today’s market, it is more important than ever that businesses are able to outmaneuver and learn smarter than their competitors. In this way, they can be at the forefront of innovation, rather than lagging behind.
What makes Action Learning stand out, is that it is one of the few to take the initiative of empowering your workers to work collaboratively to produce their results.…
There is no doubt that with the current Corona pandemic, businesses are taking a major hit.
This is an extremely unstable and constantly evolving problem. Situations like the current one do not care for well thought out and developed business plans, and result in strategies being rendered quickly dated and difficult to follow through on.
This is especially true for sustainability strategies. Similarly to the Australian bushfires, which was a crisis for the environment and for sustainability, it can take time for businesses to readjust and work to achieve the targets that they had previously set for themselves.
We do not know when this health crisis will end, or what shape businesses will be in when it does.…