Digital Transformation and Covid-19 : Remote and Flexible Work
Digital transformation got a significant boost from the Covid-19 pandemic. As remote working became an obligation rather than an option, the leveraging of technology platforms and digital services has radically changed how millions of people work around the globe. Assumptions that certain generations could not make the shift have proven short-sighted as new digital tools have been deployed, new skills have been acquired and new behaviours adopted in a matter of weeks. A top priority remains better enabling and fully securing the rapidly expanding remote working ecosystem. But no one expects to go back to anything like the World of 2019.
Last year we shared our Insights Report on Preparing for the New Digital Economy outlining 10 things everyone should do for themselves and their businesses to stay on top.
One of weaknesses had been institutional environments, where government policies and regulations were based on last century's model of work? In just a few weeks that has changed and governments are now central actors assuring shoulders, and what can be done to ensure people and socieites do not fall behind?
The Institute of Directors studied flexible work in the UK and recommended a number of policies ensure the current period of uncertainty and the economic recovery that follows will create the context forremote and flexible work to succeed for all.
> Read the Iod Recommendations The Future of Flexible Work
New Publication How are Robotic Process Automation and Cloud Computing Transforming Shared Services ?
As shared services organisations increasingly adopt the latest technologies to boost performance, improve processes, create new value and better leverage the enormous volume of data across the organisations, we share a new report edited by one of our Associates for Finance & Gestion magazine.
Business Performance Management:
The CFO Journey to Glocalisation
> After 20 years of growth and performance improvement, the outsourcing industry reached peak maturity before a decline, and shared services are the norm rather than a novelty. With performance plateauing, CFO’s are taking control back with global-local hybrid business services models that integrate new digital technologies, automation and platform services. In this article co-authored by IAFEI / Lumiu and TMF Group we discuss trends and impact for organizations.
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