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3 Characteristics that Define the Modern Workplace
Across the world, teams really thrive when information is shared in an open and transparent way, and when people with diverse workstyles can seamlessly access information. But all teams are different—there is no one size fits all, so digital tools must be flexible, customizable, and personalised based on team members' diversity, location, and work methods.
Today's diverse and intergenerational workforce is most productive when it has adequate channels to collaborate in a seamless and effective way. There's a catch, however: teams are far more diverse and remote than ever before, and each organization requires its own distinct approach to digital collaboration. In other words, your workplace tools and applications must be customized based on your teams' diversity, location, and work methods. With this infographic, you'll learn about the three main characteristics that define our modern workplace and gain insight into what drives productivity and efficiency in today's organizations. After reading it, you'll have a better understanding of current trends and can keep these in mind when creating or modifying your organization's work environment.
So if you are planning on adopting new tools and applications for your team, view this infographic to learn more about today's top 3 #ModernWorkplace trends.
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See how Durham University used #MicrosoftTeams as their central collaboration platform to enable online classes and remote working, with the ability to conduct all classes online so staff and students can work remotely.
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