The end of the 20th century is heralded as the beginning of the Information Age. A time when the digital revolution took hold, computers appeared in every home and access to knowledge was greater than ever.
COVID-19 has had a profound effect on business continuity, creating unfathomable disruption, challenging regular business operations and indelibly changing the way we work forever.
Updated November 23, 2021
It’s the most wonderful time of the year - as we’ve never seen it before. This time around the holiday season in the office looks a lot different to what we’re used to.
For any business, workplace morale and employee wellbeing can be the fuel that drives an organization forward or the fire that hinders its success.
Imagine arriving at work to find robots sitting at every desk, tapping away at keyboards. Sounds like the plot of a movie. In fact, it is. It’s the world in I, Robot.
Does your workplace have a culture crisis? Is a toxic culture holding your organization back – and compromising patient care?
Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, making it the ideal time for a workplace team-building event to get everyone humming.
‘Culture’ came out as the number one topic organizations will be communicating internally this year. This is the finding from delegates at last week’s CEB Internal Communications Summit in London – one of the largest gatherings of internal communicators in Europe.
Sixty-eight per cent of respondents stated culture-related comms is their priority, followed by ethics and compliance (39 per cent) and HR-related themes (36 per cent)*.