Whether you’ve been in the workplace for decades, or are among the new crop of tech-savvy employees, you are probably finding yourself in the midst of massive upheaval. Organisations are updating, and in this brave new digitised world, the skills that were essential just a few years ago may be losing their appeal. So, what abilities will you need to master for 2020?
Technology never ceases to amaze. Almost daily, there is another exciting breakthrough. We know more about ourselves and our world than ever, we work smarter, we connect with faraway family and friends, and we have the power to make smarter use of resources.
Implementing a customer experience program within an organisation can be a huge shake up for employees. It uses processes that involve thoroughly looking at the way team members conduct everyday business and often raises the question ‘could we be doing things better?’
Most of us remember the movie ‘What Women Want,’ starring Mel Gibson. Nick a chauvinistic sales executive miraculously gains the ability to hear women’s thoughts. He uses this insight to tailor the way he interacts with women, and to help his relationship with his teenage daughter, But it has a single flaw…
It has taken a while, but a social shift is taking hold in Australia. Working from home is becoming more commonplace than ever, and has – largely – lost the association with taking it easy. This is because flexible working is now clearly connected with productivity gains.
Customer intelligence may be a new concept to many but it is just as quickly becoming a hot topic in a wide range of industries. As customers become more informed, the balance of power has shifted and priority now lies on a greater understanding of expectations.
To say the IT industry has moved rapidly over the years is an understatement. TechPath’s Troy Adams has made it through the ups and downs of the Australian tech industry, giving him an experienced viewpoint shared by few others.
What a wild ride the past seven weeks have been. After a complete demolition of the existing interior, we have fully prepped our new office space for the bigger ticket installations.
Demolition has begun and we are getting to the crux of the decision making in regards to fit-out design. One of the concepts that we took on board very early in the planning stages was an architecturally inspired staircase.
There’s a point that every growing business reaches. The office is bursting at the seams. Staff are working out of meeting rooms, and you have even claimed space in the office next door. Maybe a slight exaggeration, but moving office is daunting, and can be put off too long.