Posts Tagged ‘Modern Workplace’

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5 Takeaways from Perficient’s Modern Work in Healthcare Roundtable

As the state of post-pandemic work continues to evolve, the need for effective collaboration and communication is higher than ever. Yet security and privacy remain cornerstones for navigating increasingly digital workplaces. Healthcare companies are posed with unique challenges in adopting a hybrid, modern work environment. Recently, Perficient hosted a “Modern Work in Healthcare” roundtable discussion […]

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4 Trends Shaping Hybrid Work in 2022

In the past two years, we’ve seen organizations and their employees lean into pandemic-spurred changes in how they work. If 2021 was about adaptation, 2022 will be about embracing change as the “new normal”. Here are four trends expected in the new year: 1. Hybrid Work is Here to Stay At Microsoft’s November 2021 Ignite […]

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Microsoft Loop: What is it and how does it fit into Hybrid Work?

Remember Fluid Components and the entire Fluid Framework? Well, Microsoft has repackaged it into a new real-time collaboration app called Microsoft Loop. Recently announced at Microsoft Ignite (Fall 2021), this new idea takes the standard of co-authoring Office documents to the next level. Loop helps organizations embrace hybrid work by increasing the velocity of collaboration […]

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Essentials for Elevating the Employee Experience: A Primer for Microsoft Viva

In the wake of last year’s sudden shift to remote work, businesses made significant changes for frontline workers. Now, companies are preparing for the next normal – hybrid work. A recent Microsoft study defines hybrid work as some employees returning to work in an office while others continue working from home. “Hybrid work isn’t the […]

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Top 6 Outcomes of a Successful Return-to-Office Program

Lately, I hear and read multiple news reports online and in my newsfeed about the challenges and decisions leaders and employees face about the pending “return-to-office.” What is your situation, and what is your level of readiness? Is your organization prepared for people to return to the office? Do you receive consistent messages from your […]