There is a fundamental reformatting of the tools employees use to get their work done, driven by the need for businesses to be more operationally agile and coming from the growing demand from the workforce for more intuitive and contextually relevant digital experiences. In 2020 we anticipate seeing more around new approaches to visual and spatial productivity, a growing emphasis from HR and IT working in unison to craft an engaging employee experience, and new types of digital workspace.
In our 2020 Trends in Workplace Productivity & Collaboration: Workforce Transformation preview report, we examine five trends impacting the workforce transformation industry for the next year. We rate each trend as having either a low, medium or high impact, provide recommendations for players in the market, and predict who the winners and losers will be in the changing workforce transformation landscape.
- New ‘Workspaces’ Will Cater to User Demand but Confuse the Market
- The Future of Work Will Be an Immersive Experience