Monday, September 17, 2018
Reinventing Work: How Coworking Spaces Are Changing Employee Performance for You
In the past, many assumed that coworking spaces were exclusively for use by small startups, entrepreneurs, and freelancers. This may have been the case for some time, but it no longer holds true. WeWork, for example, has already attracted major customers like Microsoft, GE, and Dell, to name just a few.
There are several reasons why large companies have begun to embrace the benefits coworking spaces offer. As coworking space owners use enterprise performance management to find ways improve the shared space, the benefits increase further. Here are just a few reasons why more businesses than ever are transitioning their daily operations to coworking spaces:
Boosting Employee Performance & Satisfaction
According to a recent survey, employees who are given the opportunity to work in coworking spaces instead of a traditional office are typically more focused, better able to meet deadlines, and more creative. They also claim they feel healthier than they do in other office settings.
Thus, giving your employees the opportunity to work in these spaces is an easy way to boost overall satisfaction and performance. This makes it possible to leverage the full potential of your strongest players while also reducing the likelihood that they’ll take off for another opportunity elsewhere.
Improving Overall Creativity
Steve Jobs was one of the most iconic managers in history. He also had a tendency to obsess over minute details and factors that may seem unimportant to other managers. For instance, Jobs was very involved in making sure Apple’s office design gave people from different departments regular opportunities to bump into one another.
Jobs believed, like many other business experts, that the sharing of ideas is key to innovation. Employees in particular, and organizations in general, stagnate creatively when they are surrounded by the same ideas. People become far more inventive when they’re exposed to new ways of approaching a problem.
That’s a reason why even major companies are making greater use of coworking spaces. By sharing a space with other professionals, employees get the chance to learn from them. This open communication results in unique and creative solutions to problems.
Flexibility & Priorities
Coworking spaces benefit companies of any size in one obvious, yet easy-to-overlook way: letting everyone focus on business tasks. When you have your own office space, there’s a good chance various employees in the company have responsibilities that involve making sure the space is well-maintained and optimized for work.
That isn’t necessary when renting out space at a coworking office. All the essentials, like heating and lighting, are already taken care of.
These spaces also give you the flexibility to choose how many employees work there, how much space you’ll rent out, and how much you’re paying for it. Coworking spaces reduce distractions and offer companies more options than they might find, or even have thought of, in a traditional office building.
Again, big businesses recognize this; consider following their example. No matter what kind of business you run, if you want your employees to be on task, satisfied, and more productive overall, letting them work from a coworking space may be the ideal solution.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Monday, May 14, 2018
For HR Leaders, who dont have time to browse through HR articles or attend SHRM events or HR Conferences, HR Podcasts is a great way to keep up with the HR Trends.
Here is a list of curated Podcasts from the world of HR
Here is a list of curated Podcasts from the world of HR
12. HR Happy Hour
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Thursday, January 18, 2018
This made my day. I have been following World Economic Forum , Davos , Switzerland since last few years without fail.
This year I got an exclusive invite by KPMG to participate online. Wow.
Hopefully, I will attend WEF at Davos Switzerland in person someday !
We are contacting you on behalf of KPMG International to see if you would be interested in joining an online initiative that looks to connect the world to discussions taking place at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, between .
For the past six years, KPMG International has supported the event through WEFLIVE, an innovative social media aggregator that provides a simple way to follow Twitter conversations from delegates and trending topics from the forum.
As someone who is a regular and influential commentator on diversity and inclusion - a topic we know will be one covered during the forum - we would like to invite you to become a WEFLIVE participant.
By joining other online influencers as a WEFLIVE participant:
- Content you share with the hashtag #WEFLIVE could be promoted to KPMG’s over 1 million social media followers worldwide
- You will gain exclusive access to photos and videos from KPMG’s on-the-ground team in Davos, which you will be able to use and share in your own commentary
- You will have the ability to create blogs on WEFLIVE. Select WEFLIVE Stories created by influencers will be featured on the WEFLIVE homepage, which received over 230K weekly visits during WEF last year
- You will be granted access to easy-to-embed customized WEFLIVE Stories or widgets on your website
We will also be able to connect you with diversity experts across KPMG International’s network of member firms if you want a national or global perspective on the discussions.
Finally, as a WEFLIVE participant, KPMG International would be keen to discuss with you how they could continue their relationship with you beyond discussions in Davos as they continue to bring industry and subject matter experts together to share opinions, thoughts and ideas.
If you be interested in more information about becoming a WEFLIVE participant, please do let me know and I would be happy to discuss it further.
Meanwhile, you can follow the conversation on Twitter and tweet about WEF on the hashtag #WEFLIVE.
On behalf of KPMG International
Sunday, January 7, 2018
We live in world where technology is omni present. In this era of hi-tech world, Hi- Touch becomes most important. Those organizations, departments, teams, individuals stand out who provide Hi Touch experience to their employees.
HR is undergoing through transformation .Almost every industry and every sector is disrupted by Digital Technologies. Cognitive Computing, Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data , Analytics are not just buzz words but real technologies which are shaping businesses. Almost every company has a department which is charged with the responsibility of Digital Transformation. That means newer technologies are making way into the organizations across departments . HR is not left behind either . There are apps for well being, reward and recognition, performance management, feedback, learning, social referrals, recruitment . Almost every function of HR leverages technologies to provide Hi Touch experience to employees. Employee engagement is still an issue which costs companies across the globe several billion dollars.
Companies are mindful that this shift is not just about technological advancements but as much about organisational cultural change which means providing better employee experience.
In a digital world with increasing transparency and the growing influence of Millennials, employees expect a productive, engaging, enjoyable work experience
The focus from organization perspective is on better experience to Customers, Clients, Candidates who want to join the organization and to existing employees. In the times we live in, millennials have become majority of the workforce. They grew up with technology. Mobile and Social impact the experiences . Millennials receive news about the world through apps. We live in the age of 24 by 7 connectivity. Work happens round the clock. In globally integrated enterprises, you often work with teams who are spread across geographies. There is pervasive use of Videoconferencing, Virtual collaboration tools across the organisation.
So, in the age of Hi Tech world, it is time again to bring back humanity into HR.
Human capital management technology works best when it enables people to act more human. The goal is not to replace people, but to allow people to spend more time on activities that drive engagement. They want to make a difference through their work, develop their capabilities, and connect with other people.
Designing a hi tech yet hi touch employee experience is the challenge in front of HR Professionals
Have you heard of Amber ? She is the new #HR chatbot and 30,000 employees across 37 companies have opened up to her .
Those organisations and Leaders will succeed which will crack the code of Hi Touch employee experience and make employees feel valued at workplace.
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