Support your People and Sustain Business Operations Through Difficult Times

Help lead your organization; before, during, and after a crisis, with our complimentary suite of solutions and best practices. Below you will find our latest insights and guidance for application owners to address your unique needs of managing your business and operations. We have brought together rich resources to help your employees communicate and connect seamlessly via digital tools.

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Gartner Report:
2020 Strategic Road Map for Business Continuity Management
Guide: How to Remain Connected
to Remote Workers During
Times of Crisis
Remote Working Checklist:
How to Create the Best Working Conditions for Remote Employees
White Paper:
Creating a Mobile Digital Workplace


5 Essential Steps for Your Digital Workplace Strategy

An understanding of the purpose, tools and best practices of the digital workplace is essential to creating an effective digital workplace strategy. It is even more mission-critical to provide the flexibility and mobility to our global employees, as today people work more and more from home, in the field or even on-the-go. After completing the following five steps, you’ll be ready to unleash the power of a digital workplace in your organization and ensure maximum productivity from your employees, no matter where they are.

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5 Return to Work Tips for Your Employees After a Crisis

After months of stay-at-home orders and the shuttering of non-essential businesses internationally, many states are beginning to lift restrictions. While this is good news, it is important to proceed with care and caution so as to not risk a second wave of infections.

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5 Starting Points for a Resilient Organizational Culture

History teaches us that crisis situations occur far more frequently than we anticipate. Business goals should not be “live to see another day”, but actually to resist and thrive during turbulent times. In the 21st century digitalization significantly enhances our ability to adapt to rapid and uncertain changes. Let’s examine this and see exactly how organizations can build a resilient culture with the help of digital transformation.

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Why Communication in Change Management is Important?

Facilitating any significant change within an organization can be challenging. In larger companies particularly, it can be even more complicated because there are many different teams that will be affected by any new operating procedures. That’s why all potential consequences must be addressed and worked through for the change to be successful.

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3 Steps to Maintaining Business Normalcy within a Crisis

We are currently living under an air of uncertainty. Many organizations have had to fall back to dusty crisis response playbooks and untested continuity plans. Corporate communications professionals, HR business partners, and IT leaders are pressured to maintain the operational status quo under duress.

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6 Steps to Implement a Virtual Help Desk During a Crisis

During a time of crisis, rallying your employees around a central communication source like a Virtual Help Desk will help your employees stay informed, reassured, and free to ask questions. Even when information is pushed through other channels like email, the Help Desk is where employees can find, review, and engage with official communications at any time and from any location.

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How to Manage the New Normal of Blended Family & Work?

The work life balance has become increasingly stressful and difficult to manage for many knowledge workers for quite some time. The dream and promise of technology to deliver less stress, fewer hours in the office, and more family time has been a modern-day farce.

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10 Simple Ideas to Improve Team Building for Remote Workers

In today’s climate, more and more businesses are offering opportunities for employees to work remotely, yielding higher productivity rates and access to a wider pool of talent. How do you build trust and a solid collaborative foundation if none of your team members work in the same office? Keep reading to find out!

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4 Ways to Lead Remote Teams in Times of Crisis

We certainly live in uncertain times. In response to the recent pandemic, many organizations have responded by allowing their employees to work from home. While flexible work arrangements are quite common in some organizations, the sudden shift and indefinite length of this period have confounded employees, managers, and HR policymakers.

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How to Stay Connected with Field and Frontline Workers

New technologies have become essential for companies looking to communicate with their disconnected workers, whether they’re white collar, blue collar or technicians. Workers of all types have the same need to stay informed and connected inside their organization. In an unusual situation, how can we facilitate and respect each employee’s work time?

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8 Ways to Keep Remote Employees Motivated During Crisis

As telecommuting is becoming more and more popular within the workplace, it is important that businesses continue to address the needs of all of their employees – including those who work from home. Employee engagement is of extreme importance in every company, we know that much. But how do we continue to drive engagement throughout our remote workforce during this time of crisis?

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How to Facilitate Home Office with a Digital Workplace

The shifts in work economy mean that an increasing number of people are working remotely or able to choose home office for a few days. This coincides with more and more companies changing their policies to better accommodate remote workers. Now enterprises need to ensure they provide the best working conditions, no matter their employees’ location.

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Best Practices in Internal Communications for Crisis Management

In times of global crisis, companies often develop contingency plans to avoid serious disruption to operations. You’ve heard a lot recently about Covid-19 in the media, but many different crises can threaten your organization: product failure, natural disaster, gun violence or simply a very bad buzz. In these cases of emergency, it is essential to communicate quickly and effectively to your entire organization.

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