Digital transformation is so much more than moving everything to cloud. We believe there are so many moving parts in any transformation strategy that we focus primarily on one very important variable: the humans. We call this effort workplace transformation. Workplace transformation explores the impact of a digital work environment on employees and the way they work.
It's understandable and expected that people need help navigating the complexities of why, how and when. Too often our change management is centered around tool training and schedules instead of communications and because workplace transformation has a heavy emphasis on the way engage with content and each other it's important to help our employees understand the nuances of modern day communications.
It's been a while since we have had a major disruption to the way we communicate. We haven't seen a shift this drastic since email replaced fax machines. We think the best way to conceptualize this evolution is to stop thinking about the office as a physical location and start imagining the office as a digital first environment. Our job is to help our clients design and build digital office environments, better leverage asynchronous project management, and educate employees on the nuances of more social workplace. A digital office consists of
Adoption and change management
The adoption strategies we utilize at Carpool are community centric and inspired by how communities start, grow and change in the consumer space. We leverage research that directs the way in which we work with the business owners, thought leaders and experts, and embedded evangelists. We use the power of storytelling and work-related momentum to inform others and establish growth patterns based on natural or existing work flows. Our approach to change management is built from the ground up and designed around modern workplace principles and tools. It is specific to communications and because humans are at the of everything we do our adoption success is fluid and focused on impacting the bottom line.
Check out more details about our adoption and change management partnership with Microsoft.
The way we think about the physical space in which we work is also changing because of the impact of the digital office. Our services in this area center around helping you understand how the physical space can evolve and reimagine how is services the needs of your employees and visitors.
Our approach to office transformation takes cues from modern trends such as open space environments and co-working models to more traditional set ups such as offices and individual focus areas. But what makes us different is our expertise in the modern workplace and how utilizing the digital office informs our design and usability strategies. Our goal is to maximize employee productivity by using variables from places of impact that typically are not used in office space development.