We help organizations reimagine and build the future of work and education
We offer consulting, training, technology and insights to take clients beyond digital transformation and enter the era of digital transcendence.
We help you gain the most value of the technology and innovation shaping the future of work and education by upskilling talent, building collaborative teams, creating a culture of change and managing intelligent digital investments.
The rapid rate at which innovation and technology are evolving is surpassing the capability of humans. To keep up, organizations around the world have adopted digital transformation strategies, a trend that was further accelerated by the global pandemic. However, not everyone is gaining the most value of these technologies. That is, until today.
Enter the concept of digital transcendence: a model for upskilling people to extract the most value of the technology around us shaping the future of how we learn and work.
We offer training and workshops, to equip clients with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate their journey to digital transcendence.
We help you build and upskill your teams, foster greater collaboration, manage technology and create a positive culture of change.
We work with organizations to go beyond digital transformation and prepare for digital transcendence.
We understand their strategy, goals, structure and and objectives before building a plan and guiding clients through this transformation.
We advise on the digital investments to help clients gain the most value of technology and inspire their people to better innovate.
We can also build and manage digital experiences to future-proof your organization.
On the first day of an employee assign people from different teams to take them out to lunch (or to join for a virtual lunch). This will allow your new joiner to start building relationships with people from outside their direct team.
Remote Work Tips
Clarify the Rules
At the beginning of a virtual meeting, it's a good idea for the moderator / initiator of the meeting to clarify the housekeeping rules. For example do we want everyone to wait until the end of the presentation before commenting? Are people encouraged to use the Chat functionality? Have the mics / videos of attendees been disabled on purpose?