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Smart Learning: The Positive Effects of Digital Training on EX

By Sara Manocchio Senior Consultant & Employee Experience Lead, HR Transformation Practice, NTT DATA Italy , Michela Romeo Senior Consultant & Employee Experience Lead, HR Transformation Practice, NTT DATA Italy

Many things are shaking up the labour market at the moment, with added pressure to stem the flow of the ‘great resignation’. In our current context, employee experience (EX) is more important than ever. Here’s how organisations can use digital training and smart learning to keep employees happy.

Overcoming Automation Anxiety

By Deana Rhoades Senior Director, Data Intelligence & Automation, NTT DATA Services

From data privacy to employee job security, there are a number of reasons why businesses might be anxious about automation. NTT DATA looks at how it has helped various health insurance companies overcome their fears and live happily (and profitably) alongside automation.

White Paper: Accelerating to an Intelligent Enterprise

What does it take to build an intelligent enterprise? The combination of human intellect and the computer’s proficiency in performing rules-based tasks creates a hybrid ability far better than man or machine can achieve alone. To become a digitally optimised organisation, and sustain it, companies need a clear understanding of what they hope to gain, plus a cohesive plan to bring technology and people together for the maximum benefit.

The Beating Heart of Sustainability: People The world is online, working remotely, clocking long hours from unusual l

By Denisa Potra Head of Administration, NTT DATA Romania

The world is online, working remotely, clocking long hours from unusual locations. It’s important to remember that the workers that sit behind the screens and keyboards are people, and they need more than just another KPI to keep them connected and engaged

Working Without Boundaries and the Enterprise of Tomorrow

By Adela Negru Chief Operations Officer, NTT DATA Romania

Agile organisations are defined by how closely they’ve looked at costs, technology and digital innovation and leveraged these to survive in times of uncertainty. Learning from this approach, businesses can reap the benefits of cultural flexibility, process agility, and operational adaptability – allowing employees to work without boundaries while still achieving benchmarks of productivity.

The Surprisingly Simple Formula for Smart Working

By Caterina Limido Operations & Employee Transformation Manager, NTT DATA Italia

As we enter a new era of work, three key elements can help employee and employer alike respond favourably to the shift: communication, learning and a reimagined workplace. Taken together, these elements offer a model for truly smart working.

Leadership in Lockdown

By Chris Jones Sector Lead, Government and Social Enterprise, NTT DATA UK

Understanding how best to care for your employees, as we transition into a post-pandemic working environment, stems from a strong company culture. With culture as the foundation, leaders can protect and promote wellbeing, authenticity and effective communication.

Design in a Remote World

By Dominic Quigley Creative Director, Tangity

Even as we return to the physical office as the effects of the pandemic begin to subside, remote working is here to stay. And there are few disciplines which rely on in-person collaboration for innovation as much as design. By embracing new technologies, we can not only facilitate but also improve ways of working.

Distant, but close: a new way to experience spaces in the “liquid” office

By Pietro Scarpino Head of the Internet of Things Service Line, Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality

The experience of the past months has been an opportunity to reflect on the office of the future. Here's how we imagined it. Translated from Italian

You Have Never Been More Important

By Jonathan Brown Performance & Stress expert, coach & author

In times of crisis, the foundation of leadership and trust is the three Cs: competence, caring and character. It is vital leaders communicate with and support their people. Never has strong leadership been more important.

Purpose Begins at Home

By Paul Skinner Corporate purpose expert and author of Collaborative Advantage

The pandemic has forced us to reconsider conventional approaches to management as we are united in a common experience, barriers between the professional and personal are blurred, and ultimately we realise our stakeholders are human. There is now huge potential for positive change in both social and economic spaces, if organisations look for the opportunities for good.