How enterprises respond in the short-term will ultimately determine whether they survive or thrive in the longer-term.
Underpinning all effective responses is a proper understanding of the starting point. Leaders must therefore have a detailed grasp of organisational readiness to adapt to new economic, technological and social models.
Workbench powers a deep analysis of the factors that reveal the readiness of your enterprise to meet the demands of the future.
Look across silos, delve into domains of capability and profile the hotspots of resistance to understand the extent to which your work and workforce transformation efforts are:
- Likely to succeed
- Measuring up relative to others
- Slipping behind strategic necessity
Be it the approach to scaling automation adoption, the ability to operate with greater agility or the rate at which your people are able to be re-skilled, Workbench provides a rigorous framework from which to assess the impact of interventions, communicate new priorities and align enterprise resources.
Workbench enables the creation of your fitness plan for the future.
Only 16% of enterprises are either on track or ahead with their efforts to transform their work and workforces.
Those falling behind cite lack of wholesale digital adoption, hard to change culture and ineffective HR for lack of progress.