Guest David Perring, Director of Research at Fosway Group, provides insight on the role and deployment of technology in the digital age.
Through the pandemic and coming out the other side, there were so many column inches on what happened through that time, what it meant for the future and coined the now massively evolved term “The Great Resignation”. There is no doubt that things are different, that period of time arguably “shined a light” on changing expectations, preferences, perceptions towards work – but arguably, it has been a long time coming and maybe we need to take a fresh look at what it actually means to operate in this new era.
Throughout our series we have discussed and explored many of the topics that influence the human being in the workplace and we have discussed & debated the convergence of business, HR, people and technology on a few occasions. As we move into this new era, there is real merit in exploring this further and question whether it is time to change the narrative a little in terms of how organisations drive change, how technology is underpinning and enabling that change and what it means to the individual in terms of adoption and consumption.
We will be exploring this today with David and through the lens of his work as the Director of Research at the Fosway Group and how they advise organisations who are navigating their way through this ever-changing world that we live and work in.