What if you had a resource full of data and examples: a comprehensive report, gathered from a survey of organizations ranging from Coca-Cola to Western Union?
Such a resource will be available free to organizations participating in DW Trends’ Digital Workplace Trends Report’s annual survey, which opens Sept. 9 and will run until mid-October. For non-participants, this year’s report sells for $530 per copy.
The survey will result in a report to be released early 2014. The 2013 report totaled 169 pages and drew participants from 362 organizations worldwide, among them major corporations, governments, UN agencies and non-governmental organizations.
The report is full of “very detailed facts, figures, case studies, and analysis of the results,” says author Jane McConnell.
The annual report digs into how the digital workplace is evolving. In 2013, for example, the document examined how organizations are transforming to create greater collaboration, innovation and use of mobile technology. The report dug into social enterprise technology, considered use of the cloud, and revealed that middle managers tend to be the ones offering the greatest resistance to collaboration.