Culture is seen as the new currency in the workplace. A positive culture makes one employer more attractive than the next. It makes one business more successful than the next. But culture isn’t created by mission statements and perks. It’s fed by meaningful, tangible things, and today those are digital.
Hardware and software, and how effectively they mesh, decides how progressive and positive the digital working environment feels, and in turn, this feeds into the morale and the culture of a business. Give people the latest tech and they feel valued and equipped to succeed. By contrast, clunky laptops, yesteryear’s apps and struggles to access crucial files act as a drag on an organisation. Individuals can’t do their best work. People grumble. Talent leaves the building. And the entire business suffers from underperformance.