Empowering workforces, enriching the customer experience and supporting decision making

For the organization with visions for growth, it is becoming more important than ever to keep up with the pace of change that today’s commercial landscape is facing. Finding failsafe ways to boost productivity, enhance workforce engagement, streamline communication and improve collaboration is crucial to business survival and success.

This is precisely why digital workplace transformation has become an enterprise essential, moving on from everyday applications that are fast becoming outdated and replacing them with modern solutions that have the ability to empower employees, enrich the customer experience and support decision making with a newfound robustness.

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Underpinning digital workplace best practices – the DWG approach

For digital transformation in the workplace to be successful, there’s a real need for a bigger picture-style vision, with long term goals factored in alongside shorter term requirements. It’s also a prerequisite for management and teams to be adequately prepared for the approaching workplace transformation. Rather than feeling alienated or overwhelmed by unfamiliar systems, employees should feel empowered to work productively, efficiently and creatively, drawing the best from the new technology at their fingertips, rather than being hindered by it.

As an early pioneer of the digital workplace transformation concept and a leading voice and key influencer in the industry, DWG supports organizations globally with a range of services geared towards a smooth digital workplace transition, guiding them through digital workplace best practices and helping formulate and implement a successful digital workplace strategy.

Leading management consultant in digital workplace transformation

DWG has been named in the Financial Times' (FT) annual list of the UK’s Leading Management Consultants for the fourth year in a row.

DWG had been awarded Bronze in the Digital Transformation category since 2020, featuring alongside the ‘Big Four’ consulting firms – Deloitte, EY, KPMG and PwC Consulting.

Compiled in collaboration with research company, Statista, FT assesses consultants’ work across 15 sectors and for 14 types of specialist work. The results are based on three separate surveys – one of consultants’ views of their peers, and the other two from collating client feedback.

Why take your digital workplace transformation journey alone when you can join DWG?

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