Both on a project basis and within a department Telemarketing List or service. And both within communities and with the entire organization. How do you choose the right toolset? Does this mean that you should (continue to) use all possible Telemarketing List tools? And Teams and Yammer and Slack and a social intranet? Then you obviously don't get much with this whole story. But on what grounds should you choose which systems, and which not? I Telemarketing List don't think there is a one-size-fits-all answer. Time and again I find out that you should primarily gear your toolset, your digital work environment as a whole, to the expectations and needs of your employees.
They must lead the way, be leading. Not Telemarketing List being central, as is often said, because this can create the movement for all stakeholders in the digital work environment to offer content and tools. But if the employee leads the way, it's up to Telemarketing List those stakeholders to follow. And in addition to the needs and expectations of the employee, the vision and strategy of the organization also determine how you design and color Telemarketing List your digital work environment.
Tips to think about About that Telemarketing List perspective of the employee and that of the organization I wrote, together with Tabhita Minten, the booklet 'Digital employee experience: with your employee first towards a human digital working Telemarketing List environment'. In it, but also in various articles on Frankwatching, we provide organizations with tools to think about these issues and to lay a foundation on which to base your choices. Read for Telemarketing List example: Communication, collaboration & support: Alliander's intranet.