Could Gartner’s Digital Workplace Maturity Model help you to drive greater employee collaboration? 

“CIOs and IT leaders must build a more social, mobile, accessible and data-driven work environment that can exploit rapidly changing business conditions.”1 This is the key mandate of Gartner’s Digital Workplace Agenda; a business strategy for promoting employee effectiveness and engagement through a more consumer-like computing environment.2

At Huddle, we couldn’t agree more. Too often employees find themselves doing today's work with yesterday's tools. Quite simply, the way we need (and want) to work has changed; that's why an effective digital workplace initiative is so critical to building long-term success.

Failure to react to these changes, and to the needs of an ever expectant workforce, will be hugely damaging. And don't underestimate the challenges in getting it right; simply deploying a new tool or technology will not suffice. What’s needed is a much wider, more strategic rethinking of how people engage with each other, how they manage their daily workflows, and the control they have over the workplace technologies given to them.

That’s why we’re sharing the “Gartner Digital Workplace Maturity Model” through this exclusive newsletter. We believe it’s a hugely valuable reference point for organizations looking to develop a strategic vision, and to understand where the new wave of social and collaborative tools, such as Huddle, fit into existing IT frameworks.

Understanding the Digital Workplace is mandatory for today’s business leaders and we recommend that you use the Gartner Maturity Model to determine your current position. Of course, wherever you find yourself in this Maturity Model, Huddle is here to help you advance your goals and drive collaboration into the heart of your business.


1,2 Gartner, Inc. Research Note G00277654, “Digital Workplace Key Initiative Overview”, 22 April 2015 


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