Learn how IT and Facilities are teaming up to make the office run more smoothly and increase employee productivity and experience in the era of the digital workplace.
As digital innovations affect the way we work and interact with one another, companies are required to adapt to employee needs and provide new paths to collaboration.
As a result, organizations are seeing a much closer relationship between the digital workspace, traditionally owned by IT, and the physical workspace, owned by Facilities. Read our guide to understand a new role coming out of the blending of two worlds in the modern workplace.
What you’ll find inside:
How greater access to data generated on facility usage is impacting the overlap of IT and facilities management roles.
New responsibilities and expectations as a result of this change and what that means for the modern office.
Company examples from Pendo, BlueJeans, and more where this combined IT-facilities role has already taken shape.
Understand how well your physical and digital workplace match the needs of your employees with insights into space usage, including the impact of flex space and agile work on employee success. Adapt to changing needs immediately in order to increase productivity.