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An InformationWeek Webcast:

A New Way of Working:
Insights from Global Leaders
New Study Findings from the Institute for Business Value

Duration: 60 Minutes

It pays to work smarter not harder. According to a recent study by the IBM Institute for Business Value, organizations that are significantly outperforming their industry peers also happen to be making more headway on newer approaches to work. They're using dynamic, collaborative and connected ways of working to get things done effectively within a constantly changing environment. But most organizations are not yet meeting their ambitions in these areas. For those at the forefront and those lagging behind, this research offers insights into the critical practices and technologies that are fundamentally changing the nature of work.

To better understand how organizations are using these newer approaches to work, and how these practices contribute to better business performance, we surveyed more than 275 senior executives worldwide. Our analysis surfaced several key findings:

  • Outperforming organizations use smarter working practices far more extensively than their lower-performing peers. And they're doing so to fuel growth, not just drive efficiency.
  • Across organizations, the three most pronounced capability gaps blocking greater agility are: process and skill reconfiguration, broader and more embedded collaboration, and data integration and realtime analysis.
  • The most dynamic, collaborative and connected companies have widely adopted specific technologies that make smarter working practices viable.

Are you ready to start working smarter? Register Today!

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Vice President & Global Solutions Leader, IBM Global Business Services

 


 
 

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