An IDC Report in association with Futurice
Knowledge is an essential part of daily life in business, and 52% of Nordic organizations already see themselves as knowledge-centric. As companies continue their digital transformation journey, the ability to build and maintain knowledge is becoming more important than ever.
In “The Knowledge-Centric Organization – Maintaining the Intellectual Capital” Martin Sundblad discusses how Nordic organizations have succeeded in furthering their digital transformation and capitalising on their most valuable asset – knowledge. The report is based on a Nordic-wide survey of 350 decision-makers, investigating the drivers, challenges and trends in workplace transformation and the future of knowledge-centric organizations. It shares a full analysis of the data from the survey and gives insights into the emerging future workplace.
Topics covered in the report include:
• The focus shift from financial capital and structural assets to intellectual capital
• How a need for data-driven decision making will make data analysis essential across every aspect of enterprise
• Building a collaboration culture in an increasingly mobile and distant workforce
• How to improve employee productivity, and its role in workplace transformation
• The drivers and results of process automation – from cost efficiency to employee experience
• How motivations for investment are changing – from saving costs to improving knowledge development and employee retention
• What a knowledge-centric workplace will look like in the future, including hybrid working and technology parity