Part 2: Building a Communications Strategy for the Future Starts Today

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Andrew Spence, independent workforce strategist

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Work is different now. Months, even years, of makeshift policies have given way to a new normal that many companies are still unprepared for. Evolving with the times is the only way to stay competitive, but investments must be strategic. One critical piece to update is your communications infrastructure, as this underpins a company’s ability to collaborate, innovate and ultimately deliver their product; RingCentral has found that 81% of employees believe collaboration apps boost productivity. Yet 69% waste up to an hour a day navigating between these different apps — the opposite of productivity. Something is going wrong here, so how to fix it? The right communications strategy for one organization may not be the best fit for another, not to mention that these transformations can be expensive and laborious to implement successfully. Yet when a business is able to identify the needs and preferences of its workforce — and then actually deliver on these — the results are evident in both employee satisfaction and the bottom line. Getting it right today can help protect operations for the future. Tune into this next installment of RingCentral’s series, “The Future is Calling: How to Keep in Touch with Tomorrow’s Work Needs,” to learn how to navigate this new communications landscape. Our panel of industry experts will break down: — The most common issues companies run into with existing communications strategies — Why it’s important to figure out the best comms approach for your team — How the right technology will simplify this process, not complicate it — And much more Speakers: Andrew Spence, independent workforce strategist Amir Hameed,SVP Worldwide Solution Sales & Engineering, RingCentral Karlynn Holbrook, Sr. Manager, Digital Employee Communications, Walt Disney Company
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