Insight: How Thai
businesses can transform
their workplaces
for future success

Organisations around the world are facing a period of unprecedented change and upheaval. The broad mix of generations in the workforce means employees are all looking for different ways to feel engaged and fulfilled. And the maturation of technology in the workplace means businesses must move beyond a technology-centric approach to a human-centric one.

Workplace transformation is therefore urgently required across most Thai organisations. In Thailand, the crucial importance of employees has been established; the next phase in this evolution is to transform the workplace to create an environment in which people can contribute at their maximum potential.

Key to achieving this is to give employees the tools and technologies they need to unleash their creativity and position them to apply their skills to tomorrow’s challenges. However, to determine which solutions an organisation would benefit from the most, it’s essential to understand the current playing field. Decision-makers can then work with trusted partners to create a roadmap that leads to their workplace of the future.

Smarter workplaces demand more human-centric collaboration

As workplaces become smarter, it’s essential for people to recognise the unique role that human-centric collaboration can play in driving business growth. Attracting and keeping young, skilled workers is crucial and to achieve this, Thai organisations will need to improve engagement and satisfaction. They need to offer a safe, secure, agile workplace, provide tools for team collaboration, and allow employees to bring their own devices without compromising security.

To discover how Thai organisations are approaching this evolution in the workplace, Fujitsu conducted a study that explores the relationships between organisations and employees, customers, and society.

The results: people are more important than ever but Thai organizations don’t always get it right

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