So how can you move forward?
The urgency created by events in 2020 acted as a catalyst to faster executive decision-making and action. When it mattered the most we all mobilised millions of people to work differently, cutting through bureaucracy out of sheer necessity.
The pandemic has been a powerful catalyst for change and the case for sustained hybrid working is now clear – read our report below.
The UK’s irreversible work / life shift
In early 2021 Fujitsu explored the UK’s work / life shift; in a quantitative research study we set out to explore perceptions of life and work post-COVID-19. We interviewed 250 C-Level executives and 1,000 workers in office based organisations employing >1,000 people. The findings reveal there’s no going back.Read report
Find out how Fujitsu is working with customers, partners and employees to address business and societal challenges arising from the coronavirus pandemic
During the COVID-19 crisis we helped customers mobilise many thousands of employees and get them working remotely, scaling up to met unprecedented demand. No matter what life brings, we're here to support.
As technology continues to shape life in the UK, we want to ensure that it’s a positive, unifying force for good – and that Fujitsu remains a part of the story. Get to know us better with our interactive ebook
Insights to help you move forward
Delve into a plethora of insights from our experts, partners and wider ecosystem to help you sustain remote working, unlock business efficiencies whilst keeping your people safe, modernise and secure your technology and create resilience for the future.
In recent months we have spoken to experts in business, government and the world of technology to identify the greatest challenges, and find solutions to them.
Don’t go anywhere – all the insight you need is right here.
Hear from Industry Thought Leaders at Fujitsu’s flagship event for 2020 Fujitsu ActivateNow.
Join Paul Patterson, Head of Northern and Western Europe for Fujitsu and Phil Scully, Group CIO of Costa Coffee, share with journalist Sameena Ali-Khan their experiences of 2020 and their perspectives on the future. Costa, fresh from an acquisition by Coca Cola and in one of the industries most impacted by the pandemic, was forced to close during lockdown and then reopen again.
Hear from James Boswell, Director of End-User Computing at Centrica, an international energy services and solutions company that supplies vital home solutions to residential consumers and energy to business customers. James explains how Centrica was able to seamlessly move 15,000 people to remote working at pace...
During the coronavirus pandemic, retail banks have had to deal with dramatic shifts in customer demand and behaviour, while also contending with fundamental changes in their own business operations. Parveen Kaur of NatWest and Carol Anderson of TSB Bank highlight the advanced digital technologies and innovative processes that have supported the rapid transition.
Reimagine Every Day Operations
Reimagining daily operations is crucial to delivering the business resilience that most organisations need in the short term. And in the longer term, building the business architecture to thrive in a changed world.Download our Reimagine Everyday Operations brochure (PDF)
6 Point Action Plan for Successful Digital Workforce Transformation
Organisations need to prepare their hybrid strategy with workforce transformation at the forefront. Take a look at our 6 point action plan for successful digital workforce transformation.Download Our 6 Point Action Plan for Successful Digital Workforce Transformation (PDF)
Guide to Cyber Security that Empowers Flexibility in the Workplace
Protecting your business and staff requires cyber security technologies and practices that enable productivity and the ability to stay ahead of ever-changing cyber threats and risks.Download Our Guide to Cyber Security That Empower Flexibility in the Workplace (PDF)
Yesterday's ways of working no longer apply. How can organisations keep their people safe and productive in the new normal? Find out how Fujitsu is helping organisations to adapt and thrive with valuable insights and tangible guidance from our teams and partners.
In this blog post, you’ll go through the three phases of workforce continuity, exploring how the workplace is changing, and what businesses can do to become more resilient in the future.
Ensuring cyber-security resilience during extreme circumstances is challenging. Read our nine imperatives to ensure you tackle critical security risks whilst keeping business systems running.
Companies applying agile development are well prepared for "business as usual" and future growth.
Amongst the chaos, there are some major themes emerging that can help us make sense of the changing world, themes that can provide some direction as we consider the major questions of these challenging times.
Your people make it real
When it mattered we all mobilised millions of people to work differently, and it’s clear there is no going back to the way things were before.
We need to reimagine the way our people work, where they work and redefine work itself, all whilst remaining fully operational.
More than ever, the themes of trust, collaboration, wellbeing, people centricity and leadership are critical to the future of business, government and society.
People Power: authority and influence in a changing world
Listen back to Fujitsu’s Executive Discussion Evening where we will discussed the seismic shifts that we are experiencing in the way authority and influence are exerted across business, government and society with our two guests speakers, Dame Inga Beale DBE, former CEO of Lloyds of London and Carl Miller, Research Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media (CASM) at Demos, the UK’s leading cross-party think tank.Find out more
Reimagine employee experience
The world of work changed overnight. Now is the time for organisations to reimagine a happier, hybrid team, which will ultimately benefit them as much as their employees.
People’s health, their daily lives, business activities and entire national economies have been severely impacted. It has caused us to question many of our existing assumptions. Whether, for example, people are more efficient when working in one big central office.Find out more
In order to lead we need to serve those that follow us
At a time when the world needs leaders to demonstrate empathy, authenticity and transparency, there has never been a better time to dial-down hierarchies in favour of a more service-oriented style of leadership.Find out more
Your people make it real
Make the most of your teams’ creativity with technology and services that encourage fast, effective work, collaboration and innovation, while also safeguarding wellbeing.Find out more
No going back? Perspectives to move you forward
Parveen Kaur, Head of Personal Banking Operations, India, NatWest Group
Growth which could have previously taken 10 years has been managed in a few months because of this acceleration…we used automation to support a quick scale-up… where there was once resistance, both from the workforce and the consumer, we’re now seeing a greater level of trust and co-existence.Get the full report
James Boswell, Director, End-User Computing, Centrica
One of the key things we found during the pandemic is that it’s forced us to become more agile, forced us to make decisions quicker and forced us to really think about how we deliver technology services to our employees and to our customers and become more flexibleWatch the video
Paul Atkinson, Partner PWC United Kingdom
We use our purpose, technologies, and collaborative culture, to get all our people contributing to immediate and long-term challenges, and continue to be laser focused on managing cash and cost.Watch the video
Seth Patton, General Manager for Microsoft 365
What technology really comes down to is defining a culture and processing systems that are durable, sustainable and differentiated.
If people believe in your strategy, your direction and they are connected to you and your mission, then they are going to solve the problems – it doesn’t always have to be top down.Watch the video