Dimensions of work Why are we sketching Telemarketing List this now? Because the different needs for support in day-to-day work are related to different ways of working. And with different ways in which people use their digital systems. You can look at Telemarketing List this in different ways, but in any case there are 2 dimensions: Frequency. How often do employees use applications? Employees often have one or more applications open all the time. Other systems Telemarketing List use them regularly, and others only occasionally. Type of work. How and with whom do employees do their work?
Sometimes work is very solo and personal. Other Telemarketing List work requires coordination and collaboration with a (small) team, and yet other work with (almost) the entire organization. We will go into both dimensions. 1. Frequency The well-known British intranet and digital workplace specialist Sam Marshall recently wrote about 'the myth of the digital Telemarketing List workplace hub' . In other words, the fairy tale of one central gateway for all internal communication, services and collaboration.
Christiaan has also written about different ways of Telemarketing List modeling your digital work environment as a whole in the past . He called such a 'universal' scheme a utopia. We can say with Sam Marshall that there are differences in how people Telemarketing List use their applications: Always open. Employees always have one or more applications open. For example, a case system, personnel administration or a task list. Regularly. In addition, employees regularly need other tools.