Adobe's Future of Digital Work Enterprise Insights
Productivity, rooted in tech, is a shared responsibility
Enterprises have undergone historic changes over the past three years, not the least of which is the shift toward hybrid work. According to Adobe's newest cut of “The Future of Digital Work” global research that surveyed more than 4,500 enterprise senior leaders and employees across the U.S., UK, Australia, India and Japan, most of the global workforce (61 percent) is not back in the office full-time, with 45 percent adopting a hybrid schedule.
Hybrid work is not without its challenges, and opportunities to ensure success will depend on how enterprises tackle productivity. The research reports that nearly a third (30 percent) of workers say that hybrid work is still negatively impacting their productivity.
Defining productivity in the enterprise
It’s helpful to begin with understanding what productivity means to enterprise leaders and workers. According to the research, the attribute that employees (47 percent) and enterprise leaders (40 percent) associate most with productivity is doing work that’s more impactful, rather than solely working faster, doing more work, doing more with less, or generating income.
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