Digital Transformation takes shape in Melbourne
Design Director David Pollard shared his thoughts on the transformation:
We can now see each other. There is an air of inclusivity across the studio. With a greater understanding of how the sum of the parts contribute to the whole, our studio meeting times are decreasing while an increase in passive collaboration and learning are contributing to an increase in individual and team growth.
We can now hear each other. The ‘ping’ between knowledge bases within the office is shortening with those connections strengthening through continued interaction within and beyond our sector groupings. This has further informed a positive feedback loop where our shared experiences and ideas ripen collectively as we re-establish what it means to collaboratively innovate.
We can now move. We are linking to each other faster than ever before. Our shared knowledge is now more connected with enhanced spatial versatility. We are more adaptable than ever in our ability to move more fluidly across projects, briefing lag time has become shorter, project queries are fewer and communication is more direct.
With shared awareness, we can now operate within a truly collective, collaborative and resilient workplace environment.
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