Microsoft today unveiled findings of its Asia Workplace 2020 Study, where it found that employees in Malaysia do not feel empowered to embrace the demands of the digital workplace.
The Microsoft Asia Workplace 2020 Study Summarised
While 70% of Malaysian respondents consider themselves to be mobile workers and spend at least 20% of their time working outside of their offices, only 41% feel empowered by their organization’s culture and managers to be able to work together productively and collaboratively.
Here is an infographic that summarises the key findings of the Microsoft Asia Workplace 2020 Study.
For the key findings of the study, please head over to the next page.
After the launch of its Workplace 2020 study, Microsoft hosted an experiential event for its customers to test their collaborative skills using Microsoft Teams. The Amazing Teams Challenge was organized at Botanical Gardens and saw participants complete challenges across 4 pit stops located at different parts of the Gardens.[adrotate group=”1″]
What Is Microsoft Teams?
Microsoft Teams is a new chat-based platform that was launched in November 2016 as part of Office 365. It supports multiple devices and operating systems, and serves as a collaborative workspace for geographically-dispersed teams.
Here is a demo of Microsoft Teams. Please forgive the bad audio, courtesy of a huge fan blowing nearby!
You can read more about Microsoft Teams in the article on its inclusion into Microsoft Office 365.
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