Employee productivity can skyrocket when everyone is focused, engaged, and, most importantly, free of distraction. The problem is that distractions are inevitable in the modern office. Streamlined internal communication helps to increase employee productivity.
It may seem like one of the biggest paradoxes of internal communication: keeping everyone informed so people can do their job in the best way possible, without creating additional distractions with meetings and corporate emails. How should organizations break this vicious circle?
Distractions befall all of us during the day. Talking coworkers, buzzing phones, and the dreaded email overload disrupt focus and hamper daily productivity.
Instead of distracting and annoying employees with emails and meetings, communicate in a non-intrusive way. Netpresenter utilizes various screens, including digital signage screens and inactive PCs, to communicate with the entire workforce without interrupting anyone’s workflow.
Display KPIs and other important metrics in real-time on various screens within the organization. Employees can make data-driven decisions without the IT department or data science team’s assistance, instantly increasing productivity across the board.
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Some employees might prefer the solitude of working from home or resort to silence rooms now and then to maximize their productivity. When communicating device-agnostic, it no longer matters where and when employees are working. They can work wherever and whenever they like and still stay connected with their colleagues.
Drive a healthy competition between coworkers by introducing game elements to the workplace. Publish KPIs, sales figures, business goals, and other important metrics in real-time to show how everybody is doing. Can you stay on top of your game?
To keep productivity at a maximum, Rotterdam World Gateway needs to be able to communicate and adapt information quickly and easily. They now use digital signage screens to share useful information about fault messages, delays, and unforeseen closing times. Both office employees and non-desk employees, like truck drivers, know exactly how the organization is doing.