Build a more adaptive, agile organization.
Most organizations have the right tools to create an effective digital workplace—they just aren’t being used to their full potential. Fill out this assessment and we’ll send you personalized recommendations for how to use your tools better.
With this Digital Workplace Opportunity Assessment, we will learn enough about your business to provide a customized assessment report with:
Quick wins you can implement immediately.
Strategic initiatives prioritized by effort and impact.
Recommendations on where to allocate your budget to maximize value.
Put your assessment to work
Implementing any new initiative takes a bit of work. Here’s how we recommend getting your organization ready for your upcoming Digital Workplace initiatives.
Find champions in your organization
This work can’t be done in a silo; all departments and teams need to be engaged. In our experience, finding champions across different areas of business helps buy in, and makes change feel like it’s as much bottom up as is it top down.
Build digital workplace outcomes into your strategic plans
If it isn’t a priority outcome for the business, it’s never going to get done. Put some of your most valued digital workplace initiatives on your company’s strategic plan, and ensure that there is accountability for the outcome.
Leverage funding to offset costs
The Government of Canada recently announced the Boost Your Business Technology program as part of its Canadian Digital Adoption Program, in an effort to encourage businesses to leverage digital technology within their businesses.
Showcase: Legal Aid Alberta
LAA asked us to redevelop its intranet site, ‘The Loop’, in a way that the Communications and Human Resources teams could manage changes and build on it for years to come. It had to have an easy-to-use interface and content management functionality that would allow quick updates of content with no need for custom coding.
We proposed a solution that leveraged all the current Microsoft 365 technologies and organized the content in a way that met the needs of the individual users and distinct LAA business units. We also put in place a new governance plan where each business unit was assigned a 'champion' who was trained to add and edit content on their section of the intranet, thereby reducing the workload for the Communications and Human Resources staff.Read the full case study
"The Punchcard team was with us every step of the way for our intranet redesign. We are grateful for their insights, expertise, and guidance throughout the project. Our team members LOVE their new Loop!”