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Peter du Toit
“The world has just undergone the largest workplace digital transformation in our history. Millions of people have been forced to use technology in new ways to remain connected while apart. This has proven to be stressful for many. However, prior to this health emergency workplaces were becoming more digital anyway, this event was just an accelerant. Never before has digital literacy, fluency and dexterity been as important as a workplace skill. Now is the time to ensure your business acquires these skills.”
Digital Workplace Design
We can assist you with a step-by-step to design of a digital workplace or office in the cloud unique to your business.
We present a series of live online instructor-led programmes to assist you make flexible and remote work sustainable long-term.
Peter du Toit is available to present virtually to your team or event on the future of work and related topics.
In its technical summary the latest IPCC report on climate change mitigation makes these observations regarding the transportation sector: Meeting climate mitigation goals would require transformative changes in the transport sector. In 2019, direct GHG emissions from...
A discussion on this data should be part of your next leadership meeting agenda. The latest IPCC emissions report card shows we are completely off track and what we have to do next involves "deep, rapid and sustained emissions reductions" if we are to stand a chance...
If you have been following me for any amount of time you will know that I have repeatedly spoken about the impact remote working can have on emissions. (For example see these comments in 2018 and this from 2019) Yesterday the IPCC released their Climate Change...