Comprehensive technology to enable a remote workforce with a unified experience
Applying change leadership to pivot norms toward a sustainable remote culture
Evolving policies to anticipate and support new norms of remote working
Evaluating and updating processes where remote work is a disruptor
Biometric data collection and monitoring via wearable technology
Evaluating occupations, jobs, roles and reward systems for transition
The intersection of digital working, culture, policy, process optimization, performance assurance, and workforce transformation to achieve new flexibility, lower cost, and productivity
We help companies select and deploy wearable technology that tracks and monitors biometric data in near-real time. These wearables also provide contact tracing and social distancing capabilities for safe reopening
We curate the latest data, information, and trends for use in planning, workshops, and establishment of vision with leaders. We proactively share information to help customers begin their conversation about strategic remote work
We educate organizations on the challenges of remote working to set expectations and minimize risks. Remote work brings significant benefits that are achievable only with appropriate investment, planning, and effort
We provide a unique Remote Work Scale to evaluate industry, occupation, and job potential for remote working and transition planning. We also provide a proprietary toolset for remote scale estimation and planning
We apply clear and flexible deliverables-based roadmaps to help navigate each aspect of remote workforce enablement. We're able to break these roadmaps down by focus area for planning and leadership alignment
We bring persona-based remote technology architecture patterns to help identify the best tools for digital working. We can break these patterns down into User, Team, Organization, & Enterprise domains
JUNE 28 | MIKE ROSENBAUM
When the pandemic began back in early 2020, so many opinions, theories, and philosophies for the future of the workplace and the impact of remote working were offered and explored. At the time, our collective understanding of what might happen to long-term workforce dynamics was largely conceptual and characterized by uncertainty.
July 23 | Aashish Parekh
Let's face it, remote working is here to stay. But there isn’t a one-size fits all answer for how onsite vs. remote your workforce should be in the post-pandemic economy. How do you find the right onsite/offsite working model that meets the needs of your employees while delivering long-term, transformational benefits for your business?
June 15 | Mike Rosenbaum
Now that companies have quickly moved large numbers of employees to a work from home context, we face a collective inflection point. As conditions improve and the economy reopens, will remote work remain a temporary COVID defensive move, or will it become a long-term transformational strategy for employers?
April 22,2020 | Alin Dinu
Our perception and expectations of the workplace are being tested in real-time as we adjust to a remote work environment. Many industries and companies are having to figure out how to collaborate, stay productive, and support their market and customer positions with a distributed workforce and resource pool.
JUNE 21,2020 | ALIN DINU
After all, there are so many things to distract us at home, limited access to the tools and processes we need to drive productivity, and we’re much more effective leading in-person discussions.... right We’ve now passed two months of being forced into full-time work at home environment, and over this time, I’ve come to realize a few things about myself
Aug 12,2020 | T4 Media
T4 Partner Mike Rosenbaum and Michael Berry discuss the dynamics of remote working during the COVID pandemic as well as the long-term aspects of sustainable remote work. Mike breaks down the components of Workplace 2.0 and how Trans4mative offers companies a clear strategy for defining remote work successfully.
August 31,2020 | T4 Meda
Trans4mative Partners Mike Rosenbaum, Aashish Parekh, and Alin Dinu sit down with The Houston Chronicle Story Studio to help businesses understand T4’s Workplace 2.0 framework for long-term, sustainable remote working. In this feature, Mike, Alin, and Aashish break down the components of Workplace 2.0 & a new remote maturity model.
For companies outside the tech sector and those not yet ordered by health officials to enact social-distancing protocols, mandating work at home has been more complicated
“The effectiveness of a work-from-home program isn’t a given. Instead, it’s tied to the way the program is executed, and the specific needs of the organization, the individual, and the circumstances”
It looks increasingly as if the situation will not ever go back to how it was: many employees for companies who have sent all staff home are already starting to question why they had to go into the office
Overall, the ability to work remotely seems to have a positive impact on most major areas of an employee’s life, including life goals, family, mental health, and finances
Many organizations think they have the tools needed to allow employees to work from home seamlessly. But now that work from home has become a mandate for many, cracks in the foundation are showing
Workplaceless courses have driven results for a wide range of companies and industries, including government initiatives and educational institutions
The Kaha COVE9 solution provides a web-based dashboard that stakeholders can use to monitor health and wellness vitals along with historical patterns