Productivity, technology and working anywhere

Client: Citrix

This study follows on from our 2016 investigation into Working Anywhere which highlighted the tipping point of mobile working in the UK.
The global financial crisis has left a significant impression on business in the UK. Productivity has been slow to recover and this matters because without a return to growth this places constraints on business profits, wages, public revenues and in turn living standards. As businesses face increasing competitive pressures, from on-going developments in a global economy, with rapid advances in technology and an increasing pace of innovation, it is necessary to take a closer look at how businesses are run and where productivity gains can be sought. This project seeks to understand the complex relationship between technology and productivity and how businesses can drive growth through adopting new ways of working and cultures of innovation.

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