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Leaders and experts reported making signifcant changes in response to the challenges of the pandemic. At least half said they changed how their companies worked day-to-day and how they managed their workforce. Remote work was the most signifcant area of increased investment during the past three years.
Respondents from companies that are more digitally mature* report that they are prepared to handle change at higher rates than those from less digitally mature companies.
Seventy-two percent of respondents said that the workforce has evolved more in the past three years than it had in the previous 25 years. Survey respondents and interviewees mentioned the impact of recent changes such as the rise of remote work and increased digitization.
Training is crucial for businesses to meet the needs of a workplace that has evolved more in the past three years than in the previous 25 years.
“The thing that keeps me up at night is the idea of not changing. We have stressed the model to its maximum point. We are going to break the model, and someone is going to disrupt the construction industry.”
Frédéric Gal, Head of Business Modernisation Project, Bouygues Construction