Building Smarter Next-Gen Utilities

Disruptive megatrends such as rapid urbanisation, climate change and volatile energy prices are transforming the utilities sector. The old centralised market is being dispersed, disrupted and digitised by agile new entrants, alternative energy sources and in-control customers. At the same time, spurred by advances in technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), ever-increasing amounts… Continue reading Building Smarter Next-Gen Utilities

Automation in the ‘Age of With’ – Speeding up Your Business with the Human Element

With “Work from Anywhere” becoming the new normal in the Covid-19 era, organisations are increasingly looking to adopt virtual business operational models, such as enterprise-wide digitisation and automation of back-office processes. It remains the case that advanced digital technologies – such as artificial intelligence, robotics and cloud transformation – will be the principal enabler of… Continue reading Automation in the ‘Age of With’ – Speeding up Your Business with the Human Element

Knight Frank Thailand and Peoplespace Showcase Workplace Strategy Concept for the Digital Era

Revealed that the changing needs concerning space usage, technologies for current and future work needs, and most importantly, the assessment of the breakeven point in the use of the workplace are all regular issues the various departments of an organisation face. However, rapid changes in technology, rising office rents, and changing working styles have resulted… Continue reading Knight Frank Thailand and Peoplespace Showcase Workplace Strategy Concept for the Digital Era

Executive assistants can ‘Work from Anywhere’

In today’s world, clever tech and cloud computing enable many of us to work from anywhere. Can executive assistants do their job remotely too? We all know what the acronym WFH stands for but what about WFA? In an era of rapid technological change, working from home has quickly given way to working from anywhere… Continue reading Executive assistants can ‘Work from Anywhere’