The most effective digital workplace is one where collaboration and sharing are the norms.
Business involvement is essential as markets are continuously developing. If a business does not adapt and evolve it will be disappearing soon. But how to evolve and adapt is the real question. The decision to evolve should always be based on the rolling a long term, but an ongoing strategy planning. Ideally, the business naturally forces evolvement organically, if not, then the senior management should be continuously reviewing their long-term strategies and have total awareness of their markets and how they are moving. Digital is all about hyperconnectivity, and digital collaboration needs to focus on harnessing cross-functional collaboration via iterative communication, robust processes, and management innovation.
The most effective digital workplace is one where collaboration and sharing are the norms. The least effective culture at fostering a digital workplace is traditional command and control environments. So digital technology such as enterprise social computing could be effective tools to break down a hierarchical culture, and businesses have to figure out a more efficient way of bringing people together to follow a vision, break down the silos, and build a highly collaborative and effective digital organization.