How do you really do Employee Experience Management as a CIO.
Employee experience has become a top priority for CIOs and HR leaders alike. In fact, research company Gartner and many other publications and analysts are now listing Employee Experience (EX) as one of the top priorities for 2020. ITSM.tools asked from 20 vendors and analysts about Trends for 2020 and most of them listed Employee or Customer Experience. But why is it related to CIOs and not just HR managers? Because IT touches employees everyday work even more than HR with their perks, benefits or facilities with their nice office walls and lounge chairs. CIOs can be in the driver's seat of experience.
Main Benefits for CIOs are:
With benefits of this level, it's hard to ignore Employee Experience's importance.
Really, what we are talking about here is changing how IT role's are more about making employees, the end-users, more productive and not just focusing on keeping the lights on. Cloud platforms have moved these administrative jobs away from IT departments, allowing IT people to focus on experience and productivity, which leads to creating business value.
This change doesn't happen in one night and that's why approaching Employee Experience might feel like a daunting task for CIOs and IT teams.
Steps to Employee Experience Management are:
From these steps, we have seen that our customers have been able to improve their employees' productivity by 26%.
You are not alone with this challenge, but for comfort, here are two stories from two CIOs who already started this journey. Listen to these interviews and see how motivating the Employee Experience journey can be.
"Not having this data I would feel very very exposed towards my business stakeholders"
"The data tells us how we're doing. If something isn't good, it shows what we should do to improve it. HappySignals is fundamental to quality"
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