Invest 10 minutes and see how your digital work environment stacks up!

This quick, confidential diagnostic is based on the Digital Workplace Group (DWG) much broader benchmarking model. It should take you about 10 minutes to complete. Please make sure you respond to every statement. Once you've submitted your responses, your scores will be analysed and compared with our extensive benchmarking dataset. You'll receive your results via email within a few business days. You can take your resulting documentation back to your team for stakeholder conversations. Use it as a digital workplace project start point! 

Your responses and results are confidential and will NOT be shared with anyone else.


NOTE: This is not a substitute for the full Digital Workplace Maturity Benchmark - but is a ‘taster’. Over the past 15 years, hundreds of major organizations have had their digital workplaces fully benchmarked by DWG. Through more than 700 benchmarks, DWG has worked with well-known companies and public institutions such as IKEA, KPMG, Microsoft, The Coca-Cola Company and Scottish Government. DWG has provided impartial, detailed baseline positions on digital workplace performance, measurements, assessments -- supplemented with specific recommendations for improvement. If you want to learn more about this contact Helen Day at Helen.Day@digitalworkplacegroup.com.

Ready? Begin now!

* 1. What is your first name?

* 2. What is your last name?

* 3. What is the name of the organization you work for?

* 4. At what email address would you like to be contacted?

The following statements are taken from the Mid, High and Excel levels of the DWG benchmarking model. In each case, choose the option which best reflects where you are now in terms of your digital workplace provision.

Option 1 represents the lowest level of maturity for each statement and option 5 the highest.

Please be honest! And remember, very few organizations will come close to scoring 5 in every case.

* 5. The intranet provides a broad mix of corporate, department, team and user-generated content, with clear governance boundaries (High level maturity).

* 6. Business intelligence dashboards, updated automatically with data, are established for managers (Mid level maturity).

* 7. The people directory provides access to information on individuals’ skills, interests and social network activity (High level maturity).

* 8. Integrated communications tools (such as Lync or Skype for Business) are routinely used by all employees for instant messaging, voice and video (High level maturity).

* 9. Employees routinely collaborate with third parties using tools such as extranets or secure external websites provided or approved by the organization (Excel level maturity).

* 10. Project teams and departmental teams use tools for more advanced forms of collaboration, such as workflow, co-authoring, wikis etc. (High level maturity).

* 11. Collaboration tools are fully integrated into the various aspects of the digital experience: desktop, search, intranet and information architecture (Excel level maturity).

* 12. Key employee services such as HR, Expenses, Travel booking, Finance and Procurement are online and have been centralized, where feasible (High level maturity).

* 13. Key employee services (HR, Finance, IT support, Facilities, Travel, etc.) are used online by all employees (Mid level maturity).

* 14. Workflow alerts and notifications are surfaced in a unified action inbox on the intranet for core services such as HR, IT support and Facilities (High level maturity).

* 15. Views of content, such as on the intranet homepage, are personalized to each user’s profile and customizable by them to their needs (High level maturity).

* 16. Users authenticate to most important services using single sign-on (Mid level maturity).

* 17. Flexible working is granted at line manager discretion and encouraged as a practice (High level maturity).

* 18. The majority of employees can access work email and calendar on a mobile device and there is the ability to access intranet services using a mobile device browser (Mid level maturity).

* 19. Offices provide Wi-Fi access, giving users freedom of movement (Mid level maturity).

* 20. Intranet, collaboration tools and core applications (such as HR) are planned together under the same strategy (Mid level maturity).

* 21. Intranet, collaboration tools and core applications (such as HR) are governed together under a consolidated model (Mid level maturity).

* 22. Managers are trained in how to manage distributed teams and are able to do so effectively with the provided digital tools (High level maturity).

* 23. Senior managers support and promote the digital workplace as a way of working (Mid level maturity).

* 24. New employees receive training on the available digital tools as part of their on-boarding (Mid level maturity).

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