Utilities organizations need to reinvent themselves at speed as the market becomes more competitive, prices for traditional energy supply commoditizes and customers demand a better and more responsive service. The disruption in this market is highlighted by the acceleration in M&A activity and the poor results shown by many of the leading.
The Fujitsu Workplace 2025 survey exclusively reveals that many utilities organizations feel their current workplace approach is failing to deliver in a number of areas:
- 82% state that their current working hours and practices are not flexible enough.
- 61% acknowledge their current approach to cybersecurity is a barrier to productivity.
Utilities organizations must respond if they are to attract and retain the talent they need for the future. They must improve the work/life balance for employees and offer a more agile and compelling workplace experience, underpinned by digital technology.
Join Robin Lipscomb and Nick Mayes for an exclusive briefing on the findings from our Fujitsu Workplace 2025: Utilities Global Survey. Building on research based on over 1,200 interviews with CIOs, they will provide invaluable insights to help business and IT leaders in the utilities sector create a workplace that will meet the needs of the future.