Implement in stages
Instead of spending weeks devising plans to replace all PCs in one huge rollout, you should implement the digital workplace in stages and stay flexible. After all, requirements and employee roles can change. Workplace concepts with flexible, shorter terms will facilitate this strategy. Equipment is made available to employees when it is required, rather than according to fixed depreciation cycles. Working with test groups is another recommended approach when rolling out new IT equipment. They allow you to test the implemented changes and make adjustments before everyone is affected. By making your employees part of the project, you increase acceptance of the project and increase their digital skills.