Canon Issues Whitepaper on “Adapting to the Changing Workplace”

NEW YORK – Canon Business Process Services (Canon) has published a new whitepaper in its Future-Ready Leadership Series. The whitepaper examines one of the biggest challenges business leaders face today: restructuring their workplace to attract and keep the right talent. Meeting this challenge often means rethinking the way business gets done in order to improve operational efficiency and customer service.

With this in mind, Canon’s whitepaper, “Adapting to the Changing Workplace,” offers insights on a range of critical business issues that include: 

  • responding to workforce and demographic trends that are affecting many organizations;
  • implementing changes required by today’s evolving business environment; and
  • leveraging innovations such as robotics, workflow automation and cloud-based technologies that are enabling enterprises to streamline their operations.

One best practice featured in the paper is to stay on top of ever-evolving skills. Business leaders need to drive the conversation about addressing gaps in skills and related training as well as work to understand specific internal needs and external skill trends. The key is anticipating what the business might need in the next five years.

Download the whitepaper HERE.

Canon’s previous whitepaper in its Future-Ready Leadership Series, “Key Strategies for Implementing Robotic Process Automation,” examines how deploying software robots can enable organizations to execute current business processes faster and more accurately, 24x7.

About Canon Business Process Services

Canon helps clients enable business agility and digital transformation as well as lead an increasingly evolving workforce. We solve these challenges by leveraging our experienced team backed by Six Sigma expertise and best-in-class technology. With professionals across the US and in the Philippines, we have been named a Global Outsourcing 100 Leader by IAOP for 12 straight years. Canon Business Process Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. Learn more at and follow us on Twitter @CanonBPO.

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