It’s no surprise that technology has transformed the way companies operate and the way people work. For years we have been discussing the emergence and official arrival of the mobile workforce, and how organizations of all sizes must revisit their cultural values and implement systems that support anytime, anywhere working. Now, mobile working is the norm and employees of all rolesand titles are using technology regularly to complete tasks, collaborate with team members and connect with customers and prospects. Largely, however, conversations surrounding digital transformation in the workplace and the rise of the “digital worker” revolve around speeds and feeds. More seamless communication and information sharing equals heightened productivity and faster time to market. Technology undoubtedly improves our ability to get things done more quickly, efficiently and effectively. While that’s the key value driver for all businesses, there’s another benefit that’s overlooked by many.