Finalists Named in IDC’s Inaugural Best in Future of Work North America Awards

Compelling North American initiatives that display agile and scalable approach to work recognized

NEEDHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#FutureEnterpriseAwards–International Data Corporation (IDC) today announced finalists in the first annual Future Enterprise Best in Future of Work North America Awards. The new award program was designed to showcase implemented initiatives and projects in North America that display a transformative approach to work to drive new value and competitive differentiation for an organization. IDC recognizes initiatives across three key categories including Culture, Augmentation, and Space. IDC’s 2022 Best in Future of Work North America Awards winning initiatives will be presented at the CIO’s Future of Work Summit being held virtually in February 2022. To learn more about the awards program, visit HERE.

IDC’s Future Enterprise Best in Future of Work North America Awards recognize that globally, organizations are experiencing seismic changes in where and how they work: how technology is changing work culture, digital and physical workspaces, and the ways in which humans and machines collaborate to get work done. Finalists include:



Claremont Graduate University

Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES)


Clark County Nevada

Husch Blackwell

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development


PVH Technology and Process Group (TPG)

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Southwest Tennessee Community College

“The nominations for our first annual Best in Future of Work Awards were outstanding and underscore the interplay of technical and social change as we evolve where and how we work,” said Amy Loomis, research director, Future of Work at IDC. “These nine finalists serve as a benchmark for other organizations demonstrating the value of digital transformation across work practices, policies, and technologies.”

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