Here’s how one New York City borough balances remote and in-person work … and why officials think that remote opportunities are so important.
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Establishing a hybrid work model is not easy — like many things in life, there are lots of ways to fall short — but the past two years have demonstrated that hybrid work can succeed.
Ask people for their thoughts on hybrid work, and even its staunchest advocates usually offer caveats: It requires certain technology, a new management style, thoughtful culture-building and other reimaginings.
All hybrid work structures must keep certain things in mind.
With effective long-term software, hardware and policies in place, organizations can thrive in the hybrid-optimized future.
Government agencies have a responsibility to protect our personally identifiable information, but that’s easier said than done. Strong data management and cultural mindsets are important, and there’s a role for automation as well.
More attention is being given to how data can solve challenges around digital services. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are powerful tools that can help.
Government agencies have been on a technological journey, and largely to accommodate a burgeoning hybrid workforce.
You moved from management to leadership, and you’re not sure if you’re good at it. Here are three ways to know if you’re on the right path and continuing to develop.
For all its benefits, remote work leaves you vulnerable, blurring the line between personal and professional.