As telework has expanded across government, and will likely permanently shift the paradigm of public and private sector work, technologists have had to pay special attention to maintaining security while not stifling users.
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In addition to our own coverage, GovLoop is providing links to articles that might be of interest to people who find themselves teleworking full time.
Nearly overnight, NSF moved the core of its business — identifying and funding work at the frontiers of science and engineering — to a virtual environment.
As work-from-home becomes the new normal for many, supervising has had to evolve despite the absence of face-to-face communication. I have discovered that supervising does not require new or different skills than supervising in person, but rather a creative application of the same skills expected in the office.
As we grapple with the reality of social distancing, I’m hoping XR will be one of many solutions to bring us closer together as we seek out ways to experience meaningful connections.
While we are not out of the woods with COVID-19 yet, many organizations are beginning to plan for gradual return to office work. For some employees, this will be a welcome relief from the isolation of remote work. But, for others, it will be a disruption that could feel even bigger than the shift to… Read more »
I’m learning that WFH requires a new approach to finding efficiency, one that will be handy not only while WFH, but also when we (please, oh please – never thought I’d say that…) return to the office.
Employers can play a significant role in helping their employees remain productive while facing new challenges and distractions in the way of their capacity to be their most effective work-selves. As an employee who has experienced the benefits of a supportive employer, I’d like to pass on a few strategies that might be helpful to… Read more »
During this time, the right thing for leaders to do is to communicate and ensure the wellbeing of their team. But what should that communication look like?
How are you supposed to create a space of innovation when you’re working from home with so many distractions? There’s no easy answer to this.