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Posts Tagged: virtual work
COVID-19 changes the way we work by challenging our organizational cultures. Is your culture thick or thin, and how you can improve it?
We think we know what virtual technologies can do for us. Perhaps we are mistaken.
Many essays have been written about virtual and telework practices and application guides. Both the public/nonprofit and private sectors have numerous case histories with best practices about traditional telework or the newer virtual work concepts. You can download an abundance of policy manuals and consultant work products on where and how virtual work is applied.Read… Read more »
One reason the word “telework” seems inadequate to describe how we want to change the workplace is that it suggests that our focus is only on how people can be effective when they work at home. But that’s not really what it’s all about. The Workplace of the Future is about people working where, when,Read… Read more »