As the world is beginning to look slightly more ‘normal’ every day, the questions, discussions, and concerns centering around what the future of work will look like are coming to the forefront, specifically relating to the long-term, far-reaching legacy that Covid-19 might leave behind.
Of course, the speculation on this topic is extremely expansive - spreading across every business function and covering crucial components like people, premises, processes. ‘What will offices look like?’, ‘What is the impact of remote work on team-building and collaboration?’, ‘What are the ongoing technical challenges of remote team enablement, or technical demands of bringing people back into their place of work?’
In this white paper series, we’re going to explore some common questions and considerations on the future of ‘work’ as it relates to the following vantage points: Preparing for the improbable. What will the future of operational resilience look like, and how will this serve to enable the continuity of work?
Work without ‘war rooms’. What does the future of executing complex programs of work look like?
Remote working is here to stay, for now. How can organizations mobilize and equip remote teams for success in the mid/long-term?
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