Coronavirus has been a catalyst for change in the way we work, and a remote workforce is likely to remain part of the normal operating rhythm for most businesses moving forward - A recent Korn Ferry rewards survey found 75% of organizations said they will operate more virtually after COVID.
As business prepare for a new way of work, it is time to assess what’s working, solve emerging challenges, and proactively plan for the future.
- How to address the tension between remote-able work and remote-able talent.
- New models for remote work and a roadmap to make your chosen model work.
- Three steps to structure remote and onsite work with operational processes.