Now that business leaders are aware it can be done and have figured out how to keep their people creative as well as committed at home, how will we build future organizations?
The COVID-19 crisis has taught the world that working from home is something possible, that work is something you do, not somewhere you go to, that the “office job” is outdated and that we can build a future with more flexibility while keeping up productivity.
Most of the people I know, people who had cliché office jobs continued to work during the crisis. Why am I calling it a cliché office job? Because we don’t need to be in an office to develop a product, to communicate with clients, spend time with colleagues, fill in excel sheets, create PowerPoints, etc.
Duties and missions are often not related to the office.
Now that business leaders are aware and have seen that their people are creative and committed, how will we build future organizations?
In this article, I want to cover some of the actions we’ve taken to keep our employees motivated, keep our business rocking and to keep our customers’ happy, as well as give