Now More Than Ever
people are working remotely. Whether it's for reasons of cost, efficiency, globalisation, climate concerns or Covid-19 people are increasingly relying on "virtual environments" to conduct all aspects of business. Technology has advanced rapidly and a multitude of excellent platforms exist to facilitate remote working, but organisations also need to develop new behaviours and ways of working if the benefits are to be fully realised.
Studies consistantly show that without a change in behaviour and approach, remote working serves to isolate and disengage employees. Collaboration, team-working and collective accountability become more difficult and performance suffers as a result.