IA White Paper: Did Work-From-Home Really Work?
The work-from-home restrictions put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic have spurred a national conversation regarding the future of the workplace. Many organizations are now considering a greatly expanded role for remote work even after a vaccine is available, largely based on the presumption that remote work was successful. But as we enter one of the most complex and challenging business climates in nearly a century, survival will mean being competitive. This changes the criteria to gauge whether work-from-home truly was a success; the question moves from “did it work” to “did it work better?”
Following data trails, it becomes clear that it wasn’t just a simple location swap from home to office; the way people and teams worked changed significantly while remote, and many of the changes bode poorly for innovation. Click below to read more.
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