“When change begins to happen on a large scale – and the world is being changed right now by operating conditions imposed by the virus – that’s the chance to ride the coattails of change and make other changes happen. Now’s the time that people are looking for answers to their problem.”
– Dion Hinchcliffe
In this episode, two thought leaders, Dion Hinchcliffe and Paul Miller, come together to compare and contrast their digital workplace predictions for 2020. What neither of them predicted was this current dramatic shift to remote working, and so they take time to reflect on the possible longer-term implications of coronavirus on work.
Follow the conversation as they discuss employee experience, company culture, new sourcing models and creating more resilient ways of working.
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Paul Miller’s digital workplace predictions for 2020
2020 Predictions for the Future of Work, by Dion Hinchcliffe
Rapid response remote working – 12 week support program
Coronavirus: 20 little lessons for successful remote working – based on (almost) 20 years’ experience at DWG