Remote working has now been forced upon many around the world. For some of us this is business as usual (as much as can be possible in these strange times) since we’ve incorporated facets of remote working into our lives already. For some, it’s business as almost usual, as they now have more people and maybe children at home. However, many organizations have been scrambling around trying to find quick workarounds to keep the virtual lights.

Many organizations are still learning the ropes of longer-term remote working during this challenging period. This is often no bad thing since it is forcing organisations to find out quickly what works (and what doesn’t) for their unique circumstances. However, in general the challenges will fall into two camps – cultural and technical. Resolve both and most organisations will find that remote working is here to stay and will bring long term productivity gains.

Addressing the cultural challenges



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