Over the last year, we’ve seen organizations of all sizes suddenly shift from offices to remote work, leaving leadership, managers and employees to quickly digitize their workflows. While people successfully adapted digital tools to shift to working at home, it didn’t always translate into the most productive or seamless of processes at the organizational level.
For example, chat doesn’t mimic the speed and fluidity of in-person ideation or strategic discussions. No one with relevant information can overhear a video meeting to which they are not invited and contribute as they might in an office setting.
Organizations must offer not only the right tools, but also processes and guidelines so everyone in the company is capable of doing collaborative, seamless and engaging work…READ ON