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Making Virtual Work “Business as Usual”

It’s all been said, so how do we get it done?


Technology advances, cost pressures, and globalization have all joined forces over the past two decades to completely change how we work. This has resulted in a 24x7 business cycle, instant communications, more diverse and geographically dispersed workforces (no borders), and flatter organizational structures. The result is a whole new way of thinking about how and where we work, including acceptance of the reality that we are increasingly mobile and our workplaces increasingly virtual.

Adapting to a virtual workplace may include challenges like mindset barriers of both the management and employees. This article provides an insight into how organizations can tackle some of the possible obstacles that they may come across while creating a more flexible virtual / in-person work environment.

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