The topic of Smart Working has been the subject of many conversations, debates and posts over the past 12 months.
Talent, productivity, commute times, wellbeing and cost savings – these are just a few of the variables which are building the case for embracing a remote working culture. The benefits of this movement are plain to see however, this commitment to a new way of working is not without its challenges, and requires a shift in how we as managers and employees effectively adopt and engage with our colleagues, customers and virtual environments and processes.
In our White Paper, we explore the benefits, barriers and the wider change management processes that need to be considered in order to embed a successful remote working culture.
To find out more, please download our white paper here.