‘Three Elements for Successful Virtual Working’, MIT Sloan Management Review by Lynda Gratton.
6th April 2020
The lessons we have learnt from past waves of virtual working – how to acknowledge and balance the roles of technology, social needs, and work rhythms – are of crucial importance to us today. They can also become catalysts to longer-term change.
Lynda Gratton’s latest MIT Sloan Management Review article explores the three key things that leaders must be getting right in order to transition seamlessly to a virtual world of work, and make the most of it – as a way to shift our habits and ways of working for the better.
Read the article here.