Webinar Series: Leading Through Radically Changing Times

Iterating With Remote Work


We are living a new COVID-19 world of work — and this new world did not take shape gradually. It didn’t wait for us to line up the processes, the technologies, and the people. It happened almost overnight, with little warning. It has meant that connectivity designed for a few is now placed under the strain of catering for much greater numbers. It has meant an explosion of workspaces at home, often shared by multiple family members.

In this webinar, Kristine Dery examines the ways companies are iterating, learning, and adapting on the run to enable their employees not just to continue their work but to excel in a dramatically changed environment.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about:

The two interdependent areas of digital and behavioral capabilities required to deliver an effective and meaningful employee experience.

How to lead effectively in a remote organization.

Building broader digital capabilities so that those with deep skills can flourish and thrive, particularly in a more virtual world.

Enhancing virtual space so that people can collaborate effectively to add value.

Kristine Dery
Kristine Dery is a research scientist and program manager for the MIT Center for Information Systems Research (CISR).
Paul Michelman
Paul Michelman is editor in chief of MIT Sloan Management Review. He will moderate the session.


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