Day 4: Adapt to the new normal

We are seeing unprecedented shifts in the way that we work, educate and travel. But what changes will become permanent and are we now experiencing the new normal? An article in Wired Magazine, What will Covid-19 mean for how we work, educate and travel? takes a look:

“Some companies have historically been reluctant to let their employees work remotely, with concerns over productivity often at the forefront. If it turns out that workers can in fact do their jobs just as efficiently from home, we could see firms in certain sectors drop their objection to home working, and adopting entirely new organisational structures, where they jettison physical offices altogether, or perhaps only maintain a smaller headquarters for key staff.”

What will the “new normal” mean for your own work?

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FIND OUT MORE about what it means to adapt to the new normal by participating in our upcoming online workshop, 1-5 June, Prepare for workplace learning in the new normal.

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