Join us for a complimentary, live webinar with Kristine Dery, Research Scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
The Covid 19 new world of work did not happen gradually. It didn’t wait for us to line up the processes, the technologies and the people. It happened almost overnight, with little warning. For many of us this meant a shift from: co-located teams with some members virtual to distributed teams with all members virtual. 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.
Remarkably, most of us have risen to the challenge and our workforces are connected and functioning. Now leaders are faced with a new challenge: how to deliver an experience for their employees that will enable them not simply to survive but to thrive in a new world of distributed work?
This session will draw on MIT CISR research to:
• Learn more about what it takes to lead a fully distributed workforce
• Explore what high -performing companies are doing to design their new Covid19 employee experience
• Consider what impact the lessons learned are likely to have on the post Civid19 ways of working
This event is part of MIT Sloan Executive Education’s free online webinar series designed to support your ongoing professional development during these challenging times. You can view upcoming events as well as watch recordings of previous webinars: https://executive.mit.edu/webinars.
We are also offering the majority of our upcoming programs as live online courses, to ensure executives can continue to access critical business insights and frameworks. Taught by the same faculty who teach in our on-campus programs, these digital classrooms mirror the in-person program experience through an interactive Zoom platform.
VIEW LIVE ONLINE COURSES: https://executive.mit.edu/open-enrollment/live-online-programs