Due to the coronavirus outbreak, thousands of people have been forced to work at home. For many, it’s a great challenge to shift to remote-first working culture. Like everything, it takes time and practice.
Unfortunately, we know from experience that there are still many teams and companies who are simply not ready for implementing remote work. They face fundamental issues with processes and culture, and no remote software can ever fix that (if you’re one of them, give us a call – we can help!).
These are both exciting and scary times. We might be on the verge of a paradigm shift similar to the industrialization age. Will it stick? We don’t know for sure but we’re certain it will require something more than just new software to enable collaboration and communication despite the distance.
It will require a fundamental change in thinking about how the work is done and how we manage our workforce.
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