Leaders are always concerned with building the right culture, increasing the capability of their people, and improving the performance of their organization and its teams. The COVID-19 global health crisis has not changed those concerns. But it has forced businesses to rethink their future to attain long-term sustainability -- and for some,
When they were in the office, employees had access to all the supplies and resources they needed to be productive. Now that they are working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, that may not be the case. Text-messaging company Zipwhip anticipated that staff would need items from the office to effectively—and
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic shutdown left millions of workers unemployed throughout the U.S. Many of those who kept their jobs did so by transitioning to working from home, and many of them now would like to keep doing so, either permanently or at least on an hoc basis as the economy reopens.