Wednesday, 27 Jan, 10:30 PM – 11:00 PM
We learned during the pandemic that knowledge workers can work together effectively without being physically together. This raises questions about the future of work. Are all-remote or majority-remote organizations the future of knowledge work? Is work-from-anywhere (WFA) here to stay?
On Wednesday, January 27, 2021 Harvard Business School Professor Raj Choudhury will be HBR’s guest on the next Ask HBR webinar. Ask HBR webinars provide special access to experts in a more interactive setting. Each Ask HBR is 30 minutes and focuses primarily on answering audience questions that can be emailed in advance to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this Ask HBR, Choudhury will share insights from his research on our work-from-anywhere future and will answer questions around:
1. The history of remote work
2. Notable benefits of WFA like geographic flexibility, better work/life balance, and increased productivity
3. Concerns of WFA, such as brainstorming, problem solving, and knowledge sharing—and how organizations can address these concerns
4. How leaders and organizations can successfully embrace and implement remote working models
If your organization experienced benefits from working remotely during the pandemic and is now contemplating the best long-term work structure, join HBR and Raj Choudhury on January 27 for a unique perspective on our work-from-anywhere future.
Prithwiraj (Raj) Choudhury
Webinar/Workshop organized by: Harvard Business Review
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