COVID-19 has spurred unintended worldwide experimentation regarding work-from-home. Companies and their employees have had several months to experiment with new work models and to discover the advantages and disadvantages of home versus corporate offices and of fixed versus flexible work hours. Writing in MIT Sloan Management Review, London Business School professor Lynda Gratton offers a helpful guide to implementing lessons learned about new work models to help companies and their employees thrive.
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Lynda Gratton is a professor of management practice at London Business School and founder of the advisory practice HSM.
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