The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted traditional work as lockdowns impelled businesses to shift to remote, virtual work environments. Now, Australian consultants Alison Hill and Darren Hill report, the post-COVID work world may be changed forever. They recount how their firm, Pragmatic Thinking, faced this challenge and share their experience and wisdom. They argue that “work from anywhere” (WFA) could be as disruptive as the invention of the personal computer. They discuss how to maintain your corporate culture, manage dispersed teams and lead in a hybrid workspace.
About the Authors
Alison Hill and Darren Hill founded the Australian strategy company Pragmatic Thinking. They also wrote Dealing with the Tough Stuff along with Sean Richardson.
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