In our global economy, companies are multi-national; workers are distributed around the world, relying on mobile devices to do their work; and flexible work arrangements are becoming more commonplace.
Going to work no longer necessarily means going to an office, which often allows people added flexibility to their workdays. With this evolution, however, also comes challenges that, when not considered beforehand, can fragment business processes, stall or break down effective communication between workers, limit collaboration and innovation, slow down the flow of business in a real-time world, and— in general— cause negative performance effects.
This Chess Media Group guide shows you how to implement a successful flexible work programme.
Download this paper to learn:
- Advantages of flexible work for employees and managers
- The greatest barrier to implementing a successful program
- Tips for selecting the best technology