The CIO Perspective

Publisher: ActiveOps

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The CIO Perspective

Remote working is the most obvious change to the landscape, but that topic has multiple nuances to consider. Managers are remote from their reports, making managing them and gathering data on their productivity harder. But so too are colleagues remote from each other, which has impacts on their morale, motivation, and how they go about completing tasks. Working patterns change when employees are blending work and home life in new ways, which may change how productivity is measured. There are also other changes to consider. New ways of doing business with customers are a reality for many organizations, meaning the old metrics used to measure productivity may be irrelevant, for instance.