“Migrating to hybrid work is often cast as a question of in-person versus remote options, with time and space being the core elements of concern. The mindset shift that hybrid work requires, and the changes we make because of it, will serve us well as the digital revolution further changes the nature of work through data and technology.”

Tsedal Neeley

Tsedal Neeley

Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School

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Virtual and Global Work

Virtual and Global Work

Leadership

Leadership

Cultural Change

Cultural Change

Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation

“Remote work is increasingly here to stay. The future is in remote work.”

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Professor at @HarvardHBS. Book THE DIGITAL MINDSET (avail now). PhD from @Stanford Management Science & Engineering. Thinkers50. Top LinkedIn Voice Remote Work

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The companies that are not changing fast enough will struggle. The cost of not having a #DigitalMindset is forfeiti… https://t.co/0nwV1Gk1yN

June 28

The 3 C’s in developing a digital mindset are: #collaboration, #computation, and change. Watch this video to learn… https://t.co/wBOgrw2itO

June 23

Unless you’re a nineteenth-century factory boss sitting in a glass office above workers assembling widgets, having… https://t.co/Lng7CbC4eK

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The question I hear all the time is: "WHY AM I HERE?" The office space is incredibly important for an effective hyb… https://t.co/v76i135R1i

June 17

@work_matters @emollick I don’t know of a single one…and we track happenings related to remote or hybrid work closely.

June 16

A hallmark of #remote & #HybridWork, autonomy allows for a degree of control over one’s working conditions and proc… https://t.co/yRYOnuGNuv