“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

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Cultural Change

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Digital Transformation

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

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