Remote Work: Expert Advice on How to Build a Culture Supporting Work From Home
As organizations face a widespread shift to remote work amid a global health crisis, workplace culture must also shift to support successful work from home. Employees must be armed with the right tools to not only communicate effectively but also collaborate on projects regardless of where they are. To help IT departments support workers through this transition, experts from CDW provide insights on how to empower teams to work together from their individual homes. The key takeaways are:
- Employees need to be able to both communicate and collaborate.
- Investing in quality solutions can be critical in maintaining strong, productive connections.
- Management should be prepared to give employees direction and support as they adopt new tools.
To learn more about how your organization can enable productive remote work, visit CDW.com/WFH.
Nathan Coutinho, Director of Collaboration Solutions, CDW
Mike Elrod, Principal Field Solution Architect, CDW
Mike Murphy, Solution Architect Team Lead, Collaboration, CDW
Craig Radloff, Enterprise Collaboration Consultant, CDW
Keara Dowd, Editor, BizTech
- Tools need to allow workers to communicate clearly and work together on projects.
- Quality matters when it comes to the ability to collaborate effectively.
- Company leadership needs to give clear direction to employees as they navigate new tools.