This article by Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, and Dena McCallum and Sara Ghazi-Tabatabai of Eden McCallum takes a data-driven look at some of the challenges from the recent “WFH experiment”.
The article is available here on Forbes.com.
The articles tells us:
In partnership with Realistic Life Management we’ll be sharing a quickfire tip every day for the next 24. Some specifically to do with working from home. Some more generally in terms of practical ideas and lifehacks that might be useful.
Do share with friends if useful or feedback with your builds on these ideas.
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Continuing on a theme. What’s another silver lining of avoiding all those pre-Christmas parties? …
This shows my view the other morning as I talked to a supplier in India about changes to services in 2021.
Just before that I’d climbed up the hill while confirming the plans for an upcoming virtual-away-day with some colleagues.
Both these conversations achieved what I needed, and the specific outcomes were as good as what I would have got sitting in front of my screen at home.
However I was a mile or so away getting the added benefit of exercise, fresh air and the exhilaration of discovering this inspirational view.
Recently Paolo shared a medium-length article detailing his work from home set up.
This triggered a broad range of comments on LinkedIn including many useful additional ideas.
It would be great if you have a read to see what is new and helpful to you. Even better if you can add some additional thoughts or hints & tips. Always good to know what is working for others, or the frustrations you are not managing to overcome, whether with technology or your daily routine.
The article is available in LinkedIn here.
Most ‘office workers’ are currently working from home in a way that’s never been done before. Even as things chance in 2021 it will be a more multi-modal working world with more regular ‘work from home’ being the new normal for many of us.
The “WFH Survival Handbook” offers practical advice we’re learning for actually doing it.
We will share articles, links and product ideas based on what real people are currently doing to ensure they look after their physical and mental wellbeing while remaining productive in the job.
Medium publication: https://medium.com/wfh-survival-handbook