Adapting to the new normality now appears to be one of the main challenges for many companies' headquarters that are at half speed with some employees at the office but a large part of the workforce doing remote work. Overnight, the virtual has taken over areas that were thought to be exclusively for -or better understood from- physical presence.
Before the coronavirus made its visit to the planet, remote working was limited. In fact, some companies were reluctant to massively incorporate this practice. However, it will be one of the examples of the “lasting impact” that the pandemic will have on companies. They have discovered it out of necessity and in the process have experienced its advantages first-hand.
Creating attractive environments and more efficient processes is the best way to improve our productivity. For this reason, the key is to focus on the results and manage, communicate and set objectives based on their achievement. Definitely the architecture of a stable business requires a motivated and prepared team to face the challenges that will arise in the future.