By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer So, what is the future of working? Particularly, how much “work” can be conducted virtually versus in the office? And how much work should be conducted virtually? (That is a different question.) Executives and managers everywhere are trying to plan for how best to balance virtual and in-office work. From my perspective, there are lots of economic functions that can be conducted virtually. But I think that much of work needs an in-person component—both for the wellbeing of people on our teams and for the development of our organizations. U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy points out that face-to-face meetings and…
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