COVID-19 has fundamentally altered how we work and even how we understand the jobs that we do.
A lot has been discussed in terms of emergency responses and crisis management, but it is now clear that in many respects the old days are gone for good, and it is time to make decisions for the long term.
As we move forward, Members are looking to find the balance between what worked before, what has been learnt during the crisis, and what will need to happen to succeed in the future. An open discussion of the COVID crisis and its long-term impact on ‘the future of work’, as well as the approaches and thinking of EBU peers took place on Thursday 29 October.
Issues that were discussed:
Featured Organizations and Speakers:
CBC (Canada): Findings and Implications for the Future of Work
SVT (Sweden): How 150 people almost immediately started to work from home, stayed focused and kept the happiness of work(ing together?)
ABC (Australia): Recap of ABC's experience over the last 9 months, where are we now and plans for the upcoming 6-12 months, and how do we keep track and deliver long-term strategy
The DTI Community Roundtables are a new series of online gatherings in which EBU Members meet and discuss topical issues linked to digital transformation. Each session includes short presentations from two or three invited speakers and an open discussion between all participants.
Agenda can be found here.