Jeanne Meister: Insights on the Effects of COVID-19 on Working from Home

April 28th, 2020 |
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Ten years ago Jeanne Meister co-authored a book entitled, “The 2020 Workplace“. In it, she didn’t anticipate a pandemic causing us to work from home. But the foundational ideas of remote working still apply and have been brought to the top of our consciousness by many of us being forced to work from home due to worldwide shelter-in-place directives. In this interview Jeanne—the founder of Future Workplace—talks about the principles of remote working and how the coronavirus has accelerated the need for the technologies, policies and people to find their places in a world in which communication and collaboration seemingly has instantly expanded into new territory.

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