Our experiences and responses to the pandemic have necessitated us thinking and behaving in significantly different ways. We have capitalised on the opportunity to work far more flexibly, improved our collective productivity and reduced the time that we spend on commuting.
We have seen first-hand that work is something that we do, rather than a place where we go. In this regard, the emphasis has clearly shifted from a physical place of work to focusing on the person or the teams delivering pre-determined and tangible outcomes.
Adapting our performance management techniques to accommodate revised working practices will be paramount in achieving sustainable remote working methodologies.