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The coronavirus has forced many organizations to suddenly adopt remote work practices, and the ability to get work done collectively hinges on making virtual teams function effectively. While technology supports this endeavor, there are a host of deliberate decisions managers must take to make the most out of virtual interactions, from creating new work routines, connecting with colleagues and building a shared identity.
In this session, Prof. Sebastian Reiche will take a deep dive into the key ingredients that make virtual teams work effectively.
Unlike other economic crises, the current situation has paralyzed revenues for some companies practically overnight. Suddenly faced with at least 2 months of shuttering, many are scrambling to mitigate the damage.
Join Prof. Albert Fernández to look at frameworks to better understand the problem and take concrete actions that will keep your company afloat during these punishing times.
The swift and extraordinary changes in the way businesses are operating right now is putting them on the fast track to digitalization in ways we didn't expect. Where should their priorities lie in selecting the right tools and approaches,and how can businesses strengthen their agility and adaptability when adoptingnew technology at such a fast pace?
Join Prof. Sandra Sieber to hear some of the latest stories in digitalization during the coronavirus outbreak, including IESE Business School's transformation to 100% online teaching in a matter of days.