(where INOVIS is a Sponsor)
Tuesday, 26 April | 11:30a
Increasingly, and not just due to the pandemic, organizations are becoming more remote and/or global in nature, physically having employees dispersed over key geographic regions.
With numerous cloud and virtual platforms being adopted by companies to maintain connectivity, it has often come along with difficulties in remote and siloed working and thinking within teams. Despite the ever-growing proliferation of digital technologies that aid collaborative working aimed at addressing this, there is generally a consensus that running a workshop-like activity in a digital environment is not simply copy-pasting an agenda and framework.
This session will lay out a number of practical and interpersonal elements that need to be adapted for transitioning to a hybrid workshop environment, whereby organizational aims and objectives are met and that your participants leave the activity with a feeling of positive contribution.
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