Sidestepping the great resignation – how to help your teams flourish and focus
Free virtual roundtable december 7 · 9–10 AM CET
New ways to work – how to be flexible, strategic, and productive
Join this discussion group for senior IT leaders to share ideas on how to springboard off the success of flexible work and help teams focus and flourish by equipping them with meaningful job engagement and opportunities to accelerate.
2020 fundamentally disrupted the modern workplace in a way no technological innovation ever has. For many, the abrupt shift to remote work triggered an increase in the adoption of collaboration tools, and an acceleration of digital transformations. According to Gartner, 69% of corporate boards fast-tracked digital business initiatives. Since then, organisations of every size, and across all industries are losing productive hours. 61% of their time is spent on ‘work about work’ sitting in meetings, status checks, and searching for information.
The shift to remote work has seen opportunities in flexibility and better work-life balance. As teams and organisations search for balance, join this roundtable to discuss how these challenges can be resolved through meaningful changes to how we work.
61% of time is spent on ‘work about work’ sitting in meetings, status checks, and searching for information
At the roundtable you will meet Asana’s EMEA Head of Customer Success, Shammy Khan
The roundtable is free of charge, digital and invite-only – for CIOs, IT Directors, Head of IT and similar role with emphasis on collaboration. If you would like to attend, please fill out the form below and we will get in touch shortly! Attendance is limited – apply today.
This roundtable is sponsored by Asana and is conducted together with CIO Sweden/IDG.
Johan is Enterprise Business Development Executive for the Nordics & Baltics at AMD, responsible for customer relationships in all commercial markets (Client, Datacenter, Cloud). He has worked at AMD for one year and been in the industry for 15 years.
Marcus Jerräng är chefrektör för IDG i Sverige. Hans fokus ligger på hur tekniken påverkar och förändrar företag och samhälle, och hur den kan användas föra att skapa nya möjligheter och lösningar.