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Designing Remote Collaboration

April 14, 2020
6:00 am - 6:45 am

The world is facing unprecedented challenges due to the escalating global uncertainty brought about by COVID-19. It is a highly complex, uncertain and fast-moving situation and increasingly dramatic measures are being adopted by countries around the world to try to minimize the crisis.

INSEAD is launching a new webinar series: “Navigating the Turbulence of COVID-19” to provide our community with deeper understanding of the key issues surrounding pandemic control and current countermeasures being taken around the world.

The webinars will be broadcast twice a week and will feature up-to-date analysis and insight from our faculty on the human cost of this pandemic, the growing global impact on the economy and the business implications of COVID-19. The webinars are free of charge for our alumni, students, faculty and staff.

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This webinar features Phanish Puranam, INSEAD Professor of Strategy, on “Designing Remote Collaboration”.

Working remotely has gone from being a perk or fad to an absolute necessity in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic. What can we do to design remote work in a manner that makes it both effective and efficient, but also caters to our innate human need to connect? I discuss results from my research on remote collaboration in offshoring, open-source software development, and recent adjustments employees around the world have made to remote working since January 2020.

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