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This is the first of three blogposts written by Chris McLaughlin, CMO at LumApps, on the evolution of modern intranet offerings, why it’s past time that we drop…
Video has already transformed the way we consume information, communicate, and get work done. Employers can leverage this ubiquitous medium for traditional…
This is the first article in a series: Future of Work Trends.
Do you remember how you used to work before Covid-19? The way companies approach business now compared to a year and a half ago has changed drastically. The traditional thinking of the workplace is a distant memory, the lines of work and home are blurred.
After months of stay-at-home orders and the shuttering of non-essential businesses internationally, many states are beginning to lift restrictions. While this is good news, it is important to proceed with care and caution so as to not risk a second wave of infections.
Facilitating any significant change within an organization can be challenging. In larger companies particularly, it can be even more complicated because there are many different teams that will be affected by any new operating procedures. That’s why all potential consequences must be addressed and worked through for the change to be successful.