New Metrics for Remote/Hybrid Work
Technology • 20-Apr-2021
* Philip Arkcoll - Founder, Worklytics
As organisations move toward more hybrid and fully remote ways of working they need to rethink the core data and metrics they are using to support key people decisions. The old tools and data such as survey results are no longer sufficient to provide the level of insight required to support a successful remote or distributed organisation. We will present a variety of case studies of new metrics generated from collaboration data which organisations are now using to support their workforces as they move to these new ways of working.
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