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The future of the office

by Dr Penny Pullan
Indian Management November 2020

Even once the threat of COVID has passed, it seems unlikely that offices will return to the pre-pandemic stage. Since, we now know that virtual working works on a large scale, instead of trying to return to the old normal, it makes sense for smart managers to tap into the mix of hybrid working situations to come up with the best for the organisation and the individuals who work in it.

Dr Penny Pullan is Director, MakingProjects Work.co.uk. She is also author, Virtual Leadership: Practical Strategies for Getting the Best Out of Virtual Work and Virtual Teams.

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