The Science of Working from Home



Add to Calendar 10:00 AM 4/6/202011:00 AM America/Chicago The Science of Working from Home

The scientific view on how productivity, collaboration, and creativity will be impacted.

As more and more organizations are rolling out work from home policies in response to COVID-19, it’s become imperative to understand how these changes will impact your organization. A natural experiment is underway on a global scale and that can lead to a lot of uncertainty.

Learn from leading behavioral scientist and CEO of the world’s first applied behavioral economics firm, about the impact that work from home policies will have on productivity, creativity, collaboration, culture, trust, and other factors. We’ll provide concrete recommendations geared towards CEO's, HR, and team managers answering questions such as:

  • Are the fears around losing productivity and creativity misguided?
  • Might we see unexpected advantages by having people work remotely?
  • What solutions might hold special promise in mitigating some of the negative impacts (e.g., by brainstorming online rather than in person)?

Who Should be in Attendance

  • Business leaders, CEO’s, heads of HR, and other people managers looking to understand the impact of WFH policies and how to reshape them into the future
  • People interested in learning more about their own productivity, creativity, and motivation, and what they can do to adapt to the new changes
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/remote-possibilities-the-science-of-working-from-home-tickets-99847137476

Date and Time
Mon, April 6, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location

Online Event

Website

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/remote-possibilities-the-science-of-working-from-home-tickets-99847137476

Description

The scientific view on how productivity, collaboration, and creativity will be impacted.

As more and more organizations are rolling out work from home policies in response to COVID-19, it’s become imperative to understand how these changes will impact your organization. A natural experiment is underway on a global scale and that can lead to a lot of uncertainty.

Learn from leading behavioral scientist and CEO of the world’s first applied behavioral economics firm, about the impact that work from home policies will have on productivity, creativity, collaboration, culture, trust, and other factors. We’ll provide concrete recommendations geared towards CEO's, HR, and team managers answering questions such as:

  • Are the fears around losing productivity and creativity misguided?
  • Might we see unexpected advantages by having people work remotely?
  • What solutions might hold special promise in mitigating some of the negative impacts (e.g., by brainstorming online rather than in person)?

Who Should be in Attendance

  • Business leaders, CEO’s, heads of HR, and other people managers looking to understand the impact of WFH policies and how to reshape them into the future
  • People interested in learning more about their own productivity, creativity, and motivation, and what they can do to adapt to the new changes

  • Event Type
    Webinar
  • Intended Audiences
    Professional Employer Mature Worker Entrepreneur
  • Series
    COVID-19

The Science of Working from Home
Online: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/remote-possibilities-the-science-of-working-from-home-tickets-99847137476

Mon, April 6, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Add to Calendar 10:00 AM 4/6/202011:00 AM America/Chicago The Science of Working from Home

The scientific view on how productivity, collaboration, and creativity will be impacted.

As more and more organizations are rolling out work from home policies in response to COVID-19, it’s become imperative to understand how these changes will impact your organization. A natural experiment is underway on a global scale and that can lead to a lot of uncertainty.

Learn from leading behavioral scientist and CEO of the world’s first applied behavioral economics firm, about the impact that work from home policies will have on productivity, creativity, collaboration, culture, trust, and other factors. We’ll provide concrete recommendations geared towards CEO's, HR, and team managers answering questions such as:

  • Are the fears around losing productivity and creativity misguided?
  • Might we see unexpected advantages by having people work remotely?
  • What solutions might hold special promise in mitigating some of the negative impacts (e.g., by brainstorming online rather than in person)?

Who Should be in Attendance

  • Business leaders, CEO’s, heads of HR, and other people managers looking to understand the impact of WFH policies and how to reshape them into the future
  • People interested in learning more about their own productivity, creativity, and motivation, and what they can do to adapt to the new changes
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/remote-possibilities-the-science-of-working-from-home-tickets-99847137476