November 1, 2021
Technology Can Deliver Remote and In-Person Workers Equal Experiences
Imagine logging on to your computer for some heads-down work and seeing a real-time floor plan of the office that tracks where your teams will be for that day by leveraging data collection from reservation systems and employee profiles. You can stay in touch with your team while they are in the office, seeing where they check in for spontaneous collaboration, even as you make progress on your own work. More advanced technologies, like a digital representative, would allow for “showing face” when you are at home or on the go, with the ability to poke coworkers for a chat, talk to your boss, and collaborate seamlessly across cities and countries.
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