Deloitte (New York, U.S.)
Wednesday, 11 November @ 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST| $15
Getting Ahead of the Curve – How to Operationalize Dynamic Working Practices
Prior to COVID-19, some organizations were shifting to more mobile and dynamic work workplace models to suit changing organizational needs and evolving workstyles. Now, that companies are seeing how much can be accomplished in a remote or partially remote setting without significant dips in productivity – more organizations are beginning to formally plan and adopt flexible working programs for the long-term.
While organizations have made do with recent uncertain circumstances, critical components have emerged from these times that indicate the potential long-term success of adopting flexible work programs. From planning, to roll out, through to operations – and with many stakeholders involved – it’s essential that cross-functional integration and support (making a web comprised of interdependent decisions) are what’s needed to bring these programs to life.
Like other organizations, Deloitte temporarily closed its doors in response to the virus. Yet, Deloitte’s own, well-established flexible work program enabled quick responses to changes around COVID-19. Even now, with information around safety and best practices regularly changing – the organization is iterating ways to update the workplace and entry processes to keep people safe.
This summer, Deloitte began piloting re-entry procedures with a sample of workspaces and integrated daily health declarations into their workplace application.
Join us on Wednesday 11 November for an exclusive discussion around key considerations, lessons learned, and leading practices in developing the vision for and operationalization of a successful flexible work program as well as a brief discussion on how Deloitte is approaching their COVID re-entry strategy.