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Participate in Study: Gaps in remote working support systems caused by physical distancing
The economic damage caused by the pandemic has crippled many organizations. Organizations must adapt fast to the new realities of physical distancing for an "uncertain" duration until the pandemic runs its course. During this period, companies will need to be prepared for future localized disruptions caused by the virus. By participating in the study, you will gain insights that will help you understand how to optimally deploy resources to solve the most pressing problems that are preventing the resumption of normal operations by individual contributors, middle managers, and senior leadership.
PARTICIPATE IN 3 EASY STEPS:
Promote the study to your employees. We provide you easy to use templates. Initial survey can be completed in 5 minutes or less by each employee. Second, more detail survey may require 20 minutes by each opt-in participant.
Monitor progress of your organization until all participation goals are completed.
ABOUT THE STUDY
Problem: The forced implementation of remote work caused by the pandemic has created a complex set of challenges for individual contributors, middle managers, and senior leaders resulting in lost productivity and missed deadlines. Little understanding exists about the gaps in support systems, policy and procedures, and technology infrastructure that can restore normal operations in a remote environment.
Solution: Perform a deep survey of individual contributors, middle manager, and senior leaders to understand the gaps in support systems, policy and procedures, and technology infrastructure that are preventing employees from successfully performing their job function remotely.
This study intends to document gaps that prevent individual contributors, middle managers, and senior leaders from:
Performing their professional job function
Meeting their individual responsibilities to their families
Finding time and space for self-care
The study will also examine, social and emotional needs of employees, deficiencies of existing organizational processes and workflows, and technological Solutions.
The study will provide decision makers insights to optimally address the most pressing gaps for individual contributors, middle manager, and senior leaders that will restore a productive work remote work environment to the same levels before the pandemic.