|At the beginning of the year, most firms operated with some degree of remote working. Then came COVID-19 and everything changed. Firms around the globe rushed to embrace the new normal. The running joke is, “it wasn’t your CIO that delivered your digital transformation, it was COVID-19!” However, without the foundations that your IT teams had already put in place, organisations would not have been able to respond as well as they did.
It’s fair to say that in March 2020, remote working implementation took off. We’ve now passed the initial point of it simply being about maintaining the business-as-usual whilst keeping teams productive and everyone safe. Interestingly, along with the adoption of remote working, we’ve also seen a rapid increase in the acceptance of it – long gone is the stigma of working from home.
As we approach the end of the year, a question that I am starting to hear more and more from businesses is – now what?
|I thought I would share my thoughts on the issue. The good, the bad and the still unknown:
|Something I learnt early in my career is that the needs, priorities and challenges that you face, are likely reflective of those faced by your clients. It is therefore paramount to stay one step ahead of those needs. One approach that will help you to achieve this is to form meaningful relationships with trusted advisers and thought partners – Together, creating robust and effective business ecosystems that work for your organisation.
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By William O’Brien: Business Development Director