Smart leaders seize the opportunity to rethink the workplace

A study recently caught my eye that dramatizes the extent to which the changing workplace is reshaping company cultures—for better and for worse. It indicates that fast-growing organizations are embracing the new organizational structures wrought by COVID-19 and will be better equipped to weather both this storm and others that arrive in the future.

The global survey of 7,600 professionals conducted by VMware found that the use of digital collaboration tools has given rise to “tribes,” or groups of employees who regularly connect and interact based on shared interests. Most tribes are defined by work function, but nearly half of respondents said shared interests and frequency of collaboration are also defining factors, far more than geographical proximity.

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Source:: Computerworld