Date Added: Oct 2011
In the current challenging climate, many companies and public sector organisations are looking closely at their work strategies and taking steps to not only survive the present crisis but also plan for the long term. At the heart of these plans are new technologies that enable workers to become more flexible and work smarter, increasing productivity while keeping costs down.
This new handbook explores practices that allow organisations to overcome their technological limitations and traditional office-culture challenges -- freeing employees to do more with less from wherever they want to.
Read the smart working handbook to learn:
- How to reduce costs and improve business performance
- Ways to create office environments that facilitate collaboration and innovation
- The business case for implementing flexible and remote working
- Which technologies enable smart working