The Distributed Digital Workplace – The rise of new organizational models

Wednesday | 20th January


Abhijit Bhaduri

Abhijit Bhaduri

Founder & CEO, Abhijit Bhaduri & Associates

Sayali Karanjkar

Sayali Karanjkar

Fintech Entrepreneur. Angel Investor and Advisor

Neha pant

Neha Pant

Associate Director - Knowledge and Advisory at SHRM India

Here are some Key Takeaways from the session:

  • Organizations will work on building greater resilience
  • Flexibility would be key but how to manage teams and build collaboration would take the route of some new policies and practices getting implemented across the organization
  • Despite the vaccine rollout, we won’t revert to old ways of working
  • Companies in the services sector have begun evaluating the option of salary reduction for employees who opt to move to smaller towns from metros and tier – 1 cities
  • When work changes, workers will change, and the workforce change
  • A lot of tech tools will help enhance the productivity of employees – we will see greater adoption of suitable tech tools
  • Performance Management would be revamped and technology tools will support goal setting and recording performance conversations
  • Future of work has become its own stream of work – which is offering digital tools which support the hybrid workplace
  • Mental health will continue to be an area of focus – Acknowledging loss – of familiar structures, people, processes, handling grief – the role of the manager will become very critical and hence building manager capability to address employee concerns, offer first aid for the emotional distress the team members go through would be key