Yesterday, I attended an Association of Colleges West Midlands Clerks’ Network meeting for the first time at Telford College. The day started of well, with me getting to snap this beautiful example of English countryside scenery:
Have you ever thought about remote working, flexible working or working from home?
After our previous two articles – Exploring mobile working and its benefits and Mobile working – Barriers to adoption – it is time to understand how an organisation can strategise the implementation of mobile working.
In our previous article, Exploring mobile working and its benefits, we detailed the concept of mobile working and how it clearly has become interesting and how the potential benefits are too many and too good to be ignored. However, has mobile working gained as much popularity as it should have? Have individuals and organisations started adopting mobile working to the extent we would have wished? Probably not – let us explore some reasons why.
The tremendous developments of science and technology in recent times have caused paradigm shifts not only in the ways organisations operate, but also every aspect of the workplace and the workforce.