Before long, remote work won’t exist. It will simply be “work.”
“Virtual-first work,” as remote work expert Laurel Ferrar calls it, will become so normalized that it won’t even require discussion.
She explains how virtual-first work arrangements will evolve in the future, new tools that will improve this work style, where organizations struggle with these arrangements, and best practices for making them work.
In this episode:
1:15: Laurel’s favorite ride at Disneyland
2:23: Remote work 17 years ago
3:26: New tools for remote work
5:42: Improving staff’s well-being
7:37: Problems that arise in remote work arrangements
9:05: The importance of documentation
10:16: How to gauge the success of virtual-first work
11:47: The biggest questions about virtual-first work
13:33: How to foster community among virtual-first employees
15:33: Habits that keep Laurel on track
17:39: How remote work will evolve in the future