There has been an upsurge in interest in smarter ways of working – in particular remote working – during the pandemic.
But for many organisations, the response has been reactive and tactical. Now there is a strong need to adopt Smart Working in more strategic and holistic ways.
It’s particularly important that modernisation creates ‘good work’ and great places to work, wherever people are working.
Implementing Smart Working requires coordinated action across disciplines – People, Property & Technology – which can be challenging.
The Network provides a way for those leading change to share experience and best practice, and prevent organisations from reinventing the wheel.