Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Next Wave of Globalization? Remote Workforce

As the article penned by Jackie Bischof, Deputy membership editor for Quartz says, "globalization—the ideal of an interconnected world—is predicated on the idea that we are stronger working together than split apart."  But, she goes on to say, "it has proven politically divisive, in large part because its costs and benefits have not been shared equally." 

If the expansion of remote work makes it easier and more common to work with colleagues across borders, could it also make globalization more popular? 

For their field guide on virtual, borderless teams, Quartz asked experts what kind of impact the dramatic shift in working from home precipitated by Covid-19 might have on global collaboration.

Here's what they said – requires a free trial registration or subscription.

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