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Designing Remote Collaboration Podcast

Michael Creamer • 9/29/2020

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The way in which we work effectively has never been more important. While employees are reporting increased levels of productivity working remotely, a lack of face-to-face interactions mean there are limitations to collaboration and many challenges remain. 

Now that the "genie is out of the bottle", how should organizations think about designing remote collaboration to have an effective distributed workforce?

For this conversation, Michael Creamer is joined by Phanish Puranam, Roland Berger Professor of Strategy & Organization Design, and Marco Minervini, Postdoctoral Fellow, Organizations and Algorithms, both at INSEAD Business School. 

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