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Framing The Business And IT Impact Of Mobile And Remote Work

Business Leaders Must Focus On People, Technologies, And Facilities Management

January 27, 2012

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Authors

  • By TJ Keitt
  • with Matthew Brown,
  • Heather Martyn

Why Read This Report

With two-thirds of the North American and European workforce reporting that they work outside a corporate office at least occasionally during a month, it's imperative that business leaders initiate programs that keep workers productive and connected while remote. Content and collaboration (C&C) professionals have an important role to play here as a provider of the technology and creator of the strategies that keep managers and employees connected. However, C&C professionals can only be successful if they work in conjunction with leaders across the business to ensure that their work aligns with the mobile and remote work strategies of the broader organization. This report is designed to provide C&C professionals a framework for creating mobile and remote working programs and examples of how other businesses are applying these lessons to their unique business challenges.

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Table of Contents

  • While Workers Need Mobility, They Don't Feel Their Companies Enable It For Them
  • The Foundation Of Mobile Programs: People, Tech, And Facilities Management
  • Two Companies Show How This Framework Drives Business Results
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