5 Things We Didn’t Learn from the Pandemic – But Should Have
How much change did the pandemic really bring – and have we perhaps missed any opportunities? “We had this extraordinary inflection point where we could have fundamentally reinvented the way we work. And the reality is we did not”, Keith Ferrazzi observes at the outset of his riveting DLD Munich talk.
“We did a little bit of things different. But now we're rebounding right back to old work ways that fundamentally have not been working for decades… This magical moment that we had for a period of time dissipated.”
Ferrazzi, Chairman of the Greenlight Research Institute, also explains why meetings often are no longer productive, what benefits asynchronous collaboration brings and how companies can make the most of hybrid work.
Greenlight Research Institute
Keith Ferrazzi is Chairman of the Greenlight Research Institute, which focuses on “cracking the code of human behavior” that drives organizational outcomes. His book Competing in the New World of Work, a Wall Street Journal bestseller, leveraged interviews with over 2,000 C-suite executives to uncover workplace innovations.