What’s important to note is our success at navigating the future of work will depend on how policy vs. mindset focused we are. Policy-focused organizations will address the future in this way: “How many workers can be remote? Which days must you be in the office? How will compensation be different depending on your location?"
But the future of work requires a shift in mindset: “If you want to radically change when and where work happens in your organization while still achieving results, you also have to change the very definition of “work” itself, moving it away from surveillance and visible busyness, and toward defined outcomes and trust.”
Read the full New Yorker article.